Originally Posted by MstrKey
I think on any gun without an LPR the higher pressure will result in more ball cracks in the stack.
I would say more pressure on the ball.. but not more ball cracks.. I think the difference seen on the ball is often minimal
who was it... I think tom kaye that did the testing that the approximate force seen on a paintball out of any given platform is about 80 psi..
now if you have other techonological developments such as soft face bolts and such the pressure on the ball becomes even more minimized. Now the great thing about the NT bolt is that is actually has a dual stage firing cycle..much like a level 10 automag. where there is very little exposed acting surface area during the first part of the travel and then a higher amount after a certain distance is traveled.. essentially making the bolt have a nice soft start of the firing cycle and then a rapid inscrease in speed.