A leak never helps either, especially on such a low pressure gun.
I know a lot of people like to really run the wire when it comes to dwell, which is usually a mistake. Sure you gain a pod but you risk trouble when the weather changes lol. Too much shootdown causes a mess.
Your axe has the nice ramped rubber outer tip, on the bolt, that every gun should have in my opinion. Boggles my mind that so many companies still don't do it on spooler. Beveled and rubber around the edge, not the front like the bob long bolts. That doesn't do squat. It makes a huge difference on the brittle paint in the ball stack. My old alien bolt had a rubber nib on the top of the bolt and I could shoot anything out of that gun too. It just pushes the paint ouf of the way, rather than cracking it.
Not to mention most spooler bolts have way too much roll back due to the open face. You don't want roll back with brittle paint.
Etek 3LT grey/black f/s
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68 4500 AIR tank(no reg) f/s
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