I currently run a Benchmark frame with stock internals and am considering a roller sear to smooth the pull a bit... I found an NDZ roller sear for a decent price, has anyone had any experience with this particular brand? Any other suggestions/input on this or any other brand?
Thanks for your input everyone... I did find a couple Shocktech sears and like mentioned they were a bit pricey. The Belsales are hard to find in stock most places I looked but I can find the NDZ ones. For those that have used these or similar designs do they justify a small price tag and are they reliable?
Last edited by Just Joel : 08-10-2009 at 01:30 AM.
Well, rather than being cheap, I'm a person that likes to do it right the first time. Any links on a reliable source to buy the Belsales or the shocktech? In the mean time, any links or advise on modifying the stock sear for better, smoother performance?
compulsivepaintball is legit, i've used them multiple times and have always recieved great products. i've got the belsales roller sear in my two autocockers and they are smooth like butter. the stock spring they give is a little stiff though, so i used a lighter sear spring.
Compulsive lists the stock as "no" so I assume that don't have any of the belsales... After studying both the picture of the belsales and the ndz, they appear to be very similar in design. What exactly would be the difference I pay for in the belsales? Bearing quality, polish?
Really, not much. The difference between one roller sear and another is rather minute compared to switching from a stock sear to a roller. As long as the thing rolls, it'll probably work great for you.
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