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Old 01-12-2011, 06:01 PM #22
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There are several Autocockers that use the Lotus style bolt, and it's something that I addressed in my previous post as EVO Length. The only difference between the Lotus and your typical EVO length bolt is the vertical pull pin, which IIRC was still available to several Free Flow Autocockers, in addition to several other companies. Thus, the bolt is not exclusive to one individual Autococker, which is what I was implying.

*To clarify, my previous post was directed more towards kevan's dual detent statement, which is still a very uncommon design amongst Autocockers, in addition to impractical. However, thanks to neophyte's post we can certainly rule out the OP bolt pictured as an Autococker bolt.

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Old 01-12-2011, 06:09 PM #23
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i realized i may came across as harsh so i got back on. i did not mean to call you out more just show that they do make many bolts specifically. i agree that it does not seem advantageous to a company to put out such specific product but they do which may be why we are all in such a delema.
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