Originally Posted by bermbuster
For the money the Azodin was a no brainer for me. I bought 2 KAOS guns.
We initially played indoors and the FPS was 240. We had good luck the first few outings. I tried to quiet them w a Hush Bolt (BIG MISTAKE) What happened the bolt has o rings which caused more drag (better sealing). With this the guns started short cycling. Needless to say I was pissed. I didnt figure all this out until later in the year. My son wanted a better gun and I bought him a Proto. Now that he was playing and having fun I had time to tinker w the Kaos. I called Azodin and I got the best help you can imagine. Turns out the stock springs are on the weak side and they lose tension. Me and my son shoot paint. We basically wore out the stock springs. I upgraded to the madmann springs and I never looked back. The Kaos is now my loaner guns for our friends. They are reliable break no paint. They hold velocity.
I got a friend to set up my hush bolt for the azodin blitz and he found none of the packaged o-rings were the right size, so he used some other ones he had until he got the right fit and my hush bolt works perfect. Others have said the hush bolt was worthless for their blitz, and i think this is why. The spring thing was probably involved too, but the hush bolt is only supposed to stick just slightly.