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Bonebrake Angel Bolts Are Here To Help
December 23, 2002

Dan Bonebrake Airsmithing has the solution to many common stock Angel difficulties.  The Bonebrake IR3, LCD and LED bolts will each give you a noticeable feet-per-second gain, which results in lower operating pressure and improved gas efficiency.  
Bonebrake Angel bolts are made out of a material called PET, which is a much harder material than common delrin bolt material.  PET will NOT absorb oil or water and will not expand in heat (“swell inside your breech”).  Also, because of its hardness, PET is less likely to bond with dirt particles, which means less breech wear. 
Dan Bonebrake Airsmithing is committed to continuously innovating and providing the finest in performance paintball products.  Bonebrake carries custom markers, modifications, repair parts, accessories and apparel.  For more information on Bonebrake products, call Planet Paintball at (503) 370-8749 or (888) 370-
8749 or visit


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