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AGD Super Bolt and Venom Bolt for Automags

Here are three different Automag bolt that I found in Northern California.

Automag bolt assortment
Automag bolts, left is a venom bolt, center is a delrin tipped super bolt. And Right is a new super bolt (also with delrin tip).

I think the left bolt is a venom bolt and the right two are examples of the AGD super bolt. They have the delrin tips which I’ve heard break apart.  These were supposedly the forerunners to the Lvl 10 anti chip bolt.

automag bolt tips.
Tips on the picture automag bolts.
Left is Venom bolt, center and right are AGD super bolts.

The venom tip has a round foamie, the super bolts look to have a hard nose or a larger foamie than normal?  

automag bolt back views.
Automag back ends. The Super bolts (center and right) have the same hollow centers as the lvl ten bolts.

And here are the backs of the three bolts, left is Venom bolt, center and right are the AGD Super Bolt.

Super bolt packaging lists tip types.
Printed Tip Types on the end of a AGD super bolt packaging

The right super bolt is new, with the packaging. The end of the plastic packaging is shown above.

benefits of the Airgun Designs Super bolt
Benefits of the Super bolt over the stock lvl 7 bolt.

The Super bolt packaging also includes a printed list of features of the super bolt. They include:
•Almost half the wight of the a stock bolt.
•Shoots smoother with less recoil
ªDirect replacement for stock bolt.
•Delrin Sleeve is replaceable.
•Honed bolt spring included.
•Plastic Nubbins included.

The video above rotates around the packaging.

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