Plunger style ball detents have become the standard for top-end tournament markers because they provide an unbeatable method of preventing double-feeds, even with the aggressive force-feed loaders needed for high rates of fire. Until now, marker designers have angled detents at 20 degrees to the bolt, because it is easy to drill and tap a 90 degree hole for a screw-in detent system. The problem with this design is that the bolt has to scrape against the rounded face of a plunger or ball bearing to push it out of the way. Thinking ouside the box, the Luxe design team has angled the ball detent plungers of the luxe at 23 degrees to the bolt, so that the ball and bolt push against the detent closer to the direction it actually moves. The result is long detent life, less pressure on fragile paintballs and smoother operation.