Silver Bullet Review

We're here at Frontier City. Today's ride we'll be reviewing for you is Silver Bullet, the star attraction of the park. After getting in the trains and pulling down the lap bars, we're off!! We then climb up the lifthill. When we look to our right, we then see the loop and get excited as we get to go upsidedown without OTSRs today. Once we crest the top of the lifthill, we then go through a small turn before falling into the twisted drop. The drop is fun as we are leaning to the right, but we're still gaining quite a bit of speed for a ride of this size. After the drop, we roar straight up into a loop. The loop is pretty powerful and manages to bring a smile to our face. After roaring through that loop, we head around a nice curve up before heading down a small drop. The drop is fun. Wee. We then rise up a little before heading around another curve. There's not much laterals here, but this is still pretty fun. We head down a small dip before rising up again and going through another banked curve. After that, we head up a small bump before dropping down to the ground. It's not a steep drop, but it's also completely banked. Granted, it's a tiny drop. But still. I liked it. We then TAKE THE TUNNEL!!!! Inside, we slam into a banked turn before whipping around and ending up breaking into the daylight and straight into the brake run. And that's the ride. It's a fun coaster. Nothing amazing or special. But screw it! I really like it!! It's a Schwarzkoph Looping Star! What's not to like?


Location: Frontier City

Opened at the State Fair of Texas in 1980
Moved to Jolly Roger Amusement Park in 1984
Moved to Frontier City in 1986

Built by: Schwarzkopf

Last Ridden: July 21, 2013

I have ridden this exact same ride at the following parks.

Nagashima Spaland


Here's my raw footage video of Silver Bullet.

Silver Bullet Photos