If you have never placed bolts before, find some out of the way boulder to practice on. It takes more finesse than you might think, especially in soft rock.
I grew up in Rock Springs and climbed on the soft red sandstone around Green River. If you are bolting in the sandstone rock around southwestern Wyoming (Evanston), you are dealing with pretty soft rock - need to follow the soft rock recommendations.
Do a search on "soft rock bolting" and you will find more information.
If you are on soft rock, place glue ins. Coming back 20 years later to replace it sucks. Wave bolts are very good. Honestly, I placed 7 yesterday. Hilti RE 500 is best but if you can work quickly you might like the Redhead A7.
Yeah the cobra bolts was a random question. I will be using glueins wave bolts.
@ arlo u have any info on the climbs in green river?? Not much info on that area and there is some good looking rock and boulders in that area???
Yep the climbs will be in evanston. I cant wait to finsh them and i will post when im done there will be a few so far they are going to be 2 sport climbs 5-6 bolts to anchors and mayb 1 trad climb .. 5.9 and a 5.? Its hard and i cant climb it yet maybe 12