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bunnyfufu Tuesday, April 13th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
stock trigger on a matrix
Marker Setup: matrix, evolve, aka scm lpr, aka sdewinder, halob, evil tank,
Strengths: light and has a smooth ergonomic feel
Weaknesses: sticks a little
Review: this is a nice trigger.
nice as in it is light and has a better feel then the ridged stock trigger.
hand in hand on comparision on the two trigger, the CP trigger is ligher, smooth finish and angled differently.

once installed and adjusted, it gives better clearance in the trigger area than the stock.
The ball bearings reduced the friction and makes of easier movement.

adjustment is okay, though, it seems to be easy to strip the hex screws. so adjust with care.

one problem i found was it sticks a little. this is due to the very small tolerance inside the trigger frame. This is from the gloss paint, that adds like a few microns of depth. Once sanded or filed, and greased with lithium white metal grease before the install it's smooth and fluid.

another point that sticks is, when adjust the hex screw for the back movement, within the trigger guard, the screw will notch itself into the frame, into the paint. I smoothed that part of the etched paint behind the trigger and added a little touch of grease and problem solved.
Conclusion: This does not improve rate of fire, but does change the feel of the pull. This is a light trigger and is pretty much dependant on user preferences.

i recommend to those that like the blade-like triggers. The ball bearing helps in reducing friciton which is a big plus
9 out of 10

Review Comments
supra_man101 Thursday, July 8th, 2004 | 9:35 pm PST
r u talkin about the dm4 roller trigger ur the timmie roller trigger ur wut.

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