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deathbybowtie Monday, October 11th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Stock Worrblade trigger
Marker Setup: 2004 Nightkast Autococker
Empire Quik Flip
Planet Eclipse Samurai trigger
WGP Worrblade bolt, black delrin
WGP Panel grips
WGP STO Kaner barrel kit
Viewloader eVLution 2 smoke/black shell
68/3000 Pure Energy tank
Strengths: Oh-so-light
Less bounce
Adds room
Weaknesses: Puts my old trigger to shame
Review: I've been looking for one of these things for about a month. I finally got my hands on one, and all I've got to say is wow. What a fantastic upgrade. First off, the trigger is super-light. It's about half the weight of the Worrblade double-finger trigger. Lighter trigger means faster pull, and this certainly is true. I got about 2-3 BPS more with the Samurai trigger than with my Worrblade trigger. The trigger is also super-slim. After looking at my Worrblade for so long with the old setup, the new trigger gets lost in the trigger guard. There's a lot more room for your fingers because of the lower profile of the trigger. This trigger also bounces less than my old trigger. I had about a 1.5mm travel with the magnetic tension about the lowest it could go, and I was getting a very little amount of bounce. And to top it all off, this trigger looks good in my trigger guard.
Conclusion: An excellent upgrade for Eblade users everywhere who prefer the blade-style trigger.
10 out of 10

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