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rain on you Thursday, October 28th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Original E-blade
Marker Setup: 03 NightKast, Derlon Bolt, Evil Pipe, E-blade
Strengths: fast
doesnt waste as much battery
Actual bladed trigger
Weaknesses: Still does waste battery but no where neer as much.
Review: This Trigger has what it takes to be considered an e-blade. Its speed and reliability have doubled since the previous model which did need improvement. The new trigger frame is much better giving the gun a better feel. The LCD is a huge improvement over the old digital screen which was really annoying and confusing at times. The trigger itself is now an actual blade trigger rather than that weird bat-like trigger on the original.
The battery power on the E2 is much longer which is good because I don't like buying batteries all the time (sorry Duracell). Another thing I like about the new system is its pneumatics ( correct me if im wrong). The new system is enclosed making it a B**** to fix but hopefully you wont have too since it cant get shot-up. All in All I am very impressed by the new E2 and look forward to Christmas when I can finally get it. Until then its San Andreas weekend PB and Halo 2.
Conclusion: I recomend this to only the most serious Paintballers who are used to E-blades. I also recomend this to people who like speed ball air ball hyper ball etc.. If you just like to play wood ball with a cocker stick to the original or a mech. trigger. A well deserved 10
10 out of 10

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