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toothpastedog Sunday, October 31st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
cherry adjustuble switches, optical sensors, magnetic sensors, and other various 80g/50g/40g/25g level switches
Marker Setup: 2k1 Dark LCD, Morlock, Wicked Switch, Adrenaline Trigger, Adrenaline Stainless Steal Hammer, Adrenaline Breack Nob, Adrenaline 20 peice Stainless Steal Screw Kit, Soft Face Bolt, .25lb Spring, Stainless Steal Freak Kit, CCM Feed Tube, CP Volumizor, Stickies, A4 Back Plate, ST on/off & Rail.
Strengths: Nicely packaged, light 25g switch, and good piece of hardware.
Weaknesses: Can lead to bounce in some cases.
Review: Ever since i discovered these switches i have been installing them on all my guns. They work marvolously. They are light, and as long as you use a slightly heavier spring, you won't feed the click of the switch at all, and the trigger shouldn't bounce. It is also nice how it is packaged, everything nice and need-no soldering to do-which means fast fool-proof installation.
Conclusion: There isn't too much to say about it; after all, it is a trigger switch. The only think i have to say about it as far as a negative comment goes is that it is kinda expensive. Honestly though, they work outstandly well, and i have never been unhappy with any of the 9 i've used. BTW, i have never used one on a timmy, but they would definitely be a nice switch from their stock 80g one.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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