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Six Feet Under Friday, November 19th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
The only similar product I've used is the CP Roller trigger, but it were on a friend's Matrix. Therefore, the only similar product I've used on the Impulse is the stock trigger, which sucks compared to this.
Marker Setup: SP Impulse, Eclipse Blade Trigger, Crossfire 47ci 3000psi tank, Empire Reloader, Extreme Rage 45ci tank cover, fill nipple cover
Strengths: Fast, externally adjustable, easy to walk.
Weaknesses: External adjust is a little hard to fit the allen wrenches into.
Review: First off, I've only used the stock Impulse trigger on a friend's Vision Impulse at my local field, and let me say, it SUCKS compared to the Eclipse one. The Blade, magnetic or non-magnetic, is way faster than the stock trigger. It's also a lot easier to walk, if it's even possible to walk the stock trigger. I tried on several occasions and no matter how long I tried to walk it, I only got about 3-4 times before it'd skip a few shots and then start again. With the Blade, this isn't an issue. It's a lot easier to use.

I got mine installed at the '04 World Cup in Orlando while I was there on the last Saturday the event was in action. I paid $400 for my Impulse, and $30 for the Eclipse trigger. I had one of the shop techs install the trigger for free, and once the locktite dried on the screws and all, I started just pulling the trigger. After that, I hooked it up to air, and it got some attention from the guys in the next booth over (probably because it was REALLY loud). It took him about 10-15 minutes to install the trigger, but he also had a lot of interruption because of all the commotion in and around the trailers.

Once I shot the gun with paint, I thought I was outshooting the board because about every 3rd ball chopped and sprayed all over the place. This turned out to be because I had the pressure turned up way too high from the Max-Flow, and that's what was causing the balls to blow apart before they even got into the barrel. Once this problem was fixed, I could shoot 11 bps easily over the chronograph. This is pretty fast for me, because I'm pretty slow with my fingers (if anyone's got any finger exercising tips or techniques, shoot me a PM with them).

Conclusion: Overall, I think this trigger is a great buy if you've got an Impulse, so if you do, check it out if you're still running with the stock trigger on your Imp.
10 out of 10

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