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miniature-art Thursday, December 23rd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
New Designz Pro-Mag Trigger
Marker Setup: 2004 Impulse Vision
Cricket Board
Smart Parts Vertical Max-Flow Reg.
New Designz Slik-Shot Ram
New Designz Equalizer Delrin Bolt
New Designz Custom Hammer Cap
New Designz RIP Valve
New Designz LPR/ANS
Smart Parts Titanium Pull Pin
Shocktech Long Drop Forward
Custom Products On/Off
Custom Products Roller Mag-Trigger
Evil Pipe Barrel Kit
CCM Low Rise Feedneck
Evolution 2 Hopper (Z-Board)
Centerfire 68/4500 N2 Tank
Mac Dev LPR Gauge
Dye Sticky 3 Grips
Strengths: Very smooth, almost friction free operation.
Weaknesses: No screw to adjust the micro switch sensitivity.
Review: Pros: The trigger attaches to one roller bearing screwed to the left side of the trigger frame. Tolerences is extremely tight, there is no trigger slop at all. It is extremely smooth, no other trigger has this unique frictionless feel.

The best feature of this trigger is the swept forward shape. This allows me to walk much faster using the tips of my finger, and it feels more natural to me. Also, you can place your middle finger behind the trigger, and shoot with just your index finger, like an actual firearm if that's your preference.

In comparsion, the New Designz Pro-Mag has a "swept back" shape that is very close to the grip. This makes it very difficult for me to walk the trigger quickly.

Cons: There is no screw to adjust the micro switch sensitivity. As is, my tiggger pull is about 1.5mm before the micro-switch is activated. Also the set screw, behind the trigger can leave a scratch mark on your trigger frame eventually. I covered it with a small self-adhesive rubber pad.
Conclusion: If you prefer a SMOOTH pull and a swept forward style, purchase the CP Roller Trigger.
Newest version come with magents for a reverse polarity tension.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, December 23rd, 2004 at 3:38 pm PST
 

Review Comments
stevko Saturday, March 5th, 2005 | 10:48 am PST
how does well does this trigger work on your impluse and does it make you shoot alot faster?
   

miniature-art Tuesday, March 15th, 2005 | 8:57 am PST
The CP Roller trigger with a WAS Equalizer board is the fastest combination I have encountered. I recently purchased Adrelenine's AIM frame, and heavily modified the trigger, but the CP is still faster, and smoother without comparsion.

BOBBY
   

Gein Monday, March 21st, 2005 | 8:31 pm PST
I wanted to commend you on your review. You said all of the things I would have said.
   

grego12 Thursday, June 30th, 2005 | 8:16 pm PST
Where can i buy one for the 30 recommended price. I have checked teh cp website and its 35. is there anywhere that has it for 30. thanks
   

Gekisen Sunday, December 25th, 2005 | 1:46 pm PST
Hi, I have one of those custom label imps and it came with a magnetic blade trigger. Even after adjusting it, it still felt a little--sticky. Is the CP roller not like this at all? The new ones are said to come with a magnetic response/return kit. What is this? And is it sticky? I'm just looking for a frictionless trigger pull.
   

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