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Empyre Wednesday, January 5th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
Stock Kingman E-frame Trigger (Modded)
ACP Slasher
Marker Setup: Spyder Imagine 2004 Blue/Grey
Empire Reloader II Black
Smart Parts 20oz. CO2 with On/Off
50g Micro switch
ACP Thrasher Trigger
JT Nforcer Thermal Mask
Dye Ultralite 14"
Stock Bolt with Removed Venturi
High Flowing V/A
Dragunfly Regulator
GT Medium Z Drop Forward
32 Degrees Spring Kit
Strengths: -No Side-Side Slack
-3-Way Adjustable
-Very Light
-Ergonomic Fit
Weaknesses: -You Have to Sand it to Fit Your Marker
-The Adjustment Screws Need Loctite
Review: This trigger is truly the best trigger available for ESP frames on the market.

You can adjust the tilt so that it can sit right in front of the switch, adjust the front-slack so that the switch is closer to being depressed, and you can adjust the back-slack and get rid of all the excess pull (great for high ROFs). This can all be done to achieve a 0.5 millimeter trigger pull, or even less.

The fact that it comes too large to fit into the markers frame is how they eliminate the problem of side to side slack, so all you have to do is easily grind down the sides at the top of the trigger until you have a nice smooth and snug fit.

I also noticed this trigger is very light, and that is most definitely not a bad thing. To get an idea of how light it is, it can't even depress my 50g switch when I turn it facing up and jerk it up and down.

Finally, on the downside, I noticed that if you adjust your trigger then even just dry fire a few rounds, the trigger screws will move and they even made it so that I could not fire my marker. This is very easily solved by adding a very small dab of Loctite to each and every adjustment screw on the trigger.

This product has also been improved from the much similar ACP Slasher trigger, this product has been redesigned to have the best ergonomic position ever for walking the trigger.
Conclusion: Overall this product is the most professional, light, adjustable, and quality trigger for ESP frames on the market today. Whatever your level of playm if you want to achieve those higher ROFs then this is the trigger for you.

If you are thinking of getting an aftermarket trigger for your E-Spyder or Clone then definitely get the ACP Thrasher Trigger. Even if you think you want the ACP Slasher, get the Thrasher, it is like it is a newer version of the Slasher but has an overhauled ergonomic design.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:39 pm PST

Review Comments
spydder22 Saturday, December 17th, 2005 | 2:09 pm PST
Would this trigger work for a Spyder tl-r?

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