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jerseygirl Monday, January 17th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Only my stock trigger frame
Marker Setup: -Icon Z
-32* 9 pc. Spyder Spring kit
-New barrel (not quite sure what it is all I know is it's a 32* barrel and it's normally $40 but I got it for $20 b/c it was on display at my local shop) Just ordered: 14in. Teardrop
-32* Spyder Electronic 4 Function Grip Frame
-Halo TSA Loader LCD *Frontman*
-Just ordered: Large Bullet Drop Forward Black

-20 oz. Co2 tank
Strengths: -Looks nice
-No dip switches
-Very easy to use
Weaknesses: -Trigger is not adjustable
-A bit bulkier than my stock trigger frame
Review: Overall, this is a very nice trigger frame. It is like $20 cheaper than all the other frames and I have had no problems with it. I noticed a huge difference from my stock trigger frame. The bulkiness of it had me worried at first because I have small hands but it was actually more comfortable than my stock. The trigger isn't adjustable but I'm not really gonna complain too much about that because it is way better than my stock trigger. And since it's from 32* the anodizing on it matches my gun and my barrel. The 4 different firing modes on mine are: Semi, Multi, Turbo, and Auto. No reactive like the reviews on this site say. The description on the site that I ordered it from didn't say reactive either. So I don't really get where people got the idea that there is reactive on this trigger frame unless I got a different one. Whatever, it is still really nice and I am 100% satisfied with it.
Conclusion: If you want an electronic trigger frame, this is a great product for a great price. Go out and buy it if you like what you've seen and heard about it. If not, try the ESP frame for $20 more. I am very pleased with this frame and I hope you are, too.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
He Is Legend Wednesday, March 8th, 2006 | 9:31 pm PST
Hmm, "Semi, Multi, Turbo, and Auto" Sounds different, but my guess is that the "turbo" might be the reactive mode, sounds like the site you ordered it from just screwed up the names or something. That, or you have a completely different trigger than the one being reviewed.

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