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DragonJedi Monday, January 24th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
3 years
Products Used:
FBM Delrin Wave Trigger - available for almost all markers out there. Super lite and smooth. Great for those with limited finger mobility.
Marker Setup: Angel IR3, A4 SoftFace Bolt,Shocktech on/off drop forward,
Evolution II w/ Z-Board
Smart Parts barrel kit
3-A 71cu 4500psi fixed HP output Reg by centerflag
Strengths: Smooth even surface let you put your fingers anywhere you want it
Weaknesses: Take some getting used to and alot of adjusting to get High Rate of Fire.
Review: An awesome trigger that can be setup however you like it. Strong and sturdy with no side to side to play (at least not on mine). And since there is a 50 word minimum I will fill the rest of it with info such as. . . . . . .

One of the things I do not like about IR3 triggers is that they are adjustable only from the inside, and the amount of effort to adjust it is only for those with time on their hands, and working knowledge of IR3 assembly/disassembly, but in the pursuit for lighter and faster trigger pulls, this is a given

I use mine with a magnet as opposed to only the opto spring, and it works great, though there was some milling involved on the IR3 itself.
Conclusion: I highly recommend this trigger as it will be the best investment for all you angel fans with IR3's. It's a strong and responsive well built piece that will last you the life of the marker.
10 out of 10

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