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S/C Splinter Tuesday, February 22nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
-Stock Impulse Trigger (only tested)
-Planet eclipse Blade trigger (1-year)
Marker Setup: Freak Factory Impulse#99
Evo,ultralite,vert MaxFlo,stock cricket w/vision
Custom VSC Mini Phantom
8" carbon fiber barrel
Various feed tubes
12gram / 4oz co2
Strengths: *Unique swept forward shape (Comfy IMHO)
*Better contact to the microswitch
Weaknesses: *I ended up needing a faster hopper
*I use too mutch paint
Review: It's a trigger.
Nothing magical about it, but as far as triggers go this thing is the smoothest I have ever had.
The part that contacts the micro-switch is a nice wide chunk of aluminum. Not like the tiny set screw on my old blade trigger. The pre pull adjustment can tale a while to dial in, since the "return" spring determines the resting position.
I don't use any type of CHEATER board, or ramping chip so my rate of fire has never forced me to upgrade from my revy12x.
Until now.

The first couple of games I played with this trigger I noticed chops left and right. After cleaning and checking everything I still couldn't find the problem. After trying a eVolution w/Yboard the chopping stopped, and has not been a problem since.
I have never been one of those B.P.S. guys, I have no idea how fast I can even shoot. I judge myself on GOOD shooting not my markers speed. Since installing this little $40 trigger my shooting speed and ease have gone through the roof. Nothing else has had such a huge impact on the way my marker shoots and feels. Not to mention the lack of trigger slop helps eliminate misfires (good for everyone).

Forget about cheater/ramping boards, play with skills.
Conclusion: More than worth $40 unless the shape/feel doesent work for you.
Worth a 9 (Maybe a 10 if they made one for my phantom).
9 out of 10

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