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duckshepherd Monday, February 28th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
2 years2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock sear
Mako Storm Frame selenoid sear
Marker Setup: PMI Piranha Pro TS G3, Makor Storm Frame, Tear Drop Barrel, Revy w/ empire re-load upgrade, ram air chamber w/ modification, Flush cocking system, AKA Tornadoe valve, Boss Bolt, Fatty Stabilizer, Dark Horizon Titanium Striker, Chameleon spring kit, CO2 w/ anti-siphon, also use HPA
Strengths: -Very cleanly cut
-It works
-Built ford tough
-Made from steel
Weaknesses: -Uhh... doesn't sing songs or dance
Review: What can I really say about this? I bought it like 2 years ago and I haven't had any problems with wear or anything breaking. I don't know what these other two fellas here are talking about, save for their markers were 1990's models whereas mine is is a 2002 model. Of course now they have their fancy 2005 models like the Evo which should have a little old problem like a weak sear more than fixed. The trigger frames is electric on that model actually, so nevermind.

Anyway, the only reason I needed to get a replacement sear is because I experimented with grinding down the tip of my original sear to shorten the trigger pull. Needless to say I did a little to much grinding.

I guess this thing was cut by a laser. As Austin Powers would say, "Woopdie doo Bazel, woopdie doo." Laser cut or sanded, as long as it's made of stainless steel and not plastic, I don't really care. It's just a sear.
Conclusion: If you're looking for a replacement sear, get this! It's stainless steel, and makes a wonderful engagement ring for that very special female machine shop enthusiest.
Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Monday, February 28th, 2005 at 11:30 am PST
 

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