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e2frontman Saturday, March 5th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
WGP hinge frame, Eclipse E1
Marker Setup: 03 Vert Cocker
Eclipseblade E2
Nexus ram w/QEVs
Shocktech Delrin bolt
MacDev Matchstik barrel kit
Crossfire 68/4500 N2
Evo2 loader w/Z-board
Strengths: Super fast
Completely adjustable-settings and trigger
ROF counter
Training mode
Weaknesses: Price
Review: This frame is without a doubt the fastest, most effective trigger for an autococker to date. The trigger pull is awesome, and you can adjust it any way you want to. The LCD display is great-looking and easy to read. Settings are completely adjustable if you don't want to sstay with the factory settings. The training mode and ROF counter are really helpful along with the great vision eye. This trigger will completely change your gun, and is the best (and unfortunately most expensive) upgrade you can get for a cocker.
Conclusion: As I said, you san't get anything better for the cocker. With this trigger you can silence all of those Angel and Timmy boys out there. Unfortunately it is expensive as all hell, but it is worth it without a doubt.
10 out of 10

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