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cmandh Friday, March 11th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 7 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Stock 98 Custom- No where near in comparison
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom
14" Teardrop Barrel
32 Degrees Universal Drop Forward + Macro Line
PMI Pure Energy 68/3000 Nitro
Halo TSA Frontman LED
Rufus Dawg Double Trigger
Response Trigger Coming
Strengths: -SUPER FAST
-Lighter than stock
-Durabounce stop is nice, short trigger pull
-Looks nice
Weaknesses: -You have to cut grips, same with the GTA double trigger anyway
Review: This is a very, very good product. I haven't heard of Rufus Dawg, but after looking into the product i just had to get it and it paid off. Though tricky to intstall (need to cut grips), the result was amazing. I took my 98c into the basement and shot a few rounds. Initially, i found the trigger to be more comfortable. Next, I saw that it was a lighter pull and shorter. I smiled. Then I Grabbed the front grip with my left hand, but the nirtro against my chest and shot as fast i could. it had to be over 9bps, not trying. GET THIS!!!!
Conclusion: This is waaay better than stock trigger.. GET THIS!!!!
10 out of 10

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