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Merc4Hire Friday, March 25th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock frame adjustable trigger screw. (better)
Marker Setup: 1 2004 black WGP Prostock Autococker. SP 14" teardrop barrel, Shockteck Supafly 2004 style black/teal delrin & pin, Egg II/ reloader, Check It unamount, 1 eclipse QEV!?!(2nd purchased not installed), kapp twista rod, aluminum pump rod, Belsales hollowpoint 3way, antisiphon co2 for now....
2 2k3 red VF WGP autococker. very stock
3 2K3 Piranha STS eforce , empire reloader, teardrop 14", Stock barrel, spring kit, normal Co2's...
4 Old Spyder Shutter. J&J Ceramic 14'' barrel
Strengths: Externally adjustable (for those with wraparound grips)
doesn't leave a hole in frame
Weaknesses: Pointless. can be pushed out. range of adjustment.
Review: the other people have said most of what I have to say before.

this part is pointless. I only have it b/c it came on a used cocker I got. The screw in the frame has a better infinite range of adjustments. it also can't be pushed out by accident.

An other weakness is the nuisance of installing it. It is very tricky to install without losing the microscopic ball bearing for the safety. The cam adjuster will not work without the spring and bearing. It both holds the part in the frame and gives it the click adjustments.

I have heard of people having their adjustment slipping with these in game and making their trigger inoperable. I believe that these people were missing the tiny ball bearing...

Some guy above said that you have to remove the frame to install this. he was wrong. I reinstalled it with the frame still on the gun. (It came installed, but when i pushed the allen wrench into it to adjust it, it pushed out the other side of the frame. This was a big pain. I had to find the tiny bearing & spring, put them into the hole with hemostats, hold them down and slide the adjuster in from the opposite side of the frame. This is a simple process but very difficult due to the fiddlyness)

Basically the only reason you would want this is if you do a trigger job and don't want a hole where the safety was. Or you wanted to do a trigger job that was externally adjustable cuz you have wraparound grips that are a pain to remove. however, with the screw in the frame, you cant get a much finer adjustment.
Conclusion: I would not buy this, because your cocker frame comes with a better system stock. this adjusts my trigger pull to a 3mm ish pull (at tip of trigger) when i could adjust it to a working 2-2.5mm with the frame screw. Why pay money to have less precise adjustment? I give it a five because it does what it is supposed to, but is pointless
Rating:
5 out of 10Last edited on Friday, March 25th, 2005 at 1:00 pm PST
 

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