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Xhero Monday, April 11th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month13 of 17 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Ion stock trigger.
Marker Setup: Palmerized PMI/Sheridan Piranha Long Barrel
Ariakon Overlord
AGD Sydarm
AGD Tac-One
AGD Morlocked E-Tac
Tippmann ProCarbine
Tippmann A-5
WGP Karnivor
SP Ion
Strengths: Smooth, friction free operation. Better fit than stock.
Weaknesses: None.
Review: The trigger tolerences are extremely tight compared to the stock trigger. There is very little trigger slop, and virtually no side to side play with this upgrade.

The best feature of this trigger (#2) is the crescent shape. This allows you to walk much faster using just the tips of your fingers, although in ramping mode you hardly need to worry about it.

The worst part of upgrading to this trigger is the installation. Be careful when removing the stock trigger, I've heard many people have broken the gauge on the side of their marker when hammering out the trigger pin. Make sure to cushion it, or remove it completely prior to installation.
Conclusion: I'd recommend picking up a Betterone Ion trigger due to superior construction and performance compared to stock. It's marginally easier to walk, the magnet is weaker than stock and still gives a decently snappy return without causing too much hassle. This is the best initial upgrade you can get for your stock Ion.
10 out of 10

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