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Saturn Rocket Saturday, June 11th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
shocktech sweetspot trigger
Marker Setup: Spyder E-99, 3-A knock out barrel, apocalyps thrasher trigger, custom products flame drop forward, acs anti-chop bolt, ANS feed neck, low pressure chamber,DYE sticky grips, ricochet apache loader, 3500 psi nitro., trinity assault block with pressure guage.
Strengths: 3 way adjustment screws.
Super light.
Best looking flat trigger.
Great upgrade.
Weaknesses: You gotta sand it down.
Review: My friends and i call it the paper clip, because no kidding, that's how much it weighs and it's also very ajustable and a great invention, just like the paper clip. I was tired of having my gun with $400 worth of upgrades having a side to side wobble on it. So i bought some cheap flat trigger that supposedly eliminated all slack in every direction. Phyc. It didn't do squat. But with this trigger, the first screw on top just gets the trigger into the vicinity of the switch, the second screw fine tunes the distance going back to the trigger, ( which is great because you don't have to take the entire handle off to adjust it.), and the third one takes care of any slack after you hear the click. You have to sand down the sides to get rid of the side to side slack, but it's not much and it's the best way to get rid of it for good. My friend spent about $100 on a magnetic trigger for his angel, supposedly the shortest trigger pull in the world. Well, we tested mine and they are almost identical. They both feel almost like the trigger's not even moving.
Conclusion: I've played paintball for 6 years since i was 8. Trust me, i know what's out there and this is the best trigger for under $100.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, June 11th, 2005 at 2:34 am PST
 

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