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BigGTheTree Wednesday, July 6th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock trigger
check-it products
Marker Setup: 2001 Classic Yellow-Orange Intimidator #1445
Check-It Products V. 3 Delrin bolt
S.O.B. V2.0.2A
CCM Clamping feedneck
FBM Delrin Stick Trigger
Black Magic Reg.
Aluminum Black Eye covers
SS Freak Kit w/ 14" red tip
70Ci. 4500 psi. Worr Gas HPA
Dye Rhino Tank Cover
Strengths: Light
Cheap
Black?
Weaknesses: Does not come with all adjustment screws
Review: This trigger is a very great leap in performance in comparison to the stock trigger. This is mainly due to the light overall mass of the trigger, and the reduced friction on the trigger pivot post. I did notice a reduction in the amount of bounce and i was able to lighten my trigger pull considerable without sacrificing any speed. Another aspect that sets this trigger apart is the low cost of the product. I received mine for $26 shipped.
Conclusion: I feel that this trigger is a very good investment to help reduce bounce and lighten your trigger pull. The cost also makes this a very attractive alternative to a bal bearing trigger, yet it is almost as smooth. Just remember to transfer over your previous set screws.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
dyepunk13 Tuesday, January 31st, 2006 | 2:38 pm PST
the FBM wave trigger dons't come with adjustable screws because it's roller bearing...one of my friends has one on his DM4 and thats part of the reason he baught it. this trigger is so light u don't need to change the settings, and because of the shape it only fires faster. what they say on the site is true, it does increase your speed by about 3-6 balls faster.
   

dyepunk13 Tuesday, January 31st, 2006 | 2:43 pm PST
the FBM wave trigger dons't come with adjustable screws because it's roller bearing...one of my friends has one on his DM4 and thats part of the reason he baught it. this trigger is so light u don't need to change the settings, and because of the shape it only fires faster. what they say on the site is true, it does increase your speed by about 3-6 balls faster.
   

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