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Carrion Fields Monday, August 29th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock trigger, Check-it sweetspot
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion -Yellow Body Kit
Yellow CP Roller Trigger
New Designz QEV
Yellow(self-painted) Check-it Unimount
Halo TSA LCD Frontman
Pure Energy 47/3000

(Back-up gun)
Spyder Victor II - Blue
New Designz Clamping feedneck
Check-it 15* Assault Block
32* 6-stage X-chamber
Kingman Bottomline Regulator Setup
20oz Co2
Demon Custom 14" barrel(blue-silver fade)
Dye Sticky 3's
Strengths: Smooth, easy pull.
Very light.
Snappy(strength for some, not for others)
Weaknesses: Side-to-side play.
Review: Well, I just got this trigger a little while ago, installed it fairly easily with a little tinkering. And so far, I haven't been disappointed. I got this thing for like, $27 on ebay. And, I must say, it makes the Ion look so sexy. I've put only about 600 balls through my gun with this on, but it has worked beautifully for me. It has increased my rate of fire on the Ion by about 4-5 bps. There have been many reports of the magnets falling out on people, but I have yet to have this problem. Not to mention, half the people take the magnets out anyways because they can work the trigger easier. I, personally, like the snappiness of the CP trigger and if you have the magnets set properly, you should have no problems whatsoever walking this trigger decently.
The only weakness I have found, so far, is the slight side-to-side play the trigger has when installed properly. My trigger has less than the stock trigger, and it doesn't bother me at all. But to some this may be a big issue. Also, if having trouble with your pin/screw coming loose, try some weak locktite. I don't plan on removing my trigger any time soon, so I just used a small drop of blue locktite on the end. It's holding just fine now.
Conclusion: Overall, I have to give this product a rating of 9. It's very sleek, very easy to install and adds a lot of style to the Ion. Well, not a LOT but a good bit. If not for the few problems people have had, then this trigger would stand at the forefront even moreso than it already does as far as Ion accessories go.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Fat Chicken Sunday, October 16th, 2005 | 7:39 am PST
Hey Im knew to the Ion and how do u install the blade trigger
   

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