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ta2maki Monday, March 6th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
3 years
Products Used:
CiP trigger
Marker Setup: AMG Classic
14" Dye Titanium Boomstick
CiP Assault block
Mac Dev Gladiator reg
Dye 750 psi mini gauge
Hybrid Hedlok 2, lever clamp feedneck
Bandit LP Bolt
DH Titanium Striker
32* spring kit
Custom highflow valve
Custom, low profile eye covers
CP rail drop
Dye Sticky 3 grip
Apocalypse Thrasher trigger
50g switch
T-board w/ upgrade chip
breakbeam eyes
Kila V2 magnetic ball detent
Shimmed solenoid
Lightened body
CiP Dragon Snatch grip.
Halo B
Crossfire 70/4500 peanut tank
Dye tank cover
Strengths: Custom fit. 3 adjustments.
Weaknesses: Must modify to fit. Too thin
Review: This trigger is probably the best trigger you can get in terms of getting exacty what you want, due to the adjustments available. Most other triggers only adjust front slack(extra play before you push the switch) and back slack(after switch is pushed). The thrasher,as well as the ACP slasher, offer a rake adjustment. This allows you to change the angle of the trigger to get the most speed out of walking your trigger. These triggers also come oversized. You will have to sand down the trigger in order for it to fit. This allows you to get a perfect fitting trigger so that you have no side to side slack. Although with other triggers, side to side slack can be removed with small washers. Now the bad stuff. On AMGs the rake adjustment screw doesn't line up with the switch. So there is no rake adjustment. This trigger is too thin. If you set the trigger straight up and down it's almost impossible to walk the trigger while gripping the frame. Not so good if you are the type that likes to shoot lanes while reloading your hopper.
Conclusion: Its a great looking trigger with great features, but in terms of preference, I would go with the CiP trigger.
7 out of 10

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