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Cire Tuesday, March 14th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Mag Intelliframe blade trigger - I found out that I prefer a straight trigger over a curved trigger
Marker Setup: DM3, Tadao 5.0 w/M6, CCM No-Pro, Torpedo Reg, Dye LPR, Toxic Spikes, CP Rail and On/Off, JT 2-Piece barrel, Ricochet Apache and PMI 68/45.

68 Classic Automag, PF Left, Intelliframe w/Blade Trigger, SP All-American Barrel, CP Micro Drop, Ricochet AK and AA Armageddon 68/45.

Tippmann Model 98C, Dead-on Double Trigger, Lapco Bigshot, Madmann Spring Kit, Lapco Drop Forward, Ricochet AK and 20oz CO2.
Strengths: No modification required
Drops right in
Lightens trigger pull a lot
Weaknesses: None really
Review: This is one of the better cheap upgrades for the 98c. Having the double trigger lightens the pull more then changing springs, etc.

It is really easy to install, pull the marker apart and drop in new trigger. Another nice feature is that you don't have to modify your grips to accept the trigger guard.
Conclusion: I would recommend this upgrade for the 98c since it lightens the trigger pull and it is more comfortable than the single trigger.
9 out of 10

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