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Will2Live Sunday, April 2nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Various Stock Triggers (Spyder - Tippmann - Autocockers - Ions - N.M.E. - '03 Shocker) Ion Roller Trigger, Wave Shocker Trigger.
Marker Setup: Stock System-X NME with FBM Delrin Wave Trigger, 45/45 HPA Tank, Halo B /w Rip Drive + V-Board
Strengths: -Speed
-Light
-Price
-Easy to Walk
Weaknesses: -None
Review: I recently ordered a stock System X NME, essentially just another Timmy, off of Ebay. It looks cool and is a great gun overall, with minor improvements over a standard Timmy design. However the trigger on it had waaay too much slop so I contacted System-X, as it was still under warranty, having no luck with their customer service I cracked the NME open and discovered that part of the trigger was stripped and allowed for too much slop. So I got back on Ebay and ordered this FBM Delrin trigger. It was cheap, about $20, and I figured it would solve my problem.

So it eventually showed and so I installed it, which took a matter of minutes, and went to my local PB Field to try it out. THIS TRIGGER IS A DREAM. I havent been playing paintball for very long and am still working on my trigger walking but this thing has quite possibly be the easiest thing to throw ropes with I have ever seen. Once you toss a couple of balls you can quite literally take off, with debounce set high or low, it's not necessarily the bounce that sets off the next shot but the perfectly molded wave which end up in the perfect position shot after shot.
Conclusion: This trigger is a great upgrade for anyone looking for a little extra speed, a nice looking trigger, or just a cheap upgrade in general. If it'll help a paintball player with only a years experience keep a Chrono over 12bps for 200rounds imagine what it'll do in the hands of a pro.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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