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pork sword Monday, April 3rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Cp trigger roller, vp trigger, stock trigger.
Marker Setup: Oh, not that it matters, but the ion it was reviewed in has the following:
Orange Unicorn bolt
New Designs Delrin Ball Detents
Blackheart board
stock & CP regs...
new designs qev.
Strengths: Super high quality hand made trigger.
Weaknesses: None so far, and I've put 4 cases of paint through it
Review: I recently picked up a carbon fiber trigger from www.killercarbon.com
and being I don't think these guys get alot of burn for the sick triggers they make. I am putting up my review of them, so people can give them a serious look.
Firstly, the overall quailty and craftsmanship are immediately evident, I am posting some detailed pics of the bearings and the magnet so you can see the attention to detail that goes into these triggers. Their finish is glossy and perfect, you can really see the carbon fiber pattern, the edges are smoothed out and nicely rounded, equalling an awesome feel and response. It was a very easy install, and fit perfectly in the trigger frame, little to no side play. The bearings are an excellent quality, which plays into their superb smoothness. The magnet is also set up very well, it has a very smooth return, it did not stick once. I've had a custom products roller and trinity scythe trigger in my ion so far and this trigger hands down blows them out of the water. The price is also very reasonable to, and there's very little to no wait time on these triggers too. I've shot other carbon fiber triggers in my Timmy's and the much higher priced triggers do not compare with killer carbon's triggers. The finish is a much higher quality, and the fit was perfect. They go for $45.00 + shipping, which is insanely reasonable for a pretty much one off trigger, with an amazing feel and response. There's a few different styles for everyone to find one they like, I however went for the scythe style. It was really the smoothest trigger I've shot in any marker I've ever owned. I'd sugguest giving them a serious look if you are thinking about picking up an Ion trigger. Their customer service guys were cool, and easy to get a hold of, so there's no guessing where your stuff is. Seriously guys, I don't flip over products normally, so understand these are really hot triggers and well worth the money. Give them a serious look, I think you'll be pleasantly suprised, just like I was.



Conclusion: Excellent trigger, great prices and the fit and finish are second to none. Hands down the best trigger i have ever used in a marker period...it's worth a look at these triggers, I think you'll be very happy with their performance.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
GUTHRIE Sunday, December 10th, 2006 | 6:22 am PST
How does this trigger compare with the VP Scythe?
   

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