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elementpb Thursday, April 6th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
VP Scythe, CP NDZ, ANS, and Stock triggers.
Marker Setup: Black/Gold fade Element Ion, Killer Carbon trigger, Lucky Stage 2 & 3, Orange Nano bolt, Virtue board. Joy Division grips. Freak barrel.
Strengths: SEXY carbonfiber. Adjustable activation point. Incredibly high quality materials and workmanship.
Weaknesses: Not many available. Get them when you can.
Review: These triggers are probably the best trigger for any paintball gun, peroid. They put other carbon fiber triggers to shame in both design and quality. I can't think of anything I would want to change about them. He even made me a special yellow kevlar/carbonfiber one to match my ion!

Adjustable activation point? Check!
NASA grade carbonfiber? Check!
Ultra high quality bearings? Check!

Its snappy and responsive. So light even the lighest of microswitches can easily return it without a spring. I only wish the rest of my marker could be carbonfiber too!
Conclusion: Buy it. The price is great and the product is even better.
10 out of 10

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