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Timmyboy14 Friday, April 14th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month40 of 40 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Nothing compares
Marker Setup: M98
-Flatline barrel
-Tippmann car stock
-Inline expansion chamber
-Daisy 4X sight
-Lapco speed loader
-Quick change CO2 adapter
-Remote coil
-RT trigger
-Polished internals
Strengths: -Fast
-No Batteries
-Adjustable PBS
Weaknesses: -Exposed airline
-Can outshoot your gun if your psi is too low
Review: Many people say the RT Trigger is really expensive. I got mine on sale for $30.00. Not bad. The installation was very easy. It took maybe ten minutes.

When I went out to test fire it, I was amazed by the speed. It had to have fired the full 15 bps that it advertises. I've got to admit that I was impressed.

When you pull the trigger with the RT installed, keep the trigger as steady as you can to get a smooth, uniform burst. Another nice feature with the RT is the ability to adjust the bps. You can go from three or four bps to the full fifteen in a few simple turns of a screw.

I just have a regular gravity feed hopper, and I had no trouble with out shooting it. This was because of the Lapco speed loader. It chambers the balls faster by using the blow back gas from the gun. This will save you the trouble of buying an expensive hopper. The speed loader is only about 5 bucks new on eBay.

Many people say that the RT wastes air. This is impossible because the trigger uses excess gas to run. Also, the air chamber is so small the the change in air would be insignificant anyway.

If you fire too fast with a low psi and you have a lightened bolt, sometimes the sear won't grab and you'll have to re-cock. When the trigger is installed there will also be an exposed air line that could possibly be caught and torn on something. Other than that, there's really nothing wrong with this product.
Conclusion: If you want to upgrade to an automatic, this is the nicest and cheapest way to do it.
Please don't forget to rate this review!
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, April 14th, 2006 at 4:16 pm PST

Review Comments
Lacoste649 Thursday, October 25th, 2007 | 5:28 pm PST
nice review, i cant wait to try mine

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