First of all, this is probably the best double trigger you can find for the Tippmann 98 (there is an A-5 variety as well). It is made of anodized aluminum, which is a huge advantage over most other 98 double triggers you can find. The thing feels solid. It is designed pretty well also; it comes with a new trigger guide pin that eliminates [most] of the annoying trigger wobble associated with 98s. The best part about this trigger is its adjustability. If you tweak it right, and throw in a pen spring to replace the trigger spring it comes with, you can get some extremely easy walkage. I can max the bps rate on my e grip easy with this thing.
I must caution you though, in order to get to the sensitivity I like, I had to tweak the trigger to the point where the safety no longer stops you from firing [which is kind of a bonus because playing with the safety engaged actually eliminates almost all excess trigger pull]. However, if you are one of those people that always have there fingers on the trigger [which is a really bad and dangerous habit, by the way], this will cause an extremely large number of unwanted shots on and outside the field.
Overall, this is definitely a worth while up. Im very satisfied with it. If you are looking for a double trigger for your 98, pick one of these babies up.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, January 28th, 2007 at 6:43 pm PST
tippmannparts.com has this, also, is it hard to adjust? Becuz in games i have played with kids with ions w/ magnetic triggers, and alot of times it screws up and sticks, or some screw comes out and it won't shoot, so how ez is it??
quote:Originally posted by dukedude4evr tippmannparts.com has this, also, is it hard to adjust? Becuz in games i have played with kids with ions w/ magnetic triggers, and alot of times it screws up and sticks, or some screw comes out and it won't shoot, so how ez is it??
There are basically two screws that adjust the forward motion of the trigger, and how far you want the trigger to travel before it trips the micro switch. You basically set it to your desired trigger travel, and then put a bit of locktite on the threads, and you’re good to go. I have had no problems with it so far.