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NadeMagnet Thursday, August 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
cp slingblade. stock trigger
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Strengths: Supper smooth. Comes with adjustable magnetic return along with forward, back, and switch adjustment screws
Weaknesses: Expensive. Around 50.
Doesn't come with a spring.
No magnet in the PM6 version
Review: I had a cp slingblade in my pm6 and it was nice and way better then stock but only came with 1 true rolling barrings and 1 insert that goes next to it that acts like another barring. Its not attached to the trigger like the first one so I'm not sure if it works as well. Could be wrong.
I recently bought a critical and it's way smoother with 2 true barrings attached to the trigger. With switch, forward, and back screws it's easy to find your sweet spot. Criticals also come with an adjustable magnetic return in all but the pm6 versions. There is no room to put the magnets in a pm6 without a bit of modding. I had to use my stock spring with it cause I like a stronger return then just the switch. I also had to stretch and narrow the first few coils of the spring to get it to fit in the hole but that was no big deal. What really makes this trigger stand out is the magnetic return. Once I figured out a simple magnet mod with it I couldn't be happier. Even without the magnetic return it's unbelievable how much easyer it was for me to walk it.
Conclusion: Best 50 bucks I've spent on my marker
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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