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McDoNaLdSbUrGeR Thursday, October 12th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
NDZ, and CP. Neither are that good imo. But it was possibly just the adjustment.
Marker Setup: Razor Blue SP Ion w/ Blackheart, Hybrid Hedloc Feedneck, Evil Detonator Reg, Shocktech on/off, Shocktech Trigger, TechT Lightening Bolt, Shocktech 1 inch drop, 12 inch Evil Pipe Kit,
QEV, WhiteHalo B w/rip, Black VLocity.
Black/Blue fade PM6 w/ 14inch total stainless freak kit, Shocktech Micro Drop, Hybrid on/off, CP Sling Blade Trigger, Orange Bolt, Ghetto Mod, and Virtue Board
Strengths: Easy to roll, fast, very light pull.
Weaknesses: 1 adjustment point. But you really don't need anymore adjustments for this trigger.
Review: I got this trigger a while ago for my Ion because the NDZ trigger that I had on it sucked.
I couldn't really find an adjustment point that I liked. So when I put this trigger in I immediately knew that it was going to be alot better. After I put the grip frame back on I realized that, even though the pull was very easy and smooth, it had a very long pull which would be irritating for me. The problem with that is that there is no way to adjust the trigger return so you have to use some creativity to fix the problem. All I had to do was put some folded up electrical tape under the trigger stop and it fixed the problem and now the pull is much shorter but still easy and smooth. There is only 1 adjustment point on the trigger and it is for the pull (which still doesn't help with the pull being very long for some reason). The screw is very loose and after I got it adjusted where I liked it i sat it down and when I came back it had came un-adjusted back to the way it previously was. So I brought the screw out quite a bit and put some blue locktite on it and that seems to have fixed the problem. It is a very nice feeling trigger and it is very easy to rip on but there is the possibility that you will need to do some slight modding to get it the way you want it, but that really isn't a problem with me.

Edit: I just realized that there is a way to adjust the pull of the trigger. I had completely forgot about the adjustment screw under the trigger guard. So modding that with tape isn't necessary but by using the adjustment screw in the grip frame it makes the pull tension tighter due to the trigger magnet which doesn't make for a good pull. So there are a few things to do: 1. take the magnet out (which could lead to trigger stick) or 2. use the tape mod (the best way to go in my opinion).
Conclusion: Overall this is a very good trigger. I have never felt a trigger for the Ion that pulled so smooth and easy. Though it might require some slight modding ( locktite, etc.) it is worth it to have the perfect pull. There isn't another trigger that I would recommend over this one for the Ion. If you wan't a sweet trigger buy this one.
9 out of 10Last edited on Friday, October 13th, 2006 at 12:15 pm PST

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