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Dgeorge Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Killer Carbon Trigger - This came pretty close to the critical trigger. Was also very smooth and had removed most the of the trigger sideplay. But wasn't as adjustable as critical, and overall quality and design wasn't as good. But mostly killer carbons customer service is one of the worst I've ever dealt w/. I waited 3months to actually recieve my trigger.

NDZ(just tested) Don't really compare to the triggers listed above, but are definitly worth looking at if you can't afford RPM or vp scythe. I personnaly think all of the ndz trigger designs are very uncomfortable to walk.

CP triggers - Don't like these trigges a whole lot. Both spring and magnet versions. I've owned both and just think theirs alot nicer triggers like NDZ, and the ones listed above.
Marker Setup: Ion
Critical trigger
Kila detents
CP reg
CP on/off
Reload B
68/4500 LP
Strengths: Responsive
Scythe shape
Weaknesses: The trigger is heavy, have had some issues w/ bounce.
Don't get any instructions
Review: For me the trigger is one of the most important part of a gun. I have to like it and be comfortable walking it. I've gone through many ion triggers: 2 version of cp triggers, tested NDZ triggers, and even had a rare killer carbon scythe V2 trigger. And the critical> beats ALL the triggers listed in everyform.

It just gives the a ion a whole new feel. The ballbearings do their job the pull is so smooth, and responsive. When your walking it there isn't any resistence, just effortless to walk. Scythe style is very comfortable. You can adjust it any way you like, the trigger pull, the magnet strength, and the microswitch activation. The trigger just has an really great quality feel.

*and for installing the magnet: It goes on the round black part on the board thats over the microswitch( the capacitor). Pull of the sticky, and then just stick the magnet ontop of the capicator, farthest above the microswitch.*
Conclusion: Overall, I wish I would of just bought this first. Its definitly one of the more exspensive triggers out there, but for me its a very important part of the gun. The quality is definitly there, and his been my favorite upgrade for the ion I've purchased yet.
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, June 21st, 2007 at 6:28 am PST

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