Critical - is better then the killercarbon. Same sideplay, smoothness, and just as responsive, but more adjustments. But carbon fiber definitly looks sweet.
Cp triggers - Can't compare, have owned the spring and older magnet versions, just don't like the design or anything of cp triggers.
NDZ triggers - get these if your on a budget. Pretty smooth, and nice feel for the price.
Almost no sideplay
Very light trigger
Can't adjust magnet strength
Killer carbons customer care
Overally a really nice trigger for the ion its my favorite second to the critical trigger. Killer carbon made a very lightweight, super responsive trigger. You don't feel any resistance or anything walking it, making very consistent walking. Almost no side play, trigger pull length, and switch activation. Magnets also give it a very smooth no resistence pull. Plus carbon fiber lookes great.
My complaint w/ killercarbon=KC trigger is their customer service, or lack of. I waited 3months to get my trigger. Now the website said "exspect 2weeks for delivery". So 2weeks go by, nothing. No real problem, I heard they were busy anyways. I contact KC and he says he ran into problems getting bearings, ok, KC tells me it my trigger will ship next "wednesday". A couple weeks go by still nothing. This time KC tells me somthing went wrong w/ the coating on the trigger. Tells me that all trigger orders have been shipped. So I'm like "finally", week goes by nothing. KC did this for 3months straight. Kept coming up w/ stories and other excuses. Now he did not ripp anyway off to my knowledge. some people, after the first couple months asked and got refunds. My biggest problem was getting lied to through the whole deal.
But KC would practically ignore customers never being honest or upfront.
However they do make a great trigger for the ion. I would love to see them keep doing so, but they will never if they run a business like that.
Overall a great product. But the customer service was terrible. 8/10 for the trigger. 0/10 for the service.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, November 21st, 2006 at 5:00 am PST