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nerdcore Tuesday, December 12th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock trigger pin - ftl.
Techna/Violent Products - came with Scythe trigger, works the same.
CP - their Roller trigger comes with its own pin but it's really just a screw that screws into one of the roller bearings.
Marker Setup: Gen-E Matrix LCD
Freak Jr kit
TMC Eyes
Tadao 1.1 w/ M3 chip
Kila Reaction detents
AKA Sidewinder
AKA SCM III
Aardvark Tenticle w/ Lucky trigger pin
SP Q-Lock
CP Rail
CP 2k5 on/off
Halo B
Crossfire 68/45k
Strengths: No more pounding a pin out of the frame to remove the trigger.
Weaknesses: I think the allen hole on one side is stripped.
Review: Not much to this product, it's a trigger pin replacement. The pin in itself is very simple, the job it does is very simple & the installation is very simple. It's one of those parts that are so simple & universal, I wonder why every paintball gun doesn't come with it stock.

Not very many companies make this part. To my knowledge, just Lucky & VP and VP doesn't sell them separately (or not on their site, anyway).

Now i do think i stripped the allen hole on one side of the pin but the other side is still just fine. That's most likely just my fault, though.
Conclusion: Most players don't think they'll ever need to remove the trigger at all aside from upgrading it but if you've played a while (and/or often) you know dirt & paint can get up in that trigger area and cause problems (sticky triggers, for instance). At that point, you're gonna need to remove the trigger & clean it and its area in the frame... you're gonna want this pin when that time comes.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
sniper21 Tuesday, December 12th, 2006 | 1:24 pm PST
critical paintball makes the same pin fyi,
   

DarkeWolf Saturday, December 23rd, 2006 | 5:05 pm PST
I was going to post a very similar comment. However the threading on the Critical pin isnt nearly as long as the threading on the lucky pin.
If your thinking about getting one of these, better hurry and do it. Lucky has a hard time keeping some of these in stock thru their site.
tho, I recommend getting one off of ebay. these things are already expensive, and lucky tops that off by charging an arm and a leg on shipping for them. just do a search on ebay for "un1tec" and if anybody is selling them, you should find one.
   

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