Ion | 16" Full Tilt Ceramic | NDZ S-treme Roller Trigger | CP Pro Rail + On/Off
Egg loader | 68/3000 | Vantage II
*Shape? Personal preference.
No instructions were included, but installation was easy - just pop out the stock trigger pin with a punch, and install the new trigger. The NDZ pin-to-bearing fit was a little tight, so I put a little lube on it, and slid in fine.
The shape on this thing can go both ways - its completely personal preference, as it is with most triggers. Most people berate it quickly, saying it doesn't work, but that's before they try it out. It work's as a reverse Scythe trigger almost - the index finger gets the crest, and the middle finger gets the trough of the trigger, instead of the other way around. It looks amazing too - with a red S-treme on an otherwise black Ion, the trigger really stands out with it's shape and color accent. Definitely turns heads, even when it's a part as small as the trigger.
This thing is amazing. First of all, the trigger is SOLID. no plastic here - just aluminum. No side-to-side slop whatsoever. Highly adjustable, this thing offers a lot of adjustment points, everything for even the pickiest players, especially on things like a trigger activation to trigger pull distance ratio. It was so easy to shoot ropes with such a responsive trigger, even with my off-hand.
Scythe Trigger: On par - IMO the S-treme works as an inverted scythe - try this one out if the scythe's feel isn't working out, yet you still want definition on the trigger.
NDZ Roller : The s-treme is as smooth as this one. Almost like a roller trigger with a bump.
Stock: So lacking its incomparable.
Definately a choice you wanna consider when buying a new trigger. IMO try out to see if you like undefined firing plane triggers, such as flat/rake/saw triggers, then see if you like triggers with defined firing planes like the Scythe or Wave triggers.
If you like the wavy trigger, or don't mind using one, definitely try this one out - it turns heads and shoots ropes with ease. A definite 10/10