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nintendofreak Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Pump markers: PGP
Black Widow
Marker Setup: Trilogy Pro + PMP Ind Trilogy Pump kit
Strengths: Light Weight
Smooth Pumping
Easy to install.
Weaknesses: scrapes a little on the barrel (tiny bit)
No return spring. (You can easily DIY)
Review: I ordered this pump Kit from http://www.pmpind.com/ on Christmas Day (Monday). That Saturday, I received the pump kit in the mail. It placed in a Priority Mail box, Surrounded By newspaper, with 2 Free stickers :) The total cost was ~$42 USD shipped Via usps priority mail

Installation was Easy. Just pull off the hoses off the "front block" and unscrew everything in the front. Then Remove the Beaver tail, take out the bolt, cocking rod, and the old push rod. Screw in the rod where the Reg in the "front block" use to be, and then screw the push rod onto the grip. Slide it onto the gun, and put the back block on. Put everything back together, and your done!

Just like any other pump cocker kit, it works the same way. Pull back, push forward, shoot, do the same to shoot again.

In the weaknesses, i mentioned that it scrapes a little. Very little, with the stock barrel. This may also restrict your selection in barrels?

To make your own return spring system, simply take a spyder bolt spring, and put it into the grip. If you want less resistance, just cut the spring.
Conclusion: I would suggest getting this kit to convert your Trilogy because it is light, and easy to install.
Its relatively in-expensive. Just make sure when you choose your barrel, you choose one that wont rub against the grip!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Tippy King Thursday, May 10th, 2007 | 12:12 pm PST
Why exactly did you want to turn your gun into a pump gun ?
   

icetre Sunday, May 20th, 2007 | 12:56 pm PST
tippy king-
there are pump leagues to play for and pumps are much much more accurate than a semi and requires skill instead of a large hopper

nintendofreak-
do you know if the karnivor is already a pump or if it can be converted?
   

glnnhoffman Sunday, June 3rd, 2007 | 5:29 pm PST
if your talking about a karnivor E2, is not already pump. im not shure if it can be converted, but you can get a Outkast sniper 2 pump for $250.
   

anti_arrows Thursday, June 7th, 2007 | 6:24 pm PST
the karnivor is a very fast electro cocker that can be converted to pump...its just like any other cocker.
   

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