critical raze for stock pm6 frame, cp slingblade, stock pm6 and ul triggers
PM6 blue to black with black jewels and blue eye covers
Critical raze blue
Tag sports visible eyes red
Hybrid bolt guide blue
Proto back 14" ul blue tip
Boosted v35 halo b with rip drive, critical drive cone, shocktech spring, vendetta trap door
XSV on/off asa with 0-1500 dye gauge
Dye 07 rhino tank cover
No side to side motion
Adjustable magnetic return
None unless you don't like the S shape
Is expensive compared to most triggers
Finally broke down and bought an ul frame for my pm6. I hadn't wanted to get one since I already had a virtue board and the pm6 critical raze in it.
After installing it I actually liked the stock trigger for once but I found myself missing the raze so I ordered the one for the ul. Installing it was a snap and didn't even have to glue the magnet in but did anyway (just in case).
It has every trigger screw you could possibly want. It took me a whole 5 minutes to find my fingers sweet spot and now I can rip way faster even left handed. I love the adjustable magnetic return. On my other raze I had drilled a hole into the top back of it to place a magnet and glued one to the bottom of the noid. It was nice and all and a lot better then a spring but it wasn't adjustable. The ul raze is and can even back out to the point that you can just use the switch for the trigger return.
Duel barrings make it so smooth I had fun just spinning it on the pin before installing it. There is almost zero side to side motion just like my other raze. GJ Critical
I couldn't be happier with the ul raze and would recommend it to anyone that likes S shaped triggers, and if you don't then learn to like em cause i'm positive you won't be disappointed with it. It may be expensive to some but more then worth it in my book.