~On/Off buttons won't fall out
~Magnet ASA adjust
~Easily replaceable 9v batteriess
~Uses wired eyes, not ribbon
~Heavier than stock frame
~No aftermarket triggers
* The worlds lightest, most compact and comfortable 45 grip frame available.
* The new hour-glass design allows for a sleeker profile, while heads-up display lights alert you to the status of your gun, without having to take your eyes off of the game
* Will fit any Proto Rail Marker
* Includes smoke sticky grips and the new circuit board, with legal PSP, Millennium and NPPL software.
Don't buy it. I haven't tried the NDZ frame, but it looks better.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 19th, 2007 at 11:12 pm PST
quote:Originally posted by Zakushark Critical makes aftermarket triggers that are compatible with all Dye UL frames. Also, the PMR UL frame?s board accepts the stock eye ribbon, there are no eye wires. Suspected false review.
Critical doesn't make an aftermarket trigger for PMR's UL frame.
Not only is this review inaccurate and it isn't very helpful, even if it were.
if you dident like it you should say why not , not just post a review action village put out ... id have to say this is the most in acurate review out there, i have held a DM6 and loved the feel of the frame and considering its the exact same thing there is no difference
quote:Originally posted by Zakushark Critical makes aftermarket triggers that are compatible with all Dye UL frames. Also, the PMR UL frameďż˝s board accepts the stock eye ribbon, there are no eye wires. Suspected false review.
no my friend has a pmr with a ul and we took the critical to the shop for installation but it wouldn't fit because the solenoid was in the way