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tplayspb Wednesday, June 6th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
CP Pro Mini On/Off ASA
Marker Setup: Proto Matrix Rail (Black)
Dye UL Frame
Dye Boomstick 14" .685"
CP DM6 Trigger (modded to fit Rail UL frame)
CP Razor Drop Forward
CP Pro Mini On/Off ASA
Strengths: It looks kinda good on my Autococker.
Weaknesses: Hard to screw in.
Comes loose sometimes.
Threads feel rough and junky.
Review: I bought it because it looked good online. I had never owned an on/off before and I thought that since it looked good, it would work well. I was wrong.

The first thing is that the threads on the knob are rough, and hard to turn when you have an air tank on it. I was bummed but i thought that's how it was, so it was ok. Then the size got to me.
The thing is just too tall and bulky. It has two pieces: The ASA and the mount. The mount screws to the trigger frame, and the ASA slips inside the mount and gets locked down by set screws. Thus, being that you have two pieces, you have extra metal, and therefore, extra size. The size was just too big for me, and the overall look of the unit didnt go well with my PMR. So I bought a CP Pro Mini On/Off ASA.

The CP is far superior to the Trinity in every aspect. Knob turning, overall look and size, and the addition of a rail all make the CP an obviously better choice.
Conclusion: Don't buy it.
Use the same money to buy a CP; You'll be happy you did.
3 out of 10

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