Trilogy Pro SF: Lapco Autospirit barrel(J&J kit as well.), Clamping feedneck(DOnt know who made it.) CP On/off, function rail.
Shocker 05 vision #13772, CP Reg, Function rail, CP on/off ASA. FreeFlow 90* frame w/Arsenal team grips, HE bolt, Q-lock feedneck, All Amreican, NDZ Slik Roller Trigger.
Its an Autococker.
I picked this marker up used from a trade for my PRomaster, black with the chrome parts. This marker is a great peice of aluminum and stainless steal, lightweight and accurate, and suprisingly quiet for its price.
The Pros of this marker:The Select fire frame can give that extra boost needed to take a weekend warrior and turn him into a speedball field king in the making. The marker itself if of the proven autococker bloodline and it takes pride in that in almost ever aspect. As was the oringal line of mechanical Trilogies released in mid 2005 they are geared towards the less technicly inclined or first time cocker owner. While I am neither this is the first autococker I have had in a long while and it has proven me to be quite a solid platform.
The Cons of the marker:
The Trilogy Pro Select Fire relies on a simple, but sencitive electronic, pnuematicly assisded frame to fire the marker. I will try and explain: The markers LPR runs a tube to the three-way as most autocockers, but it is forked and the third part of the line is routed under the eye cover and into the frame. This tube carries the air needed to make the marker drop the sear and actuate the three-way rod itself, while this is a gread idea; it needs to be handled with care, adjusting the LPR up a bit from its stock settings have wielded me with the result of a better firing marker, seeing as it wont fire without air.
Trigger guard: Its a little small for me, but I like room to move my sloppy fingers in.
Parents, if your looking to help your son of daughter in the sport and are looking at the Ion, look this way and leave the Ion on the Proshop wall.