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ryan04 Thursday, August 2nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
ANS xtreme trigger, NDZ roller
Marker Setup: Setup 1
07 Ion
Cp Rake
Dye throttle
Halo b

Setup 2
tippmann 98 custom w/response trigger
14in jj ceramic
68/45 dye throttle
empire reloader 2
Strengths: Very...easy pull, light, cool looking, very fast.
Weaknesses: The installation was pissin me off alil.
Review: Ok, so last sunday i was at a tourney with my team, and as were sitting on the bench, one of teamates all of a suddon, says," hey ryan, i forgot, i have this cp trigger thats amazing but it doesnt work with my virtue, you want it?" Immediatley i said yes thinking back to the good reviews i had read.

Ok now on to the good stuff. I get home and pull it out. May i say, it is one sharp looking trigger. There was a non threaded bearing and a threaded bearing. I was like hmmmm. Because i was only used to the stock trigger pin, even with my previous ans trigger. so the first attempt went well, except for the fact that the screw would slowly come out if i shot. so (to skip to the conclusion), after many attempts to stop it from moving with glue i gave up. But two hours later that night i remembered looking at the cp installtion guide online and remebering the little washer had to go on it. So i had a "Brain blast" haha. This is exactly how i did it, with no glue and it works perfect, and i ve been using it for 3 weeks.

1. Remove all screws from body and take off top half of ion
2. take stock pin, and trigger out trigger in the proper position in the body
4. Now, take a roll of white hockey tape and cut and bout 1/4 of inch long, that is 1/20 of an inch wide. (just make it really thin.) This tape acts as a rubber washer( in my mind).
5. Now wrap the tiny piece of tape around the screw just under the head,(if you're holding it vertically.)
6.Place the screw through the pin hole and into the bearing in the trigger,(the trigger is all ready in the proper psition.) But only into the bearing, dont have it come out the other side. (watch from above)
7.Now if you dont have needle nose pliers,(like me), use scissors to clamp the threaded bearing.
8.(if you are looking from above with the reg towards your chest) lower the threaded bearing into the little slot next to the bearing you put the screw into.
9. Now clamp tight while you slowly screw the screw into the threaded bearing.
10. Make sure a tiny bit of screw comes out the other side, but have it tight enough so it wont move when you shoot.
11.Adjust your trigger to liking
12. Mow some faces!

This trigger is super fast, sleek, and a nice return so its easily walkable.
Get one!

Conclusion: Although installation may be very tricky, this a great product. Go and get one!
9 out of 10

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