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mudsnake Thursday, January 24th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
tippmann double trigger, jcs blade trigger,egrip,
Marker Setup:

A5,egrip,shock tech bolt,20" smartparts tactical barrel,flatline barrel,tasco red dot scope
jcs folding stock,s&w riser

Strengths: Looks cool& is light weight.
Weaknesses: Cheap plastic,fragile , too much give.
Review: Cheap product ,I felt ripped off paid to much at local shop for a trigger that felt weak & brittle.
My trigger broke at adjustment screw after three uses so I got screwed out of some cash .Also since their is no warranty they dontstand behind their product. It felt wobbly & had
to much movement side to side.
Do not but this cheap plastic junk. it belongs on a airsoft pistol not on a tippy.
It is not milsim quality,the trigger guard is to thin and makes me feel like babying my
gun not diving into the bush for an ambush.over the quality isnt what I expected.
Conclusion: Buy a different trigger,this is low grade plastic product designed for looks not use.
wait until RF puts out a metal version until then avoid this cheap plastic trigger.
2 out of 10

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