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deano 177 Monday, February 4th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 6 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
No electric trigger used before
Marker Setup: VS3 with vs2 trigger
Empire Vents Avatar with dark thermals
Halo Frontman
88 and 68/4500 Pure Energy with DYE covers
Invert 3+2 Loaders
Invert Digi Woodland Outfit
Spyder MR 1 with rear cocking mod
14" j&j barrel
Spyder E-trigger
Palmer's Stablizer
Pure Energy 16oz tank
Pure Energy 20oz tank
Strengths: Trigger adjustments
tourney lock
Overall frame sturdyness
Weaknesses: Weak on/off
No aftermarket grips
Review: This is an ok trigger. I got mine on ebay for $40 with shipping so it was hard to pass up. It is fully adjustable so you can make it a hair trigger and you can really shoot some paint with it. I have used it about 6-8 game days and have never had any problems with it but one. The on/off switch broke. It was my fault because I got sand in it but it is not a very good design. It should have a push button instead of a slide type switch. One click up is semi, two clicks up is 3rnd burst, and all the way up is full auto. None of the fields I play at allow full auto so I just took out the jumper and that makes it semi all the time no matter what setting you put it on. I'm sure you could change the board in it but why bother. It's not like the MR1 is going to be shooting 20 bps. I can throw paint good enough with the semi.
Conclusion: Its good if you want to up to an electric feel trigger and shouldn't break the bank. I'll give it a 6 just because I have to use an allen wrench to turn it on now.
6 out of 10

Review Comments
HopZ Sunday, March 9th, 2008 | 4:57 pm PST
Heey, you know how it has a spare striker right? Do you like HAVE to put it in? Or can you leave the stock one in from the Mech frame?

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