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[the]red Thursday, January 22nd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Closer Trigger- fast, but not my cup of tea
VP Trigger- feels like s-class except made of delrin
Stock Trigger- bouncy
S-Class Trigger- very similar to stock, but smoother and lighter
Marker Setup: Vice
Gangstar Vlocity Jr.
Crossfire 68/45 lp

4c Eyes
Strengths: -Very Ergonomic
-Smooth action
-Anodizing is flawless
- Adjustments
Weaknesses: None
Review: After shooting bushmasters with the original bluefork design T2 frame, switching to a marq/gen5 frame was a little strange to me with the s-class shape, and i wanted to find the trigger that gave me the same general feel that i was used to. Not long after i got my rapper, i found the P.O.W.E.R. triggers, and the Kodachi is almost the same shape as my original T2. It was my lucky day, so i plunked down my $48 and Rob had it on its way to me. When the package arrived, i was pleased to find the trigger packaged in a nice little plastic holder with an instruction card that was very detailed. 5 minutes later, i was rocking on that new trigger like it was my job, and very pleased. So pleased, in fact, that after my Rapper got stolen at WC'08, i got a vice to replace it, and as we speak, my second Kodachi is in the mail to me. The feel of the trigger is incredible, and was able to be tweaked to my favorite settings in a matter of minutes, allowing me to be comfortable ripping off ropes down the field. For some reason, some triggers seem to work better with some people than others, so POWER also offers the Saber trigger for those looking for an incredible scythe-style trigger. Both triggers feel good in the hand, i just prefer the kodachi after getting to shoot a rapper with a saber that my teammate owns. Both triggers are very snappy, with or without the spring in the gun.
Conclusion: I recommend this trigger to anyone with a marq or gen5 timmy, best triggers on the market
10 out of 10

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