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Xer0 Monday, September 10th, 2001
Strengths: This is absolutely the best pivot trigger available for the autococker. The trigger is very smooth, and comes pretty light. If it's too stiff for your liking, it accepts regular trigger springs, unlike the WGP and Shocktech versions. It also accepts standard sears. The frame has two trigger stops, which will allow you the shortest pull out of any of the pivot frames. The trigger shoe is nice and wide and allows your finger to be very comfortable while firing. Maybe it's just me, but some triggers hurt my finger after a while of playing. This one didn't. The frame accepts DYE sticky grips and all other popular grips, which is a huge plus. This is also the best looking pivot frame.
Weaknesses: Well, it's nearly impossible to find right now. This is by far the most popular new pivot frame. Unfortunately, it's also the most expensive. Right now used frames are going for more then new ones, just because of the scarcity of them. I was one of the first to get mine, I'm really happy I did.
Conclusion: By far the best frame available for the autococker. Not much else to say. It's worth every penny.
10 out of 10

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