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Unregistered User Friday, September 28th, 2001
Strengths: It features an amazing light trigger pull. There is many modes and features to this trigger frame; Semi, Fully Auto, Burst, and Turbo mode. It also features an ajustable rate of fire, timer, and shot counter. The price of the Boo-Yaah Trigger Frame is considerably lower than other electronic triggers on the market. Takes a regular 9-volt battery.
Weaknesses: Ocassionally, it will chop paintballs. This trigger seems to drain batteries. I recommend taking the battiries out each time after you play, this will make you batteries last longer. Also you need to have a regulator on your gun to keep your shots accurate. I suggest that you upgrade to a lighter bolt to avoid chopping paint.
Conclusion: This upgrade is worth the money. It will make your Spyder more competitive with Mags, Cockers, and even Angels .
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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