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Unregistered User Friday, April 5th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
trinity is one of a kind last time i checked.
Marker Setup: Diablo Matrix LE, Ardy Bolt Kit, Trinity, (real) centerflag reg, CP barrel, Ultimate "biggy" Volumizer mod, PMI HPA tank, DYE boomstick. Tuc Tite drop forward.
Strengths: very easy to add to your marker. elminates all your chopping problems. it's worth every single penny.
Weaknesses: nothing at all.
Conclusion: besides the bolt kit, the trinity is the next best upgrade you can buy for your matrix. chopping will become a thing of the past. I never have to worry about chopping, especially shooting at 18bps the bolt simply bounces off of the paitnballs, and i'll get the ocassional miss feed, but i have never chopped a single paintball with the trinity properly set. Even if you dont have a trinity, you should look into getting a TMC lpr, or shocktech lpr to drop that bolt pressure down. Highly recommended if you own a matrix.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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