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MuffinButt Tuesday, April 9th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
WGP, Dye and Eclipse Blade hinge triggers.
Marker Setup: AKALMP Viking w. 88/45 Crosffire, warp-feed & Revoltion w. x-board
Strengths: The ease of adjusting the length of the pull on the trigger is a nice feature.
Weaknesses: I find that the grub screw that is used to adjust the trigger pull length does not let you fine tune the adjustability to the extent of the WGP or Eclipse product.

The trigger guard is cheap and shouldn't be a screwed in piece of metal.

The trigger pull is very snappy for a hinge (unless you like it that way... to each their own).
Conclusion: This is Shocktech's contribution to the wave of hinge triggers that have come out on the marker for the Autococker and they didn't do it quite as well as the other companies. If you're looking to increase the rate of fire on your 'cocker, this is a good addition but seriously look at the other products first.
Rating:
2 out of 10
 

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