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The Creature Thursday, August 8th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
uhh the stock frame....kinda like pushing back a cinderblock
Marker Setup: Minimag with Intelliframe (blade trigger style), 16" Freak Barrel System (oooohhh yeaaaahhh), Kapp Gas Through, Flame Drop (Kinky), Everything in bright black...deffinently a head turner, 68ci/3000psi Carbon Fiber Wrapped Tank, 12v Revvy.
Strengths: The looks are amazing...i took it out of the package and put it on my gun and nearly wet myself. It is, by far, the BEST looking trigger frame i have ever seen. I ordered mine blade style...doulbe triggers just don't do it for me. The trigger pull is lighter and faster because of the added torque from the double trigger length. You can also connect your trigger to your revvy or warpfeed causing it to activate on every trigger pull.
Weaknesses: Though the trigger is lighter and easier to pull, it is still stiff because the fact of the matter is, it is still a mag. No matter what semiauto frame you put on you will still have to push back that heavy trigger sear. There are 2 ways around this that i know of. One is to buy an RT valve system. The increased refreshrate of the gun drastically improves your ROF not only by allowing more air to travel through the gun faster, but the on/off assembly really helps knock the sear back into place after each shot kind of like the tippmann RT kit does. The second, and cheapest, way to lighten your pull is to buy only the RT ON/OFF Valve Assembly and use it to replace the current one you have in your level 7 automag/minimag.
Conclusion: This frame is as good as it gets for the mag without going electro. Dye just doesn't cut it, and i won't even talk about the benchy. No matter what you are going to have to deal with the heavy trigger pull of a mag...it is just the way they are designed, but this trigger frame really helps you out a lot. The product is cost effective, and has a killer design, which alone is worth the extra cash. I paid $125 for mine...i dished out the extra 10 bucks for 2nd day air shipping cause i really just wanted to hold it :D

In conclusion i give it and 8. The looks carry the frame a LONG way and it is the best mag frame you can find to lighten the trigger pull. The reason it gets an 8 is because short stroking, thought DRASTICALLY REDUCED, can still be an issue and you still are fighting the sear pin.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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