2000 Vert custom cocker
Planet internals (yep all of them)
ANS front block kit
68/4500 Pure Energy fiber tank
I was unsure about autocockers until I used this trigger. I was one of those people that could not fire a stock trigger to save there life. I used a Blade trigger once and knew I had to have one, 120 pounds later ( at $1.50 to a pound) I had one,and paintball for me has never been the same. My ROF has increased from being able to use a shake and bake to..well the HALO B is coming as I write. I can and do out shoot 12Volt X Board revs with new batteries. Know one beleaves it until they see it. This is also in part to gun overhauls performed by none other then Jack Wood himself every 3-5 months. The only thing to make this better is a roller sear and a good tech. Since Jack does my maintenance he has adjusted the pull so that the marker will fire at the first chance a full cycle can be completed. Other words very, very light.
The only 2 problems I have had at all with this product is..1) Jack does not put safety's on the Blade triggers sold and worked on by him. This is not a problem except that twice I have set my marker down on the table after a game ,and the blanket I use to set my marker on was a little bunched up. The bunched up blanket brushed up against my trigger and sent a round into my barrel condom. This trigger is extremely sensitive, to much for some people.
2) As with most things Planet it is Expensive
Planet has done it again with this very well built trigger frame. It is sturdy construction and everything glides in movement. This is what I consider a mandatory upgrade. This upgrade should be done before or at the same time as Dye grips and a barrel. The Blade trigger is by far the best upgrade anyone can do to a cocker with out going electro. With the E-cocker coming out from planet the Blade style has remained the same and should be the best Electro cocker on.. the PLANET.