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HattoRJ Sunday, August 11th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Marker Setup: 2000 Vert custom cocker
Planet internals (yep all of them)
ANS front block kit
68/4500 Pure Energy fiber tank
Dye grips,etc
Strengths: 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.
Weaknesses: 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
Conclusion: 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.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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