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jayloo Thursday, October 17th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
The stock trigger that came with my Piranha.
Marker Setup: AGD E-MAG Ultralite w/LVL10
Warp Left Black Body
Smoke Warp Feed
12v Revie w/x-board
Crosfire 68/4500
Everything is still stock setup no trigger jobs.....yet.
Strengths: I wanted a short crisp trigger pull for my Piranha not ROF. I got both. Since my Piranha was left power feed w/12V Revie I maxed out at 9bps. Incredible for a Piranha. Full auto and burst were great but the turbo mode was perfect.
Weaknesses: Web documentation is extreemly limited. The trigger eats plain 9V for breakfast. I switched to the Energizer e2 batter and got 8000 shots and counting. I hear the Java 9.6V is the perfect battery solution. Oh I had horrible issues installing the trigger frame. The pro shop I bought the trigger from could not install it correctly. I almost gave up and sold the trigger for $50 I was so pissed. I finally called Mako. A person answered the phone and since I was at work gave me a bunch of trouble shooting tips. That night the frame was working correctly.My big installation problen was the sear would not catch the hammer after a shot causing the gun to fire again way tooo fast and chop a ball. The secret was to cut the rubber washer in half so that a 1/4 inch piece was left instead of 1/2. The washer is located around the spring in the gun. This let the hammer return farther so the sear could catch it. No one but the Mako folks know how tho install them correctly.
Conclusion: Get the trigger frame if you will not but another gun other wise I would suggest buying an Impulse.
Rating:
6 out of 10
 

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