Vision Impulse, Predator milling, OTB 90 degree frame and a ton of other stuff on it
speed, weight, look, feel, price, overall design.
this is probably, THE BEST impulse frame out there. i was one of the lucky ones to get one of these for beta testing, and i'm so glad i jumped on the oppurtunity when i seen it. my first impression, the anno on this frame is just GREAT. i got the blue, and it blew me away when i first seen it. another thing i noticed, it seems much lighter than the stock frame. the angle of the frame puts your hand in a very comfortable shooting position, and maxes out comfortability. the trigger is made out of a lightweight, yet extrememly strong composite, thus making the return and pull seem much easier, and theoretically less mass can move faster. its so fast, its not even funny. the reverse polarity magnets are just outrageous, i cant believe nobody thought of this type of trigger sooner. the price is also great, 120 for the frame WITH grips, compared to the iframe being at 150+ without grips.
if there was one thing i didnt really like at first, it would be the shape of the trigger. it took a bit to get used to the "U" shaped trigger, and was unwalkable to me at first. the top of the trigger seems to be a bit bulky, but nothing serious.
this frame comes from an up and coming company, that will probably make many products in the future. i personally cant wait to see if they'll be offering replacement/different style triggers for this frame *wink (i lub you josh)
if you are getting a new frame, go with this one. its simply the fastest, most comfortable thing out there right now. i dont regret selling my iframe for DIRT CHEAP to get this :)
Okay sorry i now this is a review but i have a question and OTB isnt answering it and i kno u guys have it..... where does the board go lol looks lioke theres no room plz respond in next review or im me at XxDaViD2o07xX on AIM thanxs
Well, the board in an impulse goes in the solinoid tray (the thing between the trigger frame and the gun body). there is nothing except the trigger+springs/mags/etc and a 9volt battery in the actual trigger frame.