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FcoWRX Saturday, April 19th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
2 years
Products Used:
- stock frame with blade trigger
- stock frame with magno blade trigger
Marker Setup: Blue 2k3 Impulse, short delrin bolt, titanium bolt pin, brass hammer assembly, solenoid housing, cricket board, vision, blue I-frame, blue smart grips, twister top low rise, jackhammer II lpr w/ tapeworm, full freak kit, 4500 max-flo, shocktech drop forward, I THINK THATS IT
Strengths: fully adjustable trigger pull, less than 1mm! Moves the grip forward an inch!
Weaknesses: Kinda xpensive, but well worth the money
Review: I've only used the I-Frame on my impy for 6 months, but i realized the second i put it on that its the greatest trigger ever invented for the impulse. i have my trigger pull set at 0.3 mm, its SICK. I can shoot at well over 18+bps. The trigger pull can be a mouse click to 2-3 mm, or hard to pull like a spyder or easy as an angel. It makes ur hand centered unlike stock trigger. It feels comfortable, allows for tighter play since the grip is moved forward an inch.
Conclusion: It's better than the stock trigger frame, well worth the money, go buy one right now!
10 out of 10

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