tippmann A-5 : 14" dye ironman boomstick : dead on pro seal bolt : some other unimportant stuff
5-9 balls per second
takes a little practice to find sweet spot fast.
The response trigger is great! I got mine factory installed and they had it set up for the best fire rate. I was able to get (estimate) 7-9 balls per sec. When you use it just ease on the trigger and when you hit the right spot then ---rapid fire--- At first I could only get 8 maby 12 shots before I lost that perfect spot on the trigger. With very little use I was able to fire longer bursts,also I was able to find the sweet spot faster. It isn't hard really just a little playing time is all. I really don't need longer bursts anyway because I only pop out from behind my bunker for one - two seconds. finding the sweet spot is more important to me than sustained fire. (paint is kind of expensive)
I do recommend the response trigger. I have had a lot of fun with it. requires no batteries and I haven't had any problems of any kind. I give it a 9 just because the e-grig looks like a very promising upgrade if you can afford it
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, November 18th, 2003 at 7:03 pm PST
The E-Grip is not a "promising upgrade." I ordered one and it was awesome cuz i had full auto and burst and auto response, but the response trigger is faster than the E-Grip is on auto. Also, changing the battery is horrible. You have to take the whole grip apart! Changing the firing modes is even worse! There is a little hole in front of the grip that you stick a little screw driver into, then you turn it to each firing mode (which are numbered but you won't be able to see the numbers cuz it's so small). Plus it runs off of batteries, and my E-Grip stopped workin after two days. Not too promising.