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kweihs Monday, July 7th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Standard trigger
Marker Setup: Tippmann custom 98
14" Smart Parts Teardrop
12" Lapco Bigshot
DOP pro-style drop
32* CAR stock with RVA
Strengths: Durable
easy to install
Weaknesses: ugly
Review: I picked this up because I wanted an inexpensive way to see if I liked using a double trigger. The price was right ($5.99 on EBay...it's a very common auction on there and should be easy to pick up one from between $4 and $12).

Installation - It installed very easily. When you have the receiver halves opened up you just remove current trigger and pop in this one and the new trigger guard and you are good to go.
**You do NOT need to cut the grips to install the trigger guard**
It seems there is a lot of confusion between this and another double trigger out there. With this particular one it drops right in.

Construction - Durable plastic just like the stock trigger and guard assembly you get with your 98c. I am a casual rec player and in the three months that I have had this on my gun it has performed very well. I have heard complaints that the trigger wiggles or that the guard can break easily. Neither of these has been an issue. There is a slight wiggle on the trigger, but this is identical to the play you get with the stock set up. It does not affect performance.

Appearance - Well, you aren't paying for a blade. There are slightly visible mold lines on both the trigger and the guard. The guard is thick and square. It's not the best looking double trigger out there, and if you admire form over function I'd suggest you save up for that blade. If you are a cheap bas#$%d like me it will meet your needs just fine.

Function - It's a trigger. Once I started playing and learned how to walk my fingers I stopped noticing that the trigger was there. I can't think of any better praise than that. It works.
Conclusion: I recommend picking this up if you are on a tight budget and need a functional double trigger. If you want your friends to ooh and aah over your marker I'd recommend saving for a better looking set up. I like it very much, though, and it does what it's supposed to. What other praise can you give it?
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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