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djcslice Friday, July 18th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: tippmann 98 custom
smart parts all american 14in barrel
tippmann double trigger
tippmann expansion chamber
micro remote
20oz pure energy c02 tank
Strengths: eases the strength needed to shoot and is more comfortable
Weaknesses: the trigger is wobbly from right to left
Review: a wonderful addition to a wonderful gun!!!!
this is mainly a personal choice, but i like guns with double triggers better that singles. all of the other guns ive played with (spyder, and piranah) come with double triggers on them,
the worst part about this double trigger is you have to cut your own hole in the grip which is very challenging to do but take your time and you will discover its easier than most people say it is.another problem that is not a real big issue is the trigger is wobbly. the single is also wobbly but since the double is longer it seem just to look like it wobbles more though it doesnt.
Conclusion: buy it if you like double triggers.
it doesnt help that much unless you prefer double triggers
9 out of 10

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