Take your Spyder to the next level with the smooth double trigger action of Benchmark's grip frame. This ultra lite trigger frame will replace your worn out Shutter, Compact, and Xtra trigger frame. If you want a shorter, faster trigger pull then Benchmark's double trigger is the one for you!
The Benchmark .45 Frame is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Spyder Compact Deluxe Java w/ PMI x-chamber, Benchmark .45 frame, Smart Parts Teardrop 12'", Ricochet AK, CMI tactical Drop Forward, 20 oz CO2
*shorter pull than stock
*staggered and inline holes
*pull is still somewhat long
*grips aren't great but ok
This frame blows away the stock frame. It has a shorter pull and both mounting hole patterns. Grips are OK but not great. I'm not a big fan of powdercoating and the rest of my gun is anodized but it's preference. Pull is still a little long but compared to stock I gained about 4-5 bps. But I'm slow so you could probably get more.
I like it and think it was well worth the $34.99 I paid for it. Overall a very nice upgrade not to be overlooked in your quest for a cool Spyder. It deserves the 9.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 7:10 pm PST
well lets see, the stock trigger frames on the guns ive played with, ive used the electronic trigger frame, the swing trigger frame for autocockers, i guess thats it
oh boy lets see here.
spyder compact 2 in 1 java edition
palmer's stabilizer regulator
J&J ceramic barrel
Benchmark trigger frame
check it 15* vertical adapter
psycho ballistics drop forward
32* spring kit
dye mini guage
modified stock bolt
i also have an ACI bolt but i think the stock bolt without the venturi is better because its higher flowing
i replaced the original hosing with stainless braided hosing
i think thats it for now
its comfortable and has a considerably lighter pull than the stock frame
it does have a long pull before it even engages the safety
well i got the benchmark frame before they came out with all these electronic trigger frames that you can get for 50 or 60 bucks. but i still like the good 'ol mechanical frames. i really like this frame and its a litte different because everybody that owns a spyder now has an electronic frame. i guess i would go with the electro frame too if i had the choice back then. but i am happy with my frame. it has a much lighter pull than the original frame, mechanical frame, but it does have a long trigger pull. but i fixed that with a tube of super glue and a chunk of rubber. i have not had any problems with the frame, u cant scratch it or mess up the finish on it, its got this finish on the metal that if it scratches or somethin all you gotta do is rub it and it looks brand new. same with oil, if oil gets on it, just wipe it off, its awsome. this was one of the first upgrades to my gun, and it was well worth it. now, the only badging on my spyder is the one that says safety on and safety off. that and where it says benchmark.
well i like the benchmark frame a lot. when i put the dye sticky grip on there, it is the most comfortable frame and they fit pretty good considering the frame isnt a dye.
i dont give a whole lot of things a 10 so i only gave it a 9, i think its gotta be something special to get a 10, although its close
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, February 11th, 2004 at 5:52 pm PST
Spyder one with 32 degree spring kit, seal kit, low pressure chamber, and grip, Cmi expansion chamber, inline gauge, and bottom line kit, benchmark 45 frame, taso 16" winforce
I love it... the trigger pull is 3 pounds or less solid aluminum frame
The safety is a little strange but still funtionable
The marker that I use had a plastic trigger frame, and it had developed a small crack in it so I shopped around and decided to go with the benchmark 45 frame. I must say it works great. Smooth, short trigger pull, also it has a very sleek look with its anodized finish on the aluminum.
I am really glad that I bought it, it has been a tremendous upgrade on my marker