Very nice feel, and it takes out the side to side play
A complete pain in the ashe to install
This trigger is very cheap and a worthy upgrade for any bushy/defiant, but if you don't know what your doing then you should cough up the xtra buck for a profesional install. A complete pain in the ashe to install, especially if you put a punch pin through your micro-switch and have to use the replacement one from radioshack that isn't big enough, which requires you to use a bench grinder to grind down nuts and bolts to wedge between the microswitch and the frame sides.
I would recomend again that if you know what your doing, then its okay for you to install it yourself otherwise cough up the extra buck for a professional installation
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 1st, 2003 at 4:13 pm PST
- Removes more side to side play
- More adjustable than stock
- More comfy contact points
- Ugly (in my humble opinion)
- Difficult to walk
- Still has some slop
It may just be personal opinion, but the stock trigger in some respects felt better to me than the vapor trigger. I can honestly say this is the only vapor product I really don't like that much. It's just a strange feeling trigger... there's not much more to be said.
An essentially pointless upgrade. If you want to get a better trigger, get a new frame.
ugh.. 20th time filling this out
vapor b2k with freak and armageddon
minimag tricked chrome with freak.. lots more, dont want to write it
nice trigger, little mroe comfortable
not really that different from stock! Mine doesn't have spring adjustment
well, i bought mine back in the day, and it was pretty nice. I sent in my bushy to get vaporized, so i cant tell you about installation. i did notice it is a little fatter at the bottom, which i like. it also seemed to have a little less slop. dont be fooled though, it still has plenty. they may have fixed this, however. and after ive looked around at otehr bushy triggers, i realized that this was the plainest one out there. They have added a third adjustment to it, but there are stil better ones out there. for instance, zentram makes a magnetic trigger! im lookin into getting that soon. 4 way adjustable, how can you beat that... look into it boys and girls. dont get me wrong, htis is a good trigger, but not really that innovative. uniqueness is the name of the game.
still keeps slop from the stock (may ahve fixed in newer versions)
adds a little bit to the end of trigger, i like
3 way adjustable on the new versions