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Worr Game Products Black Magik Flame Trigger Reviews
Gloves won't fit on the top wedge of trigger
Most people don't think much of buying a new trigger since the hinge is just fine on an autococker. I wouldn't have bought it if I didn't find it for 4 dollars on firstcall paintball. But I did so I jumped at the opportunity of adding to my order. Well, the trigger came and I put it on my frame. There really isn't a difference in the trigger pull, none that I can notice anyway. It just looks great. Simple enough. Also, WGP sells them in all standard cocker colors to match your gun which looks very nice. The way the trigger angles your index finger slightly also feels nice for me, may or may not for others. The only real downside to the trigger is that the way the top of it wedges in makes the room between the top of the frame and wedge in the trigger too small for people who wear their gloves with trigger fingertips still on. I but cut the fingers off my c4's anyway since it's more comfortable for me, but those of you who don't like playing without glove fingers might not like the feel of the trigger very much.
A very nice looking trigger but no huge difference from the hinge trigger except the look. I'd say if you have some money to blow or find it cheap, go for it.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, March 21st, 2005 at 2:29 pm PST
2k3 Mini Black Magic
STO Kaner Barrel kit
Nexus Upgrade kit
It does have a "unique" feel to it
It is not easy to fan.
Well let me set one thing straight this does not shorten your trigger pull the 3-way shortens the trigger pull, that being said there really isn't much to say about it. It doesn't really improve your rate of fire. I guess people can say it is walkable but I find it rather hard, mostly due to the design, but on autocockers you really shouldn't be walking the trigger because of the possibility you might short stroke it. I use it to double tap nothing more nothing less.
Cosmetic upgrade, it does not improve anything besides the looks.
2003 Black Autococker
Black Magic Flame Trigger
Centerflag Hyperflow 68/3000
CP Flame Drop
there really isnt much to say about this because its just a trigger.
ok first things first.
do NOT get this trigger solely (sp?) on looks. because its point is not for looks but for performance. i got this trigger because the blade like triggers (flat) cramp up my hand and INSTEAD of spending like 100 somethin bucks on the Dye Swing i got this for like 25. see i prefer a trigger thats protruding a lil like at a slant (like the dye swing) but since im a cheapo, i got this instead. looks are a plus too. its a really good investment for cheap and it boosted my ROF big time.
get this if blade triggers annoy you and you want a slanted trigger.
Custom autococker: Advance Concept body, JT 14in two piece barrel, WGP black magic regulator, orracle tickler, orracle 3 way, STO ram, WGP hinge frame w/ flame trigger, WGP cocking rod, WGP delrin bolt, dye mini drop w/ 3a on|off ASA, Eclipse valve, PMI 68 45 compress air tank, and egg II.
The unique milling of the flame trigger says it all.
Tight squeeze for finger to fit on the top of the trigger.
This is just a trigger, however, the WGP flame trigger provides an interesting look for the WGP hinge frame. Not only the look is great but is great for certain players. I for one like it for it's slight tiltness like a swing trigger which provides a better comfortable trigger pull. Also, the reason I bought this trigger was mainly because if it's price. I got this trigger for only $7 off eBay which i find very profiting because it gave my autococker a great look and gave me a more comfortable feel when pulling the trigger.
Great for any player that's looking to spice up the looks of their markers!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, June 17th, 2005 at 10:07 pm PST
Green 2k3 VF Autococker
Evil Venturi Bolt
68/3000 Carbon Fibre
Dye Sticky Grip
Looks and Feel
the flame trigger dosent really help in performance its pretty much for feel and looks
the stock slide trigger felt pretty bad since its just flat, the flame puts ur fingers off-set wich gives it a nice feel. It also looks awsome when its on. Its much cheaper than spending like 200 buks on a new dye trigger frame.
With my 3-way the trigger pull is soo awsome so when getting this if u got a good 3-way its even better.
I recomend this product for ppl who dont want to spend tons of money on a whole new trigger frame, and want to make ur trigger frame look totally awsome.
stock hinge trigger - cool, but uncomfortable
piranha trigger - comfy but HUGE pull and it's PLASTIC
Red 2k3 cocker w/ jam enterprises anti-chop bolt, black magic flame trigger
soon to come - cam adjustment knob, powerlyte speedline barrel, maybe the pneumatics
comfy, smaller trigger pull, looks wicked
looks might not appeal to everyone, but i like it.
It improves on all aspects of the stock trigger - looks, pull length, and it's actually really comfortable. I was a little skeptical about it being any better, but it's better than the stock in every way. I got it for for $15 which i thought was really good for what I was getting.
Definitly buy it - It turns heads, gives you a faster bps, and is a lot easier on your trigger fingers.
Blue 2002 STO Atucocker
12" Dye Boomsticks, large and small bore, glued, anno'ed to match
WGP hinge frame with flame trigger
WGP Ergo Reg
System X Cradle
PMI 68/3000 fiber wrapped n2 tank
Smoke Empire Reloader
looks great, very comfortable
Looks great. Its far more comfortable than the stock trigger. The verticle trigger is somehow very bad feeling, and I seemed to short stroke it quite a bit. The flame trigger looks amazing (blue trigger on blue gun), but definatly it just feels better.
and i need more words on this. I guess its personal preference, but i noticed a great performance increase with the addition of this trigger. Up ROF, down shortstroking
buy it because the stock trigger is uncomfortable. Good looks come as a nice side effect.
'03 WGP vert feed Autococker
- Orracle delrin bolt
- Shocktech front block
- Shocktech rebuildable ball detent
- Dye beaver tail
- Torpedo on/off drop forward
- BLACK MAGIK TRIGGER
- Better feel
- Better pull
- No complaints
I much prefer the Black Magik trigger over the stock hinge triggers that come with autocockers for one specific reason.
I found that the stock trigger sits really far back in the trigger frame, and I found out from use that you don't get the maximum amount of force possible when you pull the trigger when it sits that far back.
With the design of the black magik trigger, it brings the trigger forward and slants it forward too, forcing you to place your fingers further out on the trigger, giving you more power when you pull back. I found this was much more comfortable, and that I was able to fire slightly faster with less short stroking.
This isn't a must have upgrade, but if you're into looks and comfort then the Black Magik trigger is a nice touch to bring to your autococker. It gets a 9.0 from me, just because there are better triggers out there but you'll have to buy the trigger frame to get it.
32* Flame Drop
47/30 Pure Energy
This trigger, I must say, looks freaking sweet. The Flame matches perfectly with my drop. It also is very comfy. I like the feeling of both fingers not being level. I'm not sure, but I think the design allows me to shoot faster (or I might just be getting better).
I had to pay for it. I wish they would put this on the gun stock for all of their cockers, but all preference of these triggers.
A good buy, if you like it buy it, if you don't, look elsewhere. Simple.