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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $70

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Grip Styx grip frames…comfort, performance and style in one complete package! Grip Styx grip frames are the world's first break for the standard 45 style replacement frames. Using a new, patented grip angle with a built-in, mini drop forward, players achieve better comfort and optimal tank positioning. The Grip Styx frames all come standard with full wrap around rubber grips manufactured by Hogue exclusively for Powerlyte. Each frame also sports high gloss anodizing and inlaid logos. And, triggers and safeties come standard on most models. Get a grip on a Grip Styx.
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The Powerlyte Grip Styx Bushmaster Double is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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lil'weezy Monday, December 27th, 2004
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4 years
Products Used:
stock trigger frame, compares in trigger feel
Marker Setup: now i use a 03 bko w/ 04 board capped at 15bps for tournament use, 14" 32 degrees ice cold barrel, powerlyte grip styx frame, dye boom stick, 32 degrees grips, 12vt revy w/ x-board, 32 degrees drop forward/ on/off adapter, shockteck bolt
Strengths: Its real lite
adds to your rate of fire
has a good feel
Weaknesses: Trigger doesnt wiggle as much as the stock frame
Review: I bought the trigger frame from, 800paintball, and it came in 3 days and the inscrutions for set up really helped me to put the frame on since im use to mags which ive been using for 3 years. When i finally got the sucker on i put on my drop forward and noticed it sat up a bit further and for me that was a plus because that ment i could hug the bunkers tighter and have not too much profile wen i snap shoot. I also noticed that the frame had an slight angle to it that helps you walk and fan the trigger better by putting ur wrist back off the trigger shoe. Wen i finally hooked everything up i gassed my bko up and put on my jt spectra's and headed out to the field i constructed. The first thing i noticed when i fired th gun, the trigger didnt hav that wobble that helps me ramp up on shots. But it was okayed by the fact that you could adjust the trigger frame for a hair line trigger pull. With my friend crono, i noticed my rof fire climbed from 11 to the maximum 16(my gun is capped for tournery's) w/o too much effort. The only problem was i had to trade loaders and shoot a egg2. But after playing ghetto scenarios i found out that the grips are very comfortable and they dont sweat your hands that bad
Conclusion: this is a good trigger frame and it ups your rate of fire by also giving your wrist the comfort it needs. For $72 bucks you should buy this frame
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, December 29th, 2004 at 6:51 am PST
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