Function Intimidator Trigger
-Available in Black or Silver
-Fat Blade Style Design
-Extra Thick Diameter Eliminating side to side play
-Extra Wide at Finger Contact point for Maximum Surface area
-Three Externally adjustable set screws allow for micro-switch contact and back travel adjustments
The Function Paintball Intimidator Trigger is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Critical Trigger: tried it and i hated it, stock trigger, techna trigger (best)
Texas Storm Intimidator, WAS 2.7, Function trigger, CP reg, Halo B with Rip Drive and Victory V35 board, 68 45 crossfire nitro
I think that this is one of the best triggers out there for a intimidator. I have used a techna trigger which i thought was the best, a critical trigger and a stock trigger. Out of all of those (except fot the techna trigger) the function trigger was the best of them all. The top 1/2 of it is unplayable but the curve of the trigger is nice and i have my trigger loose so it is bouncey and i can easly shoot ropes with my gun. The only reason somebody wouldn't like this trigger is if they have read reviews without trying the trigger and have already pre made a decision. That is what i did, and when my friend let me shoot his gun that had the function trigger on it i loved it and i immediately traded my critical trigger for the function trigger.
After more use with this trigger i realized how hard it was to keep a constant rope, traded back for my critical and now the gun is better than ever.
Do not get this trigger. It is hard to walk and it is extremely uncomfortable in extensive play.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, November 16th, 2005 at 5:06 pm PST
Function is extremely comfortable in single firing play. You can acheive an extremely short pull.
This trigger is difficult to walk unless you are used to having your fingers spread.
This is an excellent trigger for the player that does not blow through a lot of paint. In rec ball situations it is nice with the short pull as stated above. It is not a good one to have though when playing a little more serious ball or when you are in the mood to go through a case in an hour.
black/yellow fade Dark timmy;
CP roller trigger w/ magnetic return conversion
88/4500 pmi pre-set
halo-b with ndz overdrive/drive cone
Heavy, uncomfortable, sloppy.
This trigger came with my dark so I used it for a period of time untill I got around to shelling out some coin for a new one. there where 3 major things that turned me off from this trigger;
Comfort: the curve on the trigger is hard to play for me. espically since you cant really play the top half of the trigger.
Weight: I like my trigger pulls short and light. because of the weight of this trigger mechanical bounce was a serious issue. with mech. debounce set to max, I could stop shooting and my timmy would keep going for atleast 10 more shots.
Sloppy: there where huge amounts of slop in this trigger. this is more of a preferance thing I guess, I like my triggers nice and sharp.
Overall, I found this trigger to be one of the worst I've use on any gun. some people I know like it, but perosnally it drove me nuts. I changed it for a CP roller and havent looked back since.
CP roller Trigger swoop and stick
Stock Alias Trigger
Blue- Black Fade Dark Intimidator
Infamous Musashi Board
Violent Products Delrin Torpedo Piston
Violent Products Delrin LPR Piston
Scar Face Led Wrap around grips
Dye Titanium Boomstick
Razor Techna Trigger
Halo B w/rip drive and shocktech drive cone
To Big, the top 1/2 is unplayable. try for yourself
don't waste your money on the Function trigger, I only had to put up with it for as long as i did because it came with my dark,...now don't get me wrong i'm not bashing Warped Sportz i think they make some of the best paintball markers and accessories around, guess this was more of like thier "Bad Apple".
Don't Get One EVER!, you'll thank me that you didn't