Unimount and FBM power angle
No trigger pin - they use a rolled up sheet of metal
Ok I didn't want to pay $40 for a trigger, but I did and I don't regret it. It came in a nice package with clear instructions which is always a good thing. The sheet of metal that is in place of a solid pin could cause problems if you have to take the trigger on and off. The trigger can be adjusted for flipped or non-flipped switches, so you don't need to flip your switch. The reason I put plastic as a weakness is that you can't use any type of thread locker once you adjust your trigger settings, so you may need to readjust every once in a while. I like how you can adjust the magnet on the trigger. It's really light and I can set my trigger very tight with out bouncing. I switched out the stock trigger screws only because the way I set my trigger I needed the longer screws. The trigger pull is very smooth and light. It says that you don't need the magnet in order to use the trigger, but I feel you might get more bounce that way and I don't want to get DQ'd.
This is a great trigger for the price. I was looking into getting the CP but I couldn't resist the lighter composite trigger. The pictures on their website doesn't do them justice..they look a lot better in person.
External Magnetetic resistance adjustment
I put one of these triggers (rake) on my 03 shcoker and it is fast, made of a strong light plastic and the best feuter is that you can adjust the magnetic resistance on the gun without taking the board out.
- With the stock trigger it comes stiff and hard to play with, these triggers are designed so that you can slip an allen wrench through the trigger to adjust the resistance.
Light fast, and makes the resistance easy to adjust.