The Trident is an electronically linked, three barrel, machine gun for use in Scenario Paintball games. It has an all aluminum framing with a custom built Triplet hopper. The Triplet Hopper has a built-in 12V agitator and can feed 15 bps per neck. At its maximum firing rate, the Trident will reach 45 bps.The Trident is actually three Spyder Paintball Markers linked electronically.
In Semi-auto mode, each pull of the trigger will fire one marker once. The next pull of the trigger will fire the next marker once. And so on.
Each light indicates which marker is firing. Because this marker can fire in semi-auto mode, it is no different that a regular marker and should be acceptable to most field owners.
HPA tanks are recommended for high firing rates and the Trident will accept 3 Warp feeders if mounted under the gun.
When any of the upper thumb buttons are depressed and the trigger pulled, the Trident goes into full-auto mode. The rate of fire can be adjusted from 3bps to 45 bps with the turn of the rate dial located on the side of the handgrip.
The Scenario Dreams Trident is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Blue Ion, Virtue Board, Dye UltraLite 16in custom ano, 72/4500 Maxflo system,
Halo B w/ Rip drive, Dye Reg, and on certain days a q-loader
Ego, custom black gold fade, Stiffi, Halo B, Dye reg, and maxflo system
Blue DMC, 14in Dye UL w/ custom anno, 72/3000 air tank, q-loader/ Halo B w/ rip
Barrels, q-loaders, acs bolts.
Fast, and fast
HEAVY, mows right through paint,price maybe
My local shop had this and setups to make your own. They had this thing and I thought it was three guns on a rack. They told me it was the trident. I asked if I could hold it, they handed it to me and it was a tad heavy. They let me go back to the chrono room and let me test it. It was crazy fast. The trigger was kinda weird though, it was like a joy stick. All you did to fire was press the little trigger in front, for full auto you press the little top button and pull the trigger, it started out probably going 30 to warm up then all of a sudden it just started spitten out reballs like crazy. The chrono said it was going 35, I was amazed, the guy said they had it set at 35 cause thats as fast as they allow in the local scenario games. He adjusted it to full speed. I thought it was goin fast the first time but I was wrong. It did the warm up then it went crazy, it slowed down a bit then totaly lit up, the chrono said 45 and I was like dam. It was the fastest gun I had ever fired. They said they used it on their scenario tanks, and their entire team had one, their name made since after I heard their teams name "Paint Rain". The only problem I had was it was a tad bit of an air hog. It wasn't for the people that liked to conserve paint either.
It's fast, heavy, and fast, if your hard into scenario play get one.
-Smart Parts Ion :: Insanity Double Trigger :: Empire II e-Hopper (button) :: Hedgehog Hyprid Clamp Neck :: Dye Ultralite 16"
I didnt think it needed anything, except maybe a carraige, or a case....
Accurate for its speed
Weighs at LEAST 7 lbs.
I went to a local Panther Game Scenario where one of our team members had a trident and a spotter (a side-kick basically). I went in a top shoot window with my Phantom and picked off two people and then the area I was in got lit up. The Trident Crew came up and said, "mind if we change things up?" and I just nodded and stared at their odd gun, they popped up in the window, the spotter fed his compressed air and q-loaders for each gun and the gun started shooting. The only way I could describe it is like if you vibrated your tounge on the roof of your mouth as fast as possible. There wasnt a space of sound in between the shots and the paint just went flying,he must've went thru 300 rds of paint in 5 seconds... The shooter turned and said, "Ok, I cleared out the shop (which was filled with 7 people) and I got thier sniper (which was in a pin-prick whole 200 ft away), you should do some damage now" And then he moved to the window next to mine... I ended up getting 15 people easy, including 2 medics, the game was a landslide victory. And I thank it in a major part to the trident crew...
GREAT PRODUCT, but requiring 2 people to even carry and use it around the field isnt a plus...
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That double barreled typhoon thing
Spyder Esprit same gun as the one used in the trident
j&j ceramic barrel
T board verc
Blue colored break beam eyes
This gun is 3 upgraded markers hooked together.
what else do you need other than
A guy carring thousands of paintballs to feed this beast
and a couple extra hpa tanks
Over 80 bps that alone is a reason to buy this gun
EATS paint like a black hole
SUCKS air like a black hole
I was at a scenario game when the trident came out. I was in the same building and all I could do was watch the triple ropes of paint lashing out at the exposed other team. We were using red fill field paint so this probably looked alot like D-Day. You could here the other team screaming. We took out half their team of 200 in the space of 1 min.
Now to the technical aspects.
-The markers used in this projects are spyder esprits which are ok guns by themselves
-The Esprits are upgraded with verc tboards
-Custom hopper that holds something like 400-600 balls
-Break beam eyes
-You fire using a joystick
-There are 4 modes
1 semi auto cycling this means that 1 ball per pull of the trigger but it is cycled through each marker
2 semi auto all this means 1 ball per marker but it fires all three at once
3 Full auto cycling full auto dividing the work between the three markers
4 Full auto all First of this will make the air fill with paint this will fire 3 ball at once at something like 29 bps.
If you have a paintball tank or you play alot of woods/ scenario ball get this gun.
If you can buy this gun buy it. It will pay for itself by adding years to your life while watching other players scream and run for cover.
Dominate with this gun.
Make sure you got the money for paint and air