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Fireball Mountain Delrin Trigger
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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $23

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These super lightweight delrin triggers simply wipe out the competition. Light enough so that no trigger spring is needed, it can pivot right off the microswitch, giving you the lightest pull possible, and still keeping nasty illegal bounce out of the gun. During testing, the rate of fire on the test guns increased 3-6 balls per second using these new triggers! Mad nasty, and inexpensive.
Product Availability 
The Fireball Mountain Delrin Trigger 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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Neko Monday, October 24th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
SP Magno Triggers, Stock Triggers,
Marker Setup: 2k5 Vision Impulse w/ FBM Stiletto Drop, FBM Thorn On/Off, FBM Delrin Trigger, Bob Long Torpy, SP Jackhammer II LPR Combo, SP Tapeworm, FBM Mercury Bolt, FBM Choker Feedneck, Hybrid Contract Killer Grips, Empire Barrel Kit, CenterFlag 68/45, Halo B
Strengths: -LIGHT! Takes away ANY need for a return trigger spring
-Large surface
-Fully, externally adjustable
Weaknesses: -Only avalible in one color
-No roller bearing (would add too much weight anyway)
Review: I'll start by saying that I bought this gun used, after its career in the NPPL under the Misfit Toys. If a gun's used up there, ESPECIALLY an Impulse, it's gotta be good. And it is, thanks mostly to the Delrin Trigger. I prefer a long, light trigger pull, and with this setup, I can drop a pencil on the trigger, and it's sheer weight fires the gun. No bounce. The trigger seems to have the opposite of return speed issues; FBM kept true to their "no-spring" promise.
The surface for walking is smooth and wide, and so after shooting the highest end guns, (Ego's, Timmy's, Shocker's, Pimp's, Freestyle's, etc.) this is still the most comfortable, fastest trigger to me. Never since I got this gun have I felt another trigger as light as mine, or any time before, for that matter. I didn't realize i when I got the gun, but I'll never get rid of my Impulse; right off the bat it was child's play to get out 14+bps.
Conclusion: FBM, in my opinion, makes good stuff. This trigger is no exception; I have them on three of my guns. They are my favorite triggers for any gun, from any maker. Recommended over any trigger for the Impulse, the popular CP Roller included. If you're thinking of a trigger, this is the way to go. The CP's pull may be smoothest, but won't come out ahead when both are tested for speed. 10/10; the unquestioned best trigger for the Impulse.
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