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New Designz Ion Aluminum Roller Saw Trigger Reviews
New Designz has done it again - this time for the Ion!
Pre and post travel
Trigger switch activation adjuster
Dual roller bearings
Includes precision ground pin and allen key
Adjustable magnetic force - remove one or both magnets for little or no magnetic force
The New Designz Ion Aluminum Roller Saw Trigger is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Smart Parts Ion
Blue alluminium NDZ body & regulator
Ez On-off button blue
Virtue Red Eyes
Shocktech mini Drop down
Shocktech Asa On/off
very little pull distance
This trigger is one of the top triggers made for ions. in fact, i thinki ts the best one. the curved design allows your fingers to be in a very comfortable position and makes it very easy to walk, the trigger can be carefully adjusted to achieve the most minimum pull distance wich will allow for the max rate of fire you can give.
the trigger is very light weight and easy to pull. even the desing is great!
I believe this is the best trigger made for an ion.
dust red punisher ion 15 degree asa, palmer's stab, lucky stage 1,2, & 3, blackheart board, sp QEV, new designz saw trigger, stainless freak w/t 14" tip
psycho ballistics autococker, palmer's stab
45/68 crossfire HP
Swoops forwards, Fast, VERY adjustable
Takes time toget set up "just right", $$, magnet seems a little weak
Got sick of the stock trigger because it felt "funny" when i went to rip with it.
Tried a few triggers on other guys guns to see what type i prefered. Found that "swoop" triggers sat in the right spot for my fingers to rip the trigger. Read some reviews for this trigger and thought it would be what i was looking for.
Took about 2 hours of tinkering to get the trigger set up where i like it. Red loc-tited it so that it will not change (found that the bottom screw does "drift")
Very impressed with how fast i can get the gun going in semi
If you cannot find a trigger that works for you, try this one
Black Ion: Q lock low rise, CP reg, S/T drop and on/off, NDZ QEV, NDZ saw trigger, Dye Stickeygrips,68/3000PMI
-Doesnt have any side to side motion like the stock trigger
I have a NDZ aluminum saw trigger, and I love it. I have only used it around 5(?) times, and it is great. It doesnt move side to side like the plastic stock trigger, and the trigger stop on it is plastic unlike the metal trigger stop on the stock one that scratches a little grove where it hits. This trigger speeds up my ROF, and looks cool. It is also very adjustable. You can adjust the length of the trigger stop, and the contact rod thing that touches the switch.
This is a good buy to replace the stock trigger. IMO, it is the best AM trigger out there. It isnt the easiest to install, but once its in, it is easy to adjust and pull. I love this trigger, and recommend it to every Ion owner out there. It gets a 10 because it is THE BEST.
Stock trigger, i learned to walk on the stock, switching to the saw is a little weird.
Black custom Smartparts ION
Black custom body
CP 1.5"drop forward
CP Roller Saw trigger
Bob Long Torpedo 2 reg
ANS 68/4500 fiber wraped tank
DYE Rhino cover
DYE Sticky grip
Smart parts Q-lock
Evolution 2 (EGG) forcefed hopper
Metal, kool looking, soft plastic on trigger adjustment screw so it doesn't scratch.
Kinda weird to walk, have to really adjust so it doesn't debounce
I needed a new trigger and the the only trigger i'd ever tried for an ion was the New designs
roller saw on a friends gun. it's a little weird trying to walk the trigger with the bottom
sticking out so far, but i think i'll get the hang of it soon.
it looks great on my gun and as soon as i get the hang of it, it'll rip.
It's descent, but if your going to buy a trigger or a product that is totally prefrence, try before you buy. i gave it a ten because though it's awkward, there are no problems with the manufacturing or the anodizing.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 19th, 2006 at 8:57 pm PST
Smart Parts Ion
Smart Parts AA Barrel
New Designz Saw Trigger
New Designz Clamping Neck
Advantage PB QEV
Techt T Ion Bolt
CP Shorty Regulator
CP Drop and On/Off
Crossfire 68ci 4500 psi Tank
Empire Reloader B
SOON TO COME ~ VIRTUE BOARD
Super smooth motion, Awesome look, awesome feel,
It gets a litlle time to get used to, but overall its better
The trigger on this thing is awesome, it feels greak, No side to side movement. It takes a little time to get used to but when you get used to it, you can shoot ropes. I shoot on adverage about 15 bps, but now on adverage i am about 17 because of this trigger. This thing dosent juss preform awesome, but it looks amazing. The instilation is a little hard to do, but once you know what to do its nothing.
This is a great upgrade for an Ion owner. It takes a little time to get used to but it is well worth it. Buy asap...
so i recently bought this trigger for my ion and wow... i never knew how flat it sat on the gun
this trigger is the hardest ever to walk and to walk it it screws up your shooting posture and makes more of ur body vulnerable to getting hit
i recomend no getting this trigger, i like NDZ but this trigger just flat out sucks
Red NDZ on/off and feedneck
CP two piece
Metal, no bounce, adjustibilty.
Well, I had felt that my stock trigger was bearable, but I had just gotten some money to blow, so I decided to get a trigger, I had my heart set on a CP slingblade, but my shop talked me into getting this one. First off this has no side to side play, it has an incredibly short pull which I love and with the magnet in it is heaven. I don't have any bounce problems even with my pull set up like it is.
Its a nice trigger, there is one and only one I would recommend over it and that is the VP scythe, but if you want a nice trigger that doesn't cost $60 get this.
Ion w/Freak Jr, q-lock feedneck, QEV, Firebolt, NDZ Saw trigger, Psychoballistics Z Drop with ASA on/off, Stratos 4500/68ci
Adjustability, solid feel
Some might not like the style
This trigger is so much better than the stock trigger. Little to no side to side play, solid feel, great adjustability. I had no problems adjusting to this trigger as other reviewers have. I can rip with this thing. I wish I upgraded earlier as the Ion stock trigger is quite horrible.
Installation is a breeze. Just hammer out the trigger pin and install.
Great price (you can find it for $13 on some sites), great product. Allows easy walking of the trigger.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, October 14th, 2009 at 8:55 am PST
Smart Parts Ion
Redz body kit (White)
Q-Lock feed neck
Smart Parts on/off ASA
Diablo TSA LED loader
All American 14" Front
Freak 16" Front
All American back
NDZ Saw Roller Trigger (Silver)
-No Back and forth Woble
-Has a good Feel
-None that I know of
Compared to the stock trigger, this one is amazing. No side wobble at all, which is awesome. I also looks sweet, which is a bonus. It also increases my rate of fire by a pretty good amount. I haven't had the chance to play with this trigger in a game, only shoot at targets and it works great compared to stock trigger so far.
I'm giving this trigger a 9 because nothing is perfect.
Black/Blue Ion: Black Shocktech Shell, 12" Powerlyte Scepter Barrel, VP NDZ Saw trigger, NDZ Breach, Virtue on/off power sticker, NDZ QEV, Blue NDZ Clamping Feedneck, Kila Reaction Detents, Lucky Stage 1 LBM w/ Bolt Stop, Blue Stage 2, Blue/Back Unimount, Blue Hybrid Contract Killer Grips, NDZ Scorpion frame, Evolve PI Reg, Smoke LCD Apache, Crossfire 68/45k.
Cool looks and easy to walk one you get a hang of it.
I got this trigger because my VP wouldn't work w/ my Scorpion frame. At first i didn't really care much for it but once you air up and use try it it's very nice. Easy to walk and has a nice feel to it that grows on you.
This my third trigger not counting the stock one and while not as nice as a VP imo it's still pretty good. I'd try one out though before you buy one if you can since triggers are big on personal preference.