Two dual roller bearing versions to suit your every need. One that curves forward, the bottom is the "Sabre" and the other is one on top is the "Edge" blade. Adjust pre, post travel, spring and switch activation.
* Dual roller bearings for a precise, snappy ultra smooth trigger pull
* Unique styling, with smooth radiused finger section for ultra comfort
* All screws are stainless steel
* Loctite (serviceable) is pre-applied to all screws for an added bonus
* Yield higher rates of fire due to its lighter weight and friction free bearing pivot point
* Comes pre-packaged with allen key
The New Designz Intimidator Roller Triggers are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
Lucky 15 Barrel
First one came with stripped screw.
I first received the Edge style trigger with a stripped screw and was very disappointed. I received a replacement a few days later, installed it, adjusted it, and played. It definitely increased my rate of fire. It was a lot easier to both shoot strings and snap. I also have the magnet kit so the trigger return is very quick. The only thing I can say is wow, just wow. I recently adjusted the trigger so that I can't even see it moving when I fire. It's even faster than before, but I had to increase my debounce a bit. The trigger is amazing.
I highly recommend this trigger even over the CPs. It is fast, adjustable, and simply unbelievable. Even though the first one was broken, I still give it a 10.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 9th, 2007 at 11:51 am PST
nd feed neck,nd trigger
lots of different colors
I havent had no problems with it
This trigger is the best one I have ever had the only thing I have to compare it with is the stock triggers that i have used and a cp trigger in my ion and it feels way better than the stock triggers and is almost equal to my cp trigger
Critical Trigger, CP Triggers (new and old style), Assassins Trigger. They are all pretty similar.
Plenty of adjustments
The shape is not for everyone
The trigger I have is the sabre. It's the one that curves out towards the front of the trigger guard. It has a very similar shape to the Critical trigger and the CP Sling Blade. The Critical trigger is a little bigger and heavier than the other two (if that really matters) but has less of an extreme curve to it. The roller bearing is like the Criticals in that it's only one piece instead of two like on the CP and it uses the stock Intimidator trigger pin unlike the CP design.
The trigger is very smooth, much like all the other bearing triggers. Personally, I think the trigger has too much curve it it, I think the Critical strikes the best balance. You basically have to have your fingers at a funny angle to get the most out of this. There's only a little side-to-side play, and personally I think that's for the best to minimize the chance of the trigger wanting to sieze up or drag at any point. One of the best features is the foreward travel trigger stop, most triggers just let the top of the trigger hit the frame and that's that.
There's nothing wrong with the trigger, I just recommend trying one of each style before you buy one, especially the Sabre due to it's odd shape.