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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $33

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Want the fastest roller trigger for your PMR? Well look no further. This popular profile has been seen on many of the high end markers. Carved from a solid block of aircraft grade aluminum, is this sleek trigger. One that is destined to be a popular hit.

-True dual roller bearings for super smooth trigger pulls
-Super comfort profile
-Pre and post travel adjustments
-Packaged with hardware, includes allen key
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The New Designz Proto Rail Blade Trigger is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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daniel1697855 Saturday, March 17th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 years9 of 9 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Boos blade on my evo and tested the stock trigger on the pmr (hated it)
Marker Setup: Main gun PMR: -Stock bord
-Hyper 2 stock reg
-phat mini dropforward w/on-off
-14" CP 2 Piece
-Vlocity jr with Ganstar Chip
-68-3000 PMI HP Fiber tank, 68-4500 Crossfire LP
-New Designz ASA with guage port
-and the end all to end all upgrades the New Designz Blade trigger

Back up gun EVO:
-boss blade trigger
-boss bolt
-CP reg
-phat mini dropforward w/on-off
-CP 14" barrel
-Extream rage vertical feed Neck
-Crossfire 68-3000 hp tank w/empire tank cover
-Egg 2 hopper with z-bord
Strengths: Light, easy to set, Easy to install, smooth pull, more room for walking the trigger.
Weaknesses: Is being to perfict a weakness??
Review: I have used this thing 4 times now and every time I love it more and more. I have been playing at Killer paintball's indoor field in Mi every Friday for the last for weeks and I seem to be grabbing a lot of attention from the other PMR owners that still have the stock trigger.
Let a guy empty a hopper to see what he thought and got offered his old ego (not sure what year or if it even worked). I have my pull so extremely light I gotta hole the outer edge of my trigger guard at the start or when moving from bunker to bunker or ill set it off. The size of this trigger allows for a lot more finger room for walking. Setting the pre travel and post travel is simple and can be set a lot shorter then the stock trigger.

- Instillation of the trigger.
- First you need to remove the Body from the trigger frame and to do so you need to undo the screw in the back and the screw in-between the Vertical AsA and the trigger guard then remove the Vertical AsA .
- Next you need to LIGHTLY tap out the old pin for the trigger because your gonna be using the one the provided by NDZ.
- Next you need to remove the Trigger guard to do this there is a screw on the inner part of the frame where the Bord and battery is located then on in the top part of the frame not hard to find
- I would suggest disconnecting the eyes from the Bord because it will allow for a little more play when taking out the old trigger and installing the new one.
- Pull out the old trigger from the under side and slide in the NDZ blade from the underside and LIGHTLY tap in the new pin. The reason for using the new pin is for a smoother pull I tried the old pin and it just didn't feel right but I know some might like it so you can try both and see how it feels to you.
- Once installed follow the same steps in reverse order to put the frame back together and if you disconnected the eyes from the Bord MAKE SURE YOU PUT THEM BACK IN.

- Playing with your new trigger settings
- just like the old trigger you can set how short or how long the Pre and post travel will be, Left / Counter clock will move the travel screws out and Right / Clockwise will move them in just play with them till you hit the desired travel on both screws.
- I have mine set at the bare minimum of shortness if I turn the upper screw in a mm it wont fire is I set the lower screw out a mm it wont fire.
- I like it light and short just be-careful with a setting like this if you’re a front guy and you make a break for a bunker or you might shoot your self. I try to grab the outer part of the trigger guard when im running from bunker to bunker so I don't shoot my self or a team mate.

All-in all this is a great trigger for the PMR. Super smooth Easy to set and install easy to maintain (as triggers go) just one of the best all around upgrade's you can get for the PMR. I do suggest trying a lot of different settings for this trigger and find the one you like the best I doubt you Will be disappointed

(up date 4-16-07) OK so I have been using this Sense the 2nd Friday in February and the more I use it the more I love it. I have been playing with my trigger settings a little more and finely found my sweet spot. The roller system on this thing is phenomenal such a light pull and soooooooo smooth. I let one of the refs at my local field shoot a few hopers to get a feel for it at the crono and he just about died at how fast it was ( granted a lot of it is the marker ). the more I play with this the more I love it people that are thinking of buying the pmr buy this at the same time so you wont need to worry about buying a new trigger later.
Conclusion: OK this has got to be the endall to endall triggers for the PMR. It's The smoothest looking trigger i have seen for it. For the money and looks and easy of use there no excuse not to buy it.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010 at 12:24 pm PST
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TheArsonist21 Monday, April 9th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock Trigger
Marker Setup: PMR, ND Blade so far..
Strengths: Real smooth, and it has a pre pull and trigger stop built into it.
Weaknesses: None
Review: OK so I bought this with the gun, becuause I really like blade triggers. And the stock trigger is kind of flimsy in my opinion. So I installed this thing, which took about 5 mins.

Its very, very simple to install and also it comes with the pin and a little allen wrench to adjust the screws that are in the trigger. I personally removed the trigger spring completely, and my pull is less than 2MM. It feels like a mouse click now.

I really like the feel of this trigger, and it looks great with my gun. Made my walking speed go a lot higher to, as its easier to use. Very well made!

Conclusion: I highly reccommend this trigger, as its inexpensive and it comes with a pin, allen key, and it has dual ball bearings installed. Very nice trigger!
Rating:
10 out of 10
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