Critical Impact Trigger for the Smart Parts NXT Shocker
Dual Ball Bearing Pivot Point (using a ultra smooth high quality bearing)
Ultra light weight design
Ergonomically correct design
Integrated adjustable reverse polarity magnetic return
Rounded and smooth edges (fully radiused)
Super smooth and very, very fast
Fits the Smart Parts NXT Shocker
Four way adjustable trigger, magnet tension, switch activation point, rear travel stop, and trigger angle
Available in dust black, dust red, dust blue and silver dust.
The Critical Paintball NXT Impact Trigger for the NXT Shocker is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
- stock trigger
- venom dm4 trigger
- other s style bearing triggers
Olive Shocker NXT w/ freak back, critical trigger, APE board.
- No friction...at all
- bearing and magnet
- Price? you get what you pay for
- Magnet install
- No instruction
Awesome Trigger! Sofa king fast sofa king smoooth! It's cuz the magnet battery combo, I mean absolutley no friction at all. I researched other triggers and couldnt find one with a magnet return like this. Shape perfect. Weight good. Completley adjustable. 4 points of articulation gets it exactlly where you want it. On semi it feels like I'm ramping cuz of how fast I shoot. It's incredible (and no, it's not bounce)
The magnet install suxd cuz I didnt take the whole gun apart. I dropped my glue covered magnet in my gun and made a huge mess. Some nail polish remover cleaned it up and a little patience got it in. Not going to mark the rating down cuz of my hotdog like fingers
Price is expensive but worth it. I'm telling you NO FRICTION=worth it. Not going to mark it down for this either and I'm the biggest cheapo there is...if that tells you anything
Awesome buy it if you can afford it. perfect 10
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, September 7th, 2007 at 2:50 pm PST
Wide(compared to the CP)
Easy to adjust
A little pain in the ass to install the magnet
It`s a little difficult to install the magnet unless you haven`t done it before,as in my case,because of lack of instruction for exactly where the magnet should the lubed in the trigger area....but i think i finally got it right,after some minutes of scratching head,and wonderings....and make sure don`t use to much of the super lube in the trigger area/magnet...it lubes just about any surfaces together,even your fingers,and you to pull the skin to get em loose....after that`s done just adjust the trigger to your liking....it may be bouncy when you first get in the marker it,but after some adjusting of pre-post travel,activation point,magnet tension it rocks.....
And the price....quite expensive,but worth it.....!!!
If you have a worn out spring trigger,look no further,Critical paintball really delivers quality trigger`s such as this one,it`s the only magnet trigger i know of yet
I give it a 9 because nothing is perfect and the lack of install manual for it