Critical Paintball's Spyder MG Trigger Kit features our signature style trigger for the popular Spyder line of markers. The trigger fits the Pilot and Imagine line of markers. It includes a drop-in lightweight replacement lever micro switch. This trigger is so fast that you will max out the stock board.
- Complete Trigger Kit
- Drop-In Lightwieght Lever Micro Switch
- Super Fast Ergonomic Shape
The Critical Paintball Spyder MG Trigger Kit is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Spyder Pilot ACS [red]
Trinity Front Block [black, 15* back]
AKA 2L Regulator
AKA Tornado Valve
ACP Delrin Striker
Scenario Dreams T-Board Ver. C
DOP Drop Forward
Trinity Feedneck [black]
Dye Stickies [black]
Maddog Spring Kit
Halo B w/ Rip Drive
Critical MG Trigger [black]
Adjustable at 3 points
Removes Stock Spring
Nothing worth mentioning.
So naturally when I got my ACS I was unsatisfied with the trigger pull. 250g I believe it is [don't quote me on that]. So I went out and spent the money on a Scenario Dreams 50g, which worked great. Especially for the price. But I always hated the stock trigger, and even with a spring mod it was still a little heavy on the pull.
I went searching for a trigger and found limited options. But when I saw the Critical MG I immediately liked it. It had a nice shape, and looked great in black. Also, it came with a different kind of switch. One that had the spring attached, eliminating the inner spring. This also acts as a lever on the switch allowing for a less than mouse lick pull. Plus it had three adjustment positions. It had the normal idle position on top [which too be honest can be a little tricky to get to, the trigger gets in the way, a little], as well as the normal stopping position only instead of in the center it was angled towards the lower, curved part of the frame. Then it has the middle adjustment point that allows you to adjust tension on the lever spring. In the end you can get the trigger set to your liking, and thatís all that matters.
So I bought it. $40 USD, not too bad. I got it, and immediately installed it. I've installed a switch before so it was quick, but it shouldn't be difficult anyways, its just 3 little pins. Use a small screwdriver and a hammer. Once in I starting dry firing it [naturally] and the difference [from the SD 50g] was amazing. Once adjusted it was very easily walkable. Pull is smooth, and I like the shape. With my t-board I was able to reach a pretty decent ROF [thatís with help of a the halo too]. I never got an exact reading, but I could tell.
Personally I find it to be comfortable, fast, and well designed. If you're looking for a trigger, buy the Critical MG.
Awesome trigger, well worth the $40. A definite buy for anyone who wants a new trigger and/or switch.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, June 21st, 2007 at 3:23 pm PST