This beautifully made sear is precision made on a CNC machine. It is then polished and individually hardened for maximum durability and slickness of operation. The engaging face of the sear is then polished to a higher degree by hand and the roller bearing is added to the face that engages the trigger plate which reduces friction considerably.
The Belsales Performance Equalizer Roller Sear is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
2002 RED Autococker
Dye 2-finger hinge trigger - chrome
Smart Parts drop forward with Dye Aiport on/off ASA
ANS GenX-2 reg
All Evolution (Belsales) parts made for the Autococker
Smooth and made my trigger pull almost hair senstive, with the rex nel spot
Great product kinda pricey but worth the benefits, the rex nel sport kit with the roller sear is the perfect combination is almost pure flawless craftsmenship at the Belsales corp. I higly recommend this product to anyone who has a dye hinge trigger, it works really good and easy to install. The other reviews here say its hard to but i found it alosmt easy as putting the bolt in the gun.
Polish Black Gen-X 3
Tactical Drop with on/off
68/3000 Micro Reg Nitro Duck Fiber Wrapped
12" Freak Set
DYE Single Trigger Swing w/Roller Sear
KAPP F/X Beavertail
If you want a smoother trigger pull. This is the way to go. You wouldnt beleive it if I told you. You will just have to shoot it to beleive it. Run it on a swing with a light spring. Put a heavier spring on the valve. And drop your pressure. You will love the combo.
Nothing. I havent found a downside to it yet. Been running one since the day they came out. Its good to work for a paintball shop.
If you run a cocker. YOU NEED THIS. I dont care if you run a swing or a slide trigger.
-super silky smooth trigger pull
-increases rate of fire(it did for me, but keep in mind my gun came with one so naturally my ROF went up as I got used to it and broke it in)
-makes it easier to shoot with your off hand( and maintain a decent rate of fire)
-it is very nicely polished
-Supposedly they are hard to properly install I didn't have this problem because my gun came with one already in it. I would recomend sending your gun to Smart Parts (they sell them in the U.S. for Belsales) and have them install it. Then it will be put in perfect(just my opinion though).
-supposedly they also lengthen the trigger pull(again i didnt see this because mine came with one)
-I am also unsure of how they will perform on hinge triggers. I have never tried it first hand, so ask around if thats what you plan to do.
-Excellent upgrade for cocker if you want a nice smooth trigger
-The reason for this is to give you a smooth trigger pull so if you are into short snappy pulls look elsewhere.
This is a high quality addition for the autococker. Belsales doesn't play around, they mean business. It is incredibly polished and very well designed. This is not a cheap upgrade that does nothing to your gun. It works..and damn well.
One could possibly attain the same smoothness this sear offers by putting in lots of elbow grease polishing up a normal sear, and then maintain that smoothness by regularly greasing the frictional surfaces.
If you don't have that sort of time or effort, this sear is definitely worth using.
If you have a pivot frame, you may not want to consider this sear as I see limited benefit using it (I actually have the roller sear on my Eclipse frame).
It provides the smoothest cleanest trigger pull on the market highly polished and of the best quality.
It is so highly polished that the lug timing is hard to adjust and make catch. It is also pretty expensive.
The rooler sear is well worth the cost and blows anything like it out of the water with its innovative design. I would reccomend it to some one with the know how to install it and time the gun with it which can be tricky. It is for the supper high end cockers only and not for newbies.
Makes the trigger pull so smooth, you absolutely wont believe it.
Kind of pricey, but you get what you pay for. Like was said earlier, ive seen people spend alot more money with the performace of their markers actually going down.
Well i tried a swing trigger on my buddys gun and decided to stay with the sliding setup on my 2001 STO. Since i was staying with the slider frame i decided id try the $50 roller sear instead of the 100 hinge. WELL worth the money. I polished my sto trigger plate, threw in the roller sear & new springs into my new Dye .45 frame (composite broke on me.) And this thing just RIPS now. The trigger is so smooth, i let other cockers try it and i swear, anyone whos tried it is saving or looking for one of these sears as we speak. My friend shoots a 2001 Angel LCD, he used to short stroke my gun like crazy, with the trigger as smooth as it is now, even he can shoot it with no problems. May not sound like a huge deal to some people, but seeing him be able to rip on my trigger means there is a huge difference, and it wasnt only in my head. ABSOLUTELY A TEN !!!!!!
Was easy to install. Well made- has a super small, precision ball bearing on the end that contacts the trigger plate. Polished all around.
Not the same geometry as original. Zero instructions. Requires sear lug height adjustment. To adjust, remove bolt. Insert a 1/8" hex wrench thru the small hole in the sight rail until the wrench is seated in the lug. Rotate approx. 1/2 turn counter clockwise.
Provides minimal improvement. Replaces a short, crisp trigger pull with one that's long and "mushier". May not last longer- the lug end of this replacement sear is the same as the original.