Made directly off the Tippmann drawings, the Psycho Ballistics double trigger will fit in your gun like a factory part. This trigger is made from high impact plastic and steel. By adding a double trigger you have to remove the stock trigger guard. Many of the tournaments and fields will not let you compete without a trigger guard. But not to worry the kit comes with a trigger guard. Made from aluminum the guard is available in black anodize and chrome.
The Psycho Ballistics Double Trigger is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Two Tippy 98 Customs ...One with Air America Apocalypse 68/4500 Nitro system , Custom Chrome AA drop forward, Psycho ballistics Double Trigger, Smart Parts 14" Progressive barrel, Ricochet 2k loader, Hogue one piece wraparound grips........Second 98c, Psycho Ballistics Double Trigger, Smart Parts 12" Progresssive barrel, 32 Degree 6 stage xchamber, ACI Remote w/ Quick Disconnect and Slide Check, 12 volt Revvy, Hogue wraparound grips, Adjustable Gas thru stock. Co2 tanks 12, 20 and 65 oz.
This is the easiest upgrade possible to make a big difference. It took less than 10 minutes to install this trigger. I did NOT have to cut the rubber wraparound grips to use this trigger.Trigger cost me only $25.00.
Costs me more in paint...LOL
For the price and ease of installation, you cant go wrong with this upgrade. Just be prepared to spend more on paint since you can lay down a lot more a lot faster. It even works great with Armored gloves.
Tippmann Model 98 Custom, double trigger, 20 inch stone cold 2 barrel
Core PT professional w\ custom grips
Everything. Simple installation.Great feel, makes the trigger pull seem half as hard as it already was... which was only a 3 pound pull to begin with. It also gives you a more steady pull, which is important if you're carefully aiming for something.
For a piece of plastic, 25 bucks is expensive... but hey, if you want it, pay for it.
Awesome. Highly recommended. Well worth the cash. Looks great too.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 6:05 am PST
I own a regular black Tippmann Model 98, 12 inch J&J 2 Piece, Vertical Adaptor, 32 Degrees/Boblong Expansion chamber, 20 oz co2 tank, 4+1 Harness, Remote, Psycho Ballistics Aluminum Front Bolt and Powertube, Polished Internals, Psycho Ballistics Double Trigger, Valley Firearms Lighten Trigger job (reduces grinding), Trigger stop (makes it shorter), Maddmann Springs (makes the trigger pul lighter), 2 more custom trigger mods, 12v revolution, and i think thats it....
Comfortable, gives you more leverage, makes pull a little shorter, increases rate of fire. Great Price.
Nothing, unless you don't like double triggers. I wish it was aluminum.
With this trigger along with my trigger mods and trigger jobs I can definately rip out 12 bps.
With Just this trigger I can get around 7-8 bps.
With the regular single trigger I can get about 5 bps.
first of all, the trigger guard on the picture is wrong. one of the nice things is that the trigger guard uses the same holes as the stock trigger guard, making it unnecessary to cut the grip as you have to with the tippmann version of the double trigger. the double trigger feels good and solid. it's definitely an improvement over the stock trigger. i bought it at co paintball for $25, it was worth the money.
once it's installed correctly, it works great. the problem i had was that the safety latch was stuck, making it nonfunctional. i took it back to co paintball and the tech just applied force to get the safety pin into the hole. the safety pin is now stiffer, but it loosened up after i applied a drop of gun oil. the co paintball tech even gave me a free refill on my co tank for my troubles. :)
besides the inital problem with the safety pin, the drouble trigger is GREAT!!!
This upgrade was great. It raised my BPS, made it a bit easier to pull the trigger, and with it the trigger is much more comfortable. The only problem with this is that you have to get out a dremel, or something like it, and cut off the original trigger guard. Then I would recommend that you sand the edges you cut to smoothness to prevent being snagged/cut on them.
Get this if you have an original Model 98, it is well worth the money.