Ken C catapult number 3 of 10 Gun Metal Grey 1 of 1- Nexus Ram with QEV's STO LPR STO Ergo HPR Empire Kit barrel system Eblade w/ black noid and black samuri trigger
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I got this honestly for looks and some room for my fingers, what I got was a pleasent surprise in goodness.
I play scenario, I have not been to a scenario yet where bounce and full auto was not allowed- thus I love my bouncey little e-blade...I read the samuri trigger will reduce bounce..I was sad...but I does and does not!
Its lighter, thus if you WANT it to bounce you can easaly set it to bounce like mad!! but you can also make it NOT bounce just as easy! I have my filters on 0 0 for bounce filtering and I can make it not bounce, or bounce like the crazy marker that my gun is.
2004 Nightkast Autococker
Empire Quik Flip
Planet Eclipse Samurai trigger
WGP Worrblade bolt, black delrin
WGP Panel grips
WGP STO Kaner barrel kit
Viewloader eVLution 2 smoke/black shell
68/3000 Pure Energy tank
Puts my old trigger to shame
I've been looking for one of these things for about a month. I finally got my hands on one, and all I've got to say is wow. What a fantastic upgrade. First off, the trigger is super-light. It's about half the weight of the Worrblade double-finger trigger. Lighter trigger means faster pull, and this certainly is true. I got about 2-3 BPS more with the Samurai trigger than with my Worrblade trigger. The trigger is also super-slim. After looking at my Worrblade for so long with the old setup, the new trigger gets lost in the trigger guard. There's a lot more room for your fingers because of the lower profile of the trigger. This trigger also bounces less than my old trigger. I had about a 1.5mm travel with the magnetic tension about the lowest it could go, and I was getting a very little amount of bounce. And to top it all off, this trigger looks good in my trigger guard.
An excellent upgrade for Eblade users everywhere who prefer the blade-style trigger.
The trigger feels so light on your fingers you can just rip on it. It's pretty easy to install you just need to take one screw out. It's easily adjustible to exactly how you want it. I've made it so you blow on it and it shoots. Or you can have it swing more. It's definitely worth the money unless you like the stock trigger.
This trigger feels perfect. I like it better than the shocker trigger