The Eclipse Magno-Blade Pro is for use with the Impulse and Shockers with the new LS boards only. It can only be used with the latest style frames with a VERTICAL trigger spring. This trigger should not be used in Shockers with the old style, dome-switch, circuit boards.
If your frame does no have the UNF hole tapped through the frame from the top, it is possible to drill and tap your frame to accept the magnet holding screw down into the frame. But we recommend that that is done by a qualified air smith.
The Planet Eclipse Eclipse Blade Trigger is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
From the stock trigger this is a great step forward. You can adjust your trigger pull to your playing style. I have alot better controll on my ROF than before.
Not a easy install for the average person. Have a tech do it. The first tech adjusted the top screw through the circut board, since they damaged a new marker, they replaced it. But after it was installed is it ever sweet.
Well worth the money. Have it installed by a real tech. If you happen to have damage done to your marker from the adjustment screws they (the techs) should cover damage done to your equipment while their working on it.
When all is said and done ENJOY!! Verry fast, short, crisp movement. Taken the sideways slop out of the trigger movement. I was pleased with it after the install. I recomend the blade trigger for any impulse user.
impulse, blade, tapeworm, delrin bolt, eclipse ss brass hammer, (remember kids if you get a delrin bolt then always get a heavier hammer) evo2, 68/4500.
Fast, cheap, nice.
There is still some side to side slop.
Its a great trigger, easy to use and install. Flly adjustable and pretty stable. Fair price too.
went from a griffen to a inferno, shocked the crap out of me in the difference of performance. I went from a inferno to a impulse, I fell on my "bum" (so sorry moderators) because of the difference in performance. I went from a stock trigger to a blade, I cried because of the difference in performance.
Looks great!!, shoots even better. Still sobbing. One word, purrrrfecto. (and its adjustable)
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 14th, 2004 at 8:55 pm PST
Since I've only used the stock trigger on a base Impy, you could say that I don't have much experience. I have, however, used alot of handguns and currently shoot a Sig 9mm. This trigger has to much side to side play! Otherwise, it looks cool and is adjustable enough that it should work for any player.