Idk, only after-market trigger i've used on an ION
Azodin Blitz Red Dust
Check-it Clamping Feedneck
3A 3000PSI HPA
Richochet 2K (VL Revolution Eye-force in mail)
does help with ROF, but not much (unless you have a new board). Adjustable
Well, once i got the trigger, i liked the look of a lot. It makes an Ion just that more appealing. And it's more than just aesthetics, it's function also. If your used to the roller triggers like on angels, timmy's, Dm's... etc. then this'll make you happy. I don't know if this happened to everyone, but mine seemed to have a lot of wiggle from side-to-side, it was annoying knowing it was there, but didn't seem to affect it performance wise. The adjustments work the same way as the stock trigger, trigger distance and magnet strength.
If you don't like the trigger for any reason (looks, broken, performance), i would definently look into buying this one. Can't give it a 10 since i haven't used all the after-market triggers for an Ion out there, but it's pretty dang good
Smart Parts Ion
CP drop, on/off, reg, roller trigger
Easy to change
Easy to tweak
It wabbles a little bit.
Need a different pin than the stock trigger pin
all in all its a very good trigger. if you can get it then do so. i tweaked it to a point were i was crawling in some grass in a woods ball game and the grass pushed the trigger resulting in shooting myself. nice to have if you want a high ROF or if you just want to shoot leasurely. buy this trigger. its better than the stock and its easy to install
+ A-5, WAS board, Freak kit, Smoke R5, Gen-X reg., PB front bolt, ST drop and ASA, macro, QEV, Vortex, BT spring kit, polished internals, universal drop adapter
+ Model 98, E-Bolt, Musashi M6 board, Freak kit, V35 Ripped Halo, Gen-X reg., macro, milled down
+ ION, V35 Ripped Halo, ST drop and ASA, Freak kit, QEV, CP Rake trigger
:PROJECT: 98C, WAS solenoid etc, capacitor, Proto SLG board
+ Crossfire 68/45
+ Smoke Dye i3's with smoke lenses
Not my style
I got this in a package deal from a friend. I set it up so it's nice and snappy. I can get a good 15+ bps with this even though it is not the style I shoot best with. I have not tried any other trigger because this is the one which came on the gun.
sp ION all black, hybrid low rise feedneck, cp trigger, bloodline rail, hybrid push button on off asa, 16" smart parts progressive barrel.
Smooothhhhh, fast, nice looking, light, all around awesome.
I got my cp trigger (black) from the local paintball shop. I did not install it i got the shop to do it. I got the gun home, gassed it up and started shooting it at the power lines nocking all the ice off. I was shooting a steady 17 bps. My stock trigger i could only get 10 bps.
It is a good solid trigger. No side to side wobble, and it is smooth as silk.
If you have the option to get this trigger GET IT!!!
Smart parts Ion, Eggy 2 with y-board, WGP 5/3k, Redz Clamping feedneck. Psycho Ballistics On/off drop. CP Rake. 14 inch All American
Really smooth, No side to side.
A pain in the @$$ to install.
Well, after 7 mounths of using the stock trigger, I thought I needed an Upgrade, So I went to PunishersPB.com, found the Red Dust CP, and I ordered it. When I got it, it took me about an hour to install(lots of parts) You have to be very carefull when installing it, cause there is a bunch of little parts. The one I got came with the spring return, but I did not use it, I can shoot alot faster without it. After I got it installed, gassed up my Ion, and just ripped. The trigger is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much better then the stock trigger. I'm very glad I bought it.
I would try a bunch of trigger before you just buy one. I bought this one, cause it was similiar to the SFT and NXT shockers trigger. and I love stock shocker triggers. I love it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, December 19th, 2007 at 7:27 am PST
blue Ion max'd, all the features.
blue virtue eyes
CP rake trigger
nice touch rolls easy
Hard to install
Doesn't return as quick as pleased
This is a nice trigger after all the work is done. It does increase your speed and comfort.
but it is difficult to install, I needed help holding my gun and holding parts, instruction weren't the best. And I also had to apply a touch of thread locker to keep the bolt from coming loose, but over all this really isn't a bad trigger
Even though it is has is some what had to install I would differently recommended it.
2006 Smart Parts Ion
Viewloader Evlution 3 Eggy
Crossfire 70/4500 Stubby w/ Dye Rhino cover
Smart Parts Boss Progressive 14" barrel
TechT L7 bolt
New Designz Blade roller trigger
Smart Parts 360 Qev
Freak Green body kit
The trigger worked fine at first, then it started to stick to the back of the frame, so I had to quit early. I shot it again later that day, and the sticking went away. Then the trigger bolt came loose, and the trigger swung from side to side like crazy. THIS IS A WASTE OF YOUR MONEY! Do not buy this unless you must have it. They never work in IONs. its not just me, look at all of the other peoples reviews that say the exact same thing.
Well, after a few months of use, the sticking has gone away. the trigger works, but it still swings from side to side and doesnt have a very good consistent pull to it. its still bad, but works. Get a NDZ trig instead
This trigger will ruin your gun and put you out of the game for a long time. dont buy it
4 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, November 12th, 2007 at 1:13 pm PST
Ok, so last sunday i was at a tourney with my team, and as were sitting on the bench, one of teamates all of a suddon, says," hey ryan, i forgot, i have this cp trigger thats amazing but it doesnt work with my virtue, you want it?" Immediatley i said yes thinking back to the good reviews i had read.
Ok now on to the good stuff. I get home and pull it out. May i say, it is one sharp looking trigger. There was a non threaded bearing and a threaded bearing. I was like hmmmm. Because i was only used to the stock trigger pin, even with my previous ans trigger. so the first attempt went well, except for the fact that the screw would slowly come out if i shot. so (to skip to the conclusion), after many attempts to stop it from moving with glue i gave up. But two hours later that night i remembered looking at the cp installtion guide online and remebering the little washer had to go on it. So i had a "Brain blast" haha. This is exactly how i did it, with no glue and it works perfect, and i ve been using it for 3 weeks.
1. Remove all screws from body and take off top half of ion
2. take stock pin, and trigger out
3.place trigger in the proper position in the body
4. Now, take a roll of white hockey tape and cut and bout 1/4 of inch long, that is 1/20 of an inch wide. (just make it really thin.) This tape acts as a rubber washer( in my mind).
5. Now wrap the tiny piece of tape around the screw just under the head,(if you're holding it vertically.)
6.Place the screw through the pin hole and into the bearing in the trigger,(the trigger is all ready in the proper psition.) But only into the bearing, dont have it come out the other side. (watch from above)
7.Now if you dont have needle nose pliers,(like me), use scissors to clamp the threaded bearing.
8.(if you are looking from above with the reg towards your chest) lower the threaded bearing into the little slot next to the bearing you put the screw into.
9. Now clamp tight while you slowly screw the screw into the threaded bearing.
10. Make sure a tiny bit of screw comes out the other side, but have it tight enough so it wont move when you shoot.
11.Adjust your trigger to liking
12. Mow some faces!
This trigger is super fast, sleek, and a nice return so its easily walkable.
Although installation may be very tricky, this a great product. Go and get one!
Ion , New Designs QEV, Dead ON Paintball Drop Foward, Redz Cam Lock Feedneck, CP Rake Trigger
Tippmann 98 Custom Pro with Whisper Barrel
Spyder Pilot ACS, Proto Barrel, NDZ Clamping Feedneck
DXS 3000psi 48ci
Viewloader Evolution 3
No Side-To Side Slop
None really except the install is kind of tricky.
I got this trigger at the CP tent at the NPPL Boston. I tried the triggers before I bought them and I liked this one so I bought it. This trigger lets me rip like 15-17 no lie I will make a vid. Walking looks like I'm ramping so I can tell its really fast. My trigger doesn't have the magnet so it has a spring which is a little tricky to install. After I put the pin in and tightend it ZERO side to side slop which makes for a smooth bearing trigger pull. The only problem is
the trigger stop screw, I couldn't find an allen key the size to adjust it so it hits the black switch thing all the way, but this will be fixed once I find the allen key ;) however the screw looks a little short.
This is an awesome trigger for 35$, ZERO side to side slop its a great trigger. Id buy it again if I needed too. I give it a . . . only because of the trigger stop screw.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, July 17th, 2007 at 4:39 pm PST