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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 7.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $35

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2005 Angel Speed CP trigger

-Ball bearings
-Sturdy construction
-Fits the 90 frame only!
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Zerocygnal Wednesday, February 8th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: 05 Angel Speed, Dye UL 14", Evolve Newton Kit, Evolve Re-buildable Ram, DEZign Bolt, CCM Feedneck, Ta Dao, Halo+cheetah+Hybrid DC, MacDev Conquest, MacDev Gladiator, CP Micro Drop, CP ASA
Strengths: Very light in both pull and weight.
Weaknesses: Lack of adjustablility. Tough to fit.
Review: First and foremost the trigger is very stylish for the trend concious. I originally bought this trigger to reduce mech bounce when my trigger was modded by impact paintball. The stock trigger was relatively heavy and with only one magnet installed it did tend to race away.
Also I tend to swing my lower finger further when I walk so I wanted to cut some of the travel distance and the beautiful shape allowed me to do that.

This trigger is light. It was light enough to make my single light magnet feel firmer to the pull. The bounce was nearly entirely eliminated. The shape was perfect for walking. The annodizing was fairly good quality.

Weaknesses: Well I like adjustablility and they eliminated the adj. of the leaf that the stock trigger originally had. Although not a huge issue, since we are talking mm's here between peoples preferances, but those mm's were important to me. If trigger setup is very important you may be dissapointed with the lack of this feature. Again nothing extreme but an issue none the less.

Also, it was troublesome to install. The pin that goes through the ball bearing was a bit long. I had to file (very very little) a bit of the pin on each end, then apply a bit pf preassure to make it sit. once it was in it has been as smooth as butter. Very nice job by CP.

Conclusion: Nice trigger. Light, smooth. It is a bit tempermental during install and adj. is an important feature that is absent. Really wish it had it. Thats why its getting an eight. It would have been a huge hit if the adj. were retained. Picked mine up for $35 @ NPPL SD. If you have a couple of bucks to spare, try it out.
8 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, February 8th, 2006 at 11:03 pm PST
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Evil_racecocker Saturday, January 7th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
(no other triggers currently made for the 05 speed)
Marker Setup: 2005 speed (gloss black to blue fade)
-Evolve Kit (full)
-Tadao board
-Stiffi barrel
-AKA 2 liter reg (CP ASA adapter)
-Halo B (boost battery pack, Cheetah board)
Strengths: -Lighter
-Trigger is longer
-smoother motion
Weaknesses: - lack of adjustability
- There is only one magnet on the top of the trigger
Review: Unlike the stock trigger the CP trigger doesn't have two magnets on the top (it only has one). I know most angel useres out their mod their triggers and some remove their front magnet, I on the other hand like to have both magnets (I just heat them up a liitle with a lighter to lessent their streingth).

I aslo bought a Tadoa Board which uses a micro switch (unlke the optical switch on the stock board). Because the rear of the trigger can't be adjusted like the stock one, I had to file it down a little in order for it to properly activate the micro switch.

The CP trigger is considerably lighter than the stock trigger. I was able to keep a stedy ROF going longer, 14-16 bps (no ramp or bounce), as compared to the stock trigger.

Conclusion: I don't feel there was enough adjustability for the trigger. I put the stock one back in after I recieved the Tadao Board. I Hope CP will come out with another one, but overall the trigger is great if your using the stock board.
6 out of 10
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