Now you can have the same trigger frame as the DM6/DM7 on your Proto Rail. The frame is easily installed and comes with all necessary parts including a new board. This frame is in stock and shipping today.
The worlds lightest, most compact and comfortable 45 grip frame available.
The new hour-glass design allows for a sleeker profile, while heads-up display lights alert y ou to the status of your gun, without having to take your eyes off of the game
Includes smoke sticky grips and the new circuit board, with legal PSP, Millennium and NPPL software.
The Dye Ultralite Trigger Frame for PMR is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Blue Python Impulse with Lpr kit, freak Barrel with stainless steel back, Vision, Strange bolt, ccm feed neck, custom products asa, stock grips.
Olive PMR Freak Barrel , Ultralite,Pmi tank Vlocity
METAL! Awesome board, Amazing trigger
None. Expensive maybe?
OK, so I picked up my Pmr a little while ago at my local shop, and after holding an ultralited pmr at my local field, decided then and there that I definitely wanted one for myself. So I went to my local shop, ordered the frame and left my gun there for the installation. I picked it up the next day. All I can say is wow. The frame has definitely exceeded even my high expectations. The quality is awesome, It's so comfortable, The hourglass design just molds to your hand. The board is super easy to use, and comes with a very clear and detailed instruction manual. *WARNING you have to insert the battery on the RIGHT side of the gun, not the left. All in all, I am very pleased with my purchase. This frame makes the gun look better, provides a massive range of trigger adjustment, and completely changes the feel of the gun. You may honestly wonder if you're holding a DM9, or a proto.
Excellent use of money. I would definitely recommend it to anyone, and I would buy it again.
Proto PMR 07
Empire B2 Hopper
P/E 45/4800 N2 Tank
Proto 2 Piece 14 inch
New Designs Back Cap
smooth trigger - lots of settings
ASA Rail Screw can be a bit tricky
Ok so i was teetering over getting this frame or the New Designs one seeing as how i had a new designs trigger and the other was considerably cheaper. but, the means came to me buying the UL frame and trust me, its worth the money absolutely and surely. the installation can be a bit challenging, but it really does become straight forward after putting the wires right.. anyway, about performance, this thing is a beast, ive never been so comfortable just sprayin the place with that hourglass frame. seriously it will help out in the snake to not have a huge thing in your hands while having to deal with a trigger. btw the new trigger is really smooth. comparable to that of a NXT trust me. overall, it is a serious upgrade for any PMR owner. no matter what position you play, this is a must for the PMR. just a note, anyone using high pressure, will want to put the dwell level at 20 rather than the stock 18. at 18 and high pressure it tends to drop once every like 3 pods for some strange reason. this is true for another 2 PMRs some friends of mine have. just sayin
if you have the money, buy it. it will make your PMR experience not only better, but a lot less frustrating (no button popping, no wire battery replacements, no four wire microswitch connection, etc.) buy it
pmr with ul frame, hybrid feed neck, ul barrel.
(backup)- 05 shocker with virtue.
Feels better in your hands.
Trigger is way better than stock.
Trigger adjustment is easier.
It is actually heavier, but doesnt feel it.
Has no hidden nxl mode.
Trigger- the trigger is great, i think it is the best trig ive ever walked. it makes for fast consistent double triggering. you can also adjust the trigger on the side of the frame instead of taking the frame off, this saves a lot of time and headaches.
The Feel- the way that this frame feels makes it feel even lighter than stock.
Board- the board has all the settings that the stock frame had except, on the ul frame there is no hidden nxl mode like the stock frame.
Battery Harness- instead of having the battery harness attached to 2 wires that you are constantly worried about pulling out while replacing the battery, the ul frame has the harness locked in and all you have to do to replace the battery is pop it out and slide the new one in.
Grips- i also liked the gripes better to.
Idid not put the price of the frame as a weakness, because that is not really reviewing the product, but the frame is at lest 140, and although that is a little pricey it is worth every cent. It literally changes the gun completely, best upgrade you can possibly get for the pmr. I did not give it a 10 tho, because even though it is great nothing is perfect.
UL'd Black PMR
Lucky UL board, DM6 chip
Lucky Un1tec barrel
Smoke DXS Pulse
None, but maybe the price.
I got my UL frame for my PMR last week. The difference between the stock frame and the UL frame is incredible. The hour-glass design fits the hands really good. The comfort level is super high, but this depends on who is using it. Some people like it, while others don't like it. To find out if you like it, go to your proshop and hold a DM6 or DM7, it has the same frame. The board the UL frame comes with is the same board that is in the DM6. The trigger on this frame is really smooth. It's smoother than the stock frame and trigger. I had the UL trigger for the stock frame, and the differences in the triggers is big.
This is one of the best upgrades you can get for the PMR. It makes it more egronomic, and adds some resale value. Find out if you like the frame first, by going to your proshop and holding a dm6/7, or at your field ask anyone with a UL frame to see if you can hold their gun. Although it is $200, you can find them used on pbnation and other places. I got mine for $110. It was definatley worth it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, September 7th, 2007 at 4:59 pm PST
black ndz metal boltcap
Very nice trigger
Installation may be a little hard for people new to matrix's
I got the ul frame with my pmr for 25 dollars extra off of actionvillage.The ulframe came with instructions,the frame,and 2 longer frame screws.
Installation was pretty easy.Dissconect eye ribbon and solenoid wire from stock board.Remove hyper 2 and unscrew the asa.Unscrew the gripframe screws.Then plug in the eye ribbon and solenoid wire in the ul frame.Put the frame and body together,if everything goes together nice and you can pull the trigger continue with the instalation.If not then you may have to adjust the trigger,and/or remove the plastic nub on the solenoid.That should fix the problem.Then put everything back together like you took it apart.
Here are the bads:the ul frame manual is generic and does not go with the rail.The trigger adjustment screws are diffrent in the pics.Depending when you get the ul frame you may/may not have included extra long screws and/or the dwell may be set on 15 (pmr stock is 25)personally mine came on 25 and had the screws)
ANOTHER THING.People complain that the stock frame is lighter than the ul frame and do not get it just because of that.Well i persoanlly went out and bought a scale and weighed the frames and the frames on the gun and guess what...the ul frame weighs .2 pounds more than the stock frame.you cant tell the diffrence.If .2 pounds keeps you from buying the ul frame you should get another gun cuz the rail is made for the ul frame.It feels so good.
With the ul frame your rail will be fly.feels great,nice trigger,better buttons
~On/Off buttons won't fall out
~Magnet ASA adjust
~Easily replaceable 9v batteriess
~Uses wired eyes, not ribbon
~Heavier than stock frame
~No aftermarket triggers
* The worlds lightest, most compact and comfortable 45 grip frame available.
* The new hour-glass design allows for a sleeker profile, while heads-up display lights alert you to the status of your gun, without having to take your eyes off of the game
* Will fit any Proto Rail Marker
* Includes smoke sticky grips and the new circuit board, with legal PSP, Millennium and NPPL software.
Don't buy it. I haven't tried the NDZ frame, but it looks better.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 19th, 2007 at 11:12 pm PST
Clasic Orracle 'Cocker with lots of shiny stuff.
PMR (black) w/ UL trigger frame, Egg3, ANS 68/4500
Weight - Light
Ribbon set is perpendicular to frame and has to be bent by grip.
I bought the UL at the exact same time that I bought my PMR. There was a special at a shop near me to get both for $500. So maybe that can help you to find a good deal, if you haven't already purchased a PMR. Anyhow, here we go...
Installation: Installation is pretty simple. Wires to the solenoid and the ribbon to the eyes, then bolt back together. Be careful to not pinch or bend wires too much.
The manual's illustrations aren't 100%, but you can figure out what goes into what. The ribbon will be set in prependicular to the frame and the grip, when screwed back on, will actually bend it a little. DO NOT WRINKLE THE RIBBON!
Make sure that your UL came with two longer screws to attach your frame to the PMR. The stock screws are too short. One of my UL screws was a little fatter than the other... fat one in the back.
Trigger: The "black nub", "nubbie", "nipple"... whatever you want to call it has to be scraped off of the bottom of the solenoid. Otherwise, your UL's trigger will be pressed down by it and the trigger will constantly be straining to return to the starting position. This is not in the manual, either.
Screws on the trigger itself... The one at the top of the trigger controls the forward position of the trigger. Caution - mine fell out the first day I played with it. Plumbers tape may help to keep that thing in. Screw at the back of the trigger adjusts spring tension... pretty simple.
Screw on the right side of the frame, closest to the trigger, the manual says controls forward positioning... IT'S WRONG. It controls the distance the trigger can be pulled. The screw to it's left is described as controlling the pull distance in the manual... IT'S WRONG, also. That screw is just a hinge screw that keeps the trigger to the frame.
BUT - there is light at the end of the tunnel. LMAO!! Learn from our spent time and you can install the frame, adjust the trigger and be ready to roll quickly.
Programming: Setting up your gun is cake if you've done it before. If not, follow the manual, as the setting information is one of the two things that are accurate in the manual.
Grip: Is much better than the stock. You have a very bright LED on the left side towards the bottom of the grip. ALSO, you have another small LED towards the top of the left side of the grip. VERY COOL! The grip itself secures better to the frame, than the stock. In addition, it feels a little thicker and is "stickier".
Buttons: Much better than the stock. Sexier too.
Really, besides the manual, I only had a problem with the screw from the trigger falling out. It's a cheap piece and didn't effect my arss kicking ability. LOL!!
Yes, I would recommend this bad boy.
The manual blows, but don't let it stop you from buying this frame!
I have a pmr with a 14 inch lucky barrel,cp asa,ul frame and a empire b loader
Nicer felling than the stock frame.
it has the dm board smoother and triger.
Nothing its perfect.
I just bought my ul frame and it feels allot better than the stock frame. its cool how u can c the led lights through the side of the grips and the trigger is so smooth so its worth the money on getting one so go get it ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok ok.
So if u have a pmr u should buy it you will love it.
14' Ul barrel
CP on/off rail
full function bolt
full function hammer
full function valve
full function trigger
20 oz with antisiphon
Nice little light
So i went on a impulse and decided to get a ul frame for my marker becuase well i had the money at the time. The tigger is extremely snappy just like a mouse click, the board is the same as whats in a pm7 if im not mistaken, the construction is alloy and much more compact, it comes with some nice stickies, the light on the side is nice, and the buttons are not only metal but do not fall out. But nothing is perfect and that leads me to my next point. Stated earlier in this thread, a reviewer says that it is a luxury item bucuase its not a necessity but it is nice. I paid 200 for mine but hey price for performance. Also it does seem more heavier but i do not attribute that to the weight of it but more along the lines of more weight to a smaller space. And hey guys if this is really so heavy to you then i would consider another sport like ping pong or something.
All in all a fabolous upgrade but a luxury item nonetheless, and with a lighter crisper trigger pull and metal construction, the ul frame is very nice. I am giving it a 8 because it is great but it is very expensive.(remember 10 is godliness and 5 is avg)