The double trigger kit is a drop-in kit that replaces the single trigger and trigger guard. The kit includes a double trigger and a tournament legal trigger guard. To install the double trigger simply remove all gas sources and disassemble the marker to the point of removing the left half of the markers receiver. Remove the single trigger and guard. Then replace with the double trigger and guard. Now replace the receiver half. It's that simple!!!!!!!
The Tippmann Double Trigger is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Tippmann Model 98 Custom with '12 JJ Ceramic, Tippmann Double Trigger, Shocktech Drop Forward, .68 3k PMI pure Energy Tank, Lapco Direct Feed with adjustable elbow, Dye Stickies.
My god, i dont remember firing my gun so fast when in normal firing position. Before, i had to hold my gun with the non-firing hand, and have my trigger finger slap the trigger as fast as a i could. Now, i dont need to do that, this baby does all but fire the gun for me!
The trigger DOES in fact wiggle back-n-forth, but it doesnt make a difference to me. My trigger gets in the way of the saftey a little bit, but it still works, just have to push a little harder.
Great product, Tippmann comes through.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 2:05 am PST
-Pretty sweet looking
-Increases r.o.f. greatly
-more comfortable than single trigger
-You have to gouge your grips to make room for it.
-If you don't use a revvy, you can outshoot yourself and chop balls.
-there's some side-to-side play.
It's really worth it. A revvy is also almost needed if you want to shoot fast. I would recommend this to anyone with a 98, even if it's only used as a backup gun. I'd get this right after a new barrel and ex. chamber. Be really careful when gouging the grips.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 2:14 am PST
Looks great on my Tippmann and is comfortable. I would buy it cuz so far i've had no trouble with it's nice and durable.(who cares if its plastic?)
ummm maybe because you have to cut the grip,but that doesn't make much of a difference. Doesn't wobble like some people say as long as it's installed correctly. I dont think it makes a difference at all in shooting speed but it is worth the money.
Buy it if you want a trigger that looks good and is comfortable. If you dont want to spend too much money then the trigger isnt really necassary but i would recommned it.
98custom, response trigger, double trigger, x-pansion chamber, NW drop w/ on/off, 14" boomy, 12" boomy, full boar, 12 volt revvy w/ x- board, midnight paint job, starfire bolt, dye stickies clear
Soon to get reg and 68ci 4500 psi crossfire tank.
Easy to install anybody who says its hard is a retard, the grips cutting is no problem either. It improves your rate of fire by alot, its comfortable, looks nice.
Side to side play but isn't noticeable when playing. Should be made out of aluminum.
Its easy to install, its cheap, and nice addition to your gun. I give it a 9 because its plastic. They should come out with a nice aluminum double trigger, because the plastic ones break easily. I I I IO I O iK hfdoug jfdh jh kuhd ufhliepotrwjh theug dsokhja gfi iushati poiu0htg fiotre meruqwpoirtg erurqt ureq uiher iuthte uyie yretgh jrehti uehror h truio eot tierh oruy oirui t erhu uyrerey regh rgyu ruy
polished and silenced internals
14 inch JnJ ceramic
lightens trigger pull
nicer feel than stock
wabbles a little, not bad though
cutting the grips sucks
all around I like it much better than the stock trigger. The only drawback is cutting the grips. This really pisses me off because I am considering getting smart parts wood grips. cutting into wood is much more of a pain in the $#! than rubber. This is why I gave it a 9.
No one told me before hand you had to cut some of the grip off, and i got really mad cuz there i was, being the idiot that i am, trying to put the trigger in without cutting anything. I then had to call my friend and ask how to install it. Boy, did i feel like a retard.
cM98, e-bolt kit, J&J 12 full tilt, Double trigger, Dropforward, Expansion chamber, 12 oz CO2, Ricochet2k hopper, alot of 2 9v batteries.
This triggers really smooth. Fit my fingers perfectly, and if your looking to upgrade your trigger i would choose this right off the bat.
You have to cut the grip this isn't to hard but if it's done wrong it looks crappy. Best thing to do is not to rush the cut and make your cuts clean. Besides that the instalation isn't bad.
In conclusion, I highly suggest this for people with electronic kits. You payed 300 for the upgrade why not put 20 bucks down and get the most out of the upgrade. The single trigger shoots really slow compared to this one. The only suggestion i have is to find skinny side pannel grips or skinny wrap arounds that are fit for a double trigger. The slimmer the grip is the better your rate of fire will will be. I give it a 9 because nothings a 10 except my skill. :-p
Tippy 98 Custom, RT Kit, Flatline Barrle & Stone Cold II 14 inch, Revvy w/ X-Board upgrade, Double Trigger w/ guard, Rocket Cocker, Crossfire 4500psi 88ci nitro, Remote w/ 6+1 pack (I'm the big bad back playa on my team)
Nice feel for faster fire. You can use either of your first two fingers or both instead of using only pointer or middle finger one at a time on stock trigger. My trigger finger always got tired as a back player laying down cover fire. This makes my job easier and works GREAT with RT kit.
Had to cut ONLY THE GRIPS very slighly to get it to fit. Wobbles a TINY bit, but not noticable during play. Nothing really bad, helps a lot. Single trigger sucks compared to this. Could be metal, but stock isn't either. Many places overcharge for this, as usual with all PB gear.
I know its just plastic parts, but you try to find it cheaper somewhere else! I sure as HELLo couldn't, and I find EVERYTHING cheaper than any of my friends can. If you get this with RT, you will be very happy, even without RT, get this because it feels great and can improve your fire rate and your consistancy of RPS.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 6:10 am PST