Response trigger or E-grip
Posted 25 April 2008 - 06:50 AM
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Posted 25 April 2008 - 09:40 AM
The RT works off of sweet spotting the trigger. At the correct pressure, the trigger will react and bounce back and fourth at a high rate creating a full auto effect. The advantage is that there is no batteries. On the downside, it adds complexity to the marker and the rate of the response effect is dependent on the output pressure of your air source. For CO2 use it may suffer under cold conditions or with heavy amounts of shooting.
E-Grips work by electronically triggering the sear. They have a lighter trigger pull and a few more options such as three round burst. On the downside they use a battery and also add more complexity to the marker.
With either of these you will certainly need a loading device that can keep up and you will most likely want to use HPA rather than CO2. CO2 works fine in Tippmanns, but due to their high pressure operation, with high amounts of fire and CO2 the output pressure of your CO2 tank will drop and you will experience as shootdown effect as your velocity drops until the tank can warm back up. Again I would only get either one if you really feel like you need to shoot faster. It's much more impressive to do well with a stock trigger. A skilled user can get as much as 9bps, it just takes some practice.
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Posted 25 April 2008 - 11:04 AM
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