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    Posted: 11 August 2004 at 12:20pm

^toxic trigger

ProMark Custom Model 98 Aluminum Double Trigger Kit

^ProMark Custom Model 98 Aluminum Double Trigger Kit

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whatever u think looks coolest, so probably the promark

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go with 2nd one, easier to walk..
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Promark.

 

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The Promark looks better but I nor my friends have ever used one so don't know about performance.

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i dremel my GTA double trigger into a blade and it works great
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That little nub on the end of the Promark looks dumb. Get the Toxic Performance. I had that for my m98 custom and it was awesome. You just need to do the trigger slop mod to fix the side to side movement. And that picture from countypaintball is incorrect. That's the old style of the trigger. There are new ones out that are r/t compatible.
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Originally posted by 98c - baller 98c - baller wrote:

i dremel my GTA double trigger into a blade and it works great

same here...costs like $8 less doing it that way too.


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Why get a blade?(Or make one in this case) You can't walk the trigger unless it's electronic.
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get a regular Tippmann double trigger and drummel it into a blade or toxic
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what do u mean by drummel it?
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Go with the one u like better. Im sure they performe about the same.

 

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I have the promark aluminum stick trigger and I love it.
The toxic trigger looks ugly and is the sloppiest 98c triggers around.
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I would get the DOP one you dont need to cut your grips any.

But you may not have to cut them for that second one.



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i like the aluminum one... the promark...
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you're all crazy promarks are crap and ugly the toxics are very nice
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Promark! Not only does it look sleeker but it doesn't wobble like the toxic performance.

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Originally posted by startskankin23 startskankin23 wrote:

what do u mean by drummel it?


dermel, its a hand held tool for sanding, cutting, etc.

wat u do is u sand down the bump in the middle of the GTA trigger, thats $16 blade trigger, made to ur likings and works well with the RT
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Originally posted by 98c - baller 98c - baller wrote:

i dremel my GTA double trigger into a blade and it works great

 

 

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The aluminum stick trigger is great smooth trigger pull and who cares about the "stub" on the bottom of it. The stick trigger also, atleast in my opinion, has a better looking trigger guard.




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