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    Posted: 19 June 2005 at 8:38pm
Well I sold my E98 to buy an Ion and i definatly dislike the feel of the Ion. I played much better with my old 98. So I'm thinking about selling it to buy another marker. I'm sure the Pro E isn't to bad and i haven't really heard anything bad about the Trilogys so can anyone just give me their opinions on this? How are mags on speed (I kno it is mechanical but how heavy is the trigger pull), weight, and how hard are they to set up correctly. I would probably buy RT ULE custom w/ Intelliframe, Xvalve, level 10, ult trigger pull kit.

And another question, I've never owned an A5 so I don't know but does the Egrip make it walkable or is it just mainly there for the option of firing modes?


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The mag is a great choice.
The trigger pull with a ULT is nearly walkable. NEARLY. Its about 15 oz pull. The  mag will be the lightest gun.
I was able to pull 12 BPS out of my classic mag with intelli.

Mag will never break. The level 10 will stop all chopping. Although it can be a pain to set up(only if you know nothing) the level 10 is great.
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Thanx, and by know nothing you mean about mags? or are just stupid?
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Originally posted by ztbisme ztbisme wrote:

Thanx, and by know nothing you mean about mags? or are just stupid?

Just stupid.
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O ok then.
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To ansewer your one question, you can walk an E-grip. The best way to do this is to buy a JCS dual trigger which is made for the E-grip. The JCS dual trigger gives you the ability to "walk" an e-grip.
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The E-Grip with JCS duel is very easy to walk. But an X-Mag is soo much better.
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