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    Posted: 07 April 2006 at 6:25am

What's the difference between the E-bolt, E-trigger, E-grip??? I heard the E-trigger and E-grip are the same but I don't now what the E-bolt is and what it does...

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E-trigger is just another name for the E-grip.

The E-bolt, is a whole new pnuematic system for your 98 Custom, when you drop in an E-bolt into your 98 custom you completly change the firing system from your 98.

The E-grip on the other hand is a Sear Tripper, there is a little switch and the bottom of an egrip that will raise a little bar, which will 'trip' the sear and fire the gun. The Egrip is a very 'blunt' method of operation, but Sear trippers 'can' go faster then electro-pnuematic.
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To add to what Panda said, I think the E-trigger is for the 98,
and the E-Grip is for the A-5. They are very similar though.
And yeah, the E-bolt is the crazy one that makes your gun electro-pnuematic so the bolt is pushed forward by air instead of a spring.


Edited by Jack Carver - 07 April 2006 at 10:26am
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^^^ to add to what they both said newer 98 customs and 98 custom pros can accept the egrip.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ilford Rule Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 April 2006 at 5:11pm
I love how the fastest current sear tripper (the spyder electra I believe) is as fast if not faster then almost all electropneumatics. now its not tourney legal, but the fact is sear trippers are commonly hated. I dont know why. I mean, autocockers are technically sear trippers.
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Because electropneumatic is way better than sear trippers. Not to mention the wear on your marker a sear tripper causes.
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nothing said about the E-trigger...

E-bolts were discontinued by Tippmann a while back. 98custom pros came out and could use the E-trigger(which is bascially the E-grip for the 98 customs). After a bit, Tippmann started making new plates for the 98 custom so they can use the E-trigger.

ooh and

Originally posted by the flanker the flanker wrote:

^^^ to add to what they both said newer 98 customs and 98 custom pros can accept the E-Trigger.



Edited by twistedkev1990 - 17 April 2006 at 5:18pm
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Originally posted by twistedkev1990 twistedkev1990 wrote:

nothing said about the E-trigger...

E-bolts were discontinued by Tippmann a while back. 98custom pros came out and could use the E-trigger(which is bascially the E-grip for the 98 customs). After a bit, Tippmann started making new plates for the 98 custom so they can use the E-trigger.

ooh and

Originally posted by the flanker the flanker wrote:

^^^ to add to what they both said newer 98 customs and 98 custom pros can accept the E-Trigger.


The words E-Trigger and E-Grip are pretty much interchangable here...
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e-bolt is probably more consistant because you are holding the valve open for the exact same amount of time for each shot, you no longer rely on a spring.
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