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    Posted: 04 May 2006 at 1:23am
The guy behind the desk at my local paintball store constantly tells me that putting  a double trig on my already r/t'ed A-5 would be a disaster.  I personally love the look and feel of a double trigger, but would it really mess with the r/t?
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MAkes it harder to sweetspot.
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Hmm.. what about a blade trigger?  The desc says it makes sweet spot better. 
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i always figured the more hand on the trigger, the easier to sweetspot...

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I never felt the need for a double trigger on a R/T.

What do you feel the need for a double trig for anyways?
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Personally, I love the double trigger with the r/t. I have no problem at all sweet spotting. Three other friends have a double trigger with r/t and they don't have a problem sweet spotting it either. You just have to tune it right. So, in my opinion, if it's what you like, get it.
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yea it really is all about opinion...i had a 2x trig sanded to be a blade...but a shattered it so now im back to a single trig

they're both easy to sweet spot, u just have to adjust...an up to having a 2x trig is that if ur in a game when u have to turn off your r/t u can still shoot fast as oposed to using a single trigger

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theres rlly no reason for it on the rt...but its ur opinion so w.e
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I had a gta dble trig with my ol r/t. I didnt like the feel of it and I couldnt get the bounce effect like I did with the stock trig so I pu the stock trigger back on.

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^ Thats not true....Well maybe for you but I happen  to like the GTA 2x trigger.
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I have one, it takes some getting used to but once your used to the new pull its just as easy.

Originally posted by OOshanis OOshanis wrote:

yea it really is all about opinion...i had a 2x trig sanded to be a blade...but a shattered it so now im back to a single trig

they're both easy to sweet spot, u just have to adjust...an up to having a 2x trig is that if ur in a game when u have to turn off your r/t u can still shoot fast as oposed to using a single trigger


You wont be able to shoot fast with a double trigger unless you have an E-bolt/Grip


Edited by You Wont See Me - 04 May 2006 at 8:27pm
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i have a double trigger r/t and i got it tuned super good by a shop and it is soooooo easy to sweet spot it....
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Styro Folme Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 May 2006 at 10:09pm
there is no need for a double trig....  upgrade if you want.... it's your marker.....  but i'd recommend to stay away...
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i guess its all about feel. 

Ad-on question

Whats better, blade trigger or double?
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You answerd your own question.

Its strictly on what feels best for you.


Edited by You Wont See Me - 04 May 2006 at 11:05pm
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I was actully asking that question hoping you would respond, because you use r/t and the blade trigger. 

Although i have never tested out this blade, it sure looks nice...


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