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    Posted: 02 February 2013 at 2:17am
fang trigger or the response trigger and explanation
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Apples to oranges.  One is just an upgrade replacement trigger and the other is a firepower upgrade.
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The response trigger uses a port on the right side of your marker to reroute some of the CO2 from firing to a piston in the grip frame of your marker which kicks your trigger out at a speed faster than your brain can process, causing semi-auto guns to become full-auto with several variances in between. A fang trigger doesn't allow for any sort of real fire power increase aside from being able to use 2 trigger fingers, which arguably isn't  a bps (balls per second) upgrade on a tippmann.  
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Would help if you posted which marker you have.  I've had a couple of different triggers on my a5 and 98's, as well as the response trigger.  Personally I preferred a single trigger when I ran a response trigger.  If you do go with a response trigger  - again not knowing what marker you have - if it's a 98 you will want to upgrade from the stock gravity fed hopper.
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I have a question can i install response trigger in my bravo one tactical semiauto?
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