View Full Version : Trinity front block
04-30-2006, 02:55 PM
i was thinking of getting either the blue or the black
but really i dont care about the color
the performance is what i care about
I have the stock 05 ACS with no upgrades except the bolt now is this a good investment or should i use the money on a hooker?
04-30-2006, 03:41 PM
You may want to look at the Assault Block (http://www.e-paintball.com/detail.aspx?ID=857), because I feel it would be more ergonomical, and I also have a feeling it would be more free flowing then the Trinity, but I'll let someone who knows more then I do about these products tell you which is more efficient. If you were deciding between the trinity blocks, go with the blue one, it's a newer model, better design, and it looks pretty sweet.
PS. If I were you, I would take your back up gun out of the signature, not only does it make it excessivly long, but come on, a Brass Eagle, how much more embarassing could it be?
04-30-2006, 03:56 PM
I respectfully disagree with Tom. I had a Trinity VA on my Esprit and it allowed me to hold tighter than an assault block...it almost matched the angle of the grip perfectly but I agree with him in that it was not as high flowing as the assault block. In a 'stock' marker configuration, the Trinity will be awesome but if you want to go LP you'll have to drill it out.
And leave him alone about his BE...when I started playing, the BE was the 'upgrade' model to the nelly...:D
04-30-2006, 05:39 PM
yep ... well this model of the trinity .. is close to the flow of the assault block ... and yeah i agree with druid .. the -10* angle lets you hold your gun closer to your body ...
... heh druid .. don't you drill everything ?? :p ... i believe i'v seen the assaultblock drilled by you also ...
04-30-2006, 08:18 PM
haha...probably. Since I've rendered all my Spyders to LP (except the one Im working on now...it's not finished)...I had to. Here's what it looked like on the Esprit...it ran 200 psi @ 279 FPS on HPA....Oh...and it was a version 1 Trinity...not the one you can get now...
05-01-2006, 02:13 PM
Yeah, that makes sense to me. Probably just an asthetic choice, and after seeing druid's picture, I would have to say that the trinity looks pretty nasty on that gun. :D
05-04-2006, 03:07 PM
i really dont want to do any drilling
i suck at shop so i suck at measuring
i want to adjust my marker to the best but not have to drill anything
05-04-2006, 09:03 PM
then get the assault block for LP
get the Trinity and leave it stock
05-06-2006, 12:24 PM
.... welll you really don't need measuring for drilling the VA ... just get a good sized drill bit and a handdrill ... just remember to drill straight and you should be fine :) if you can't drill straight .. a drill press ..
opening holes up is really all your doing ... but if you really don't wanta do it .. go for the assault block ...
05-06-2006, 12:51 PM
or send it to me and I'll do it for a moderate fee :D
05-14-2006, 09:55 AM
id say that the trinity is the way to go because it keeps the gun in tighter,lowers operating pressure by about 60 psi (not sure if gun is all stock or what), reduces kick and looks nice. the assult block only lowers operating pressure like, 8-10psi lower than the trinity and then it doesnt do anything else. im positive about all of this because i have both of them and i was in the same problem that you are in.