View Full Version : Trigger??

08-22-2006, 07:54 AM
whats a good after market trigger for a pilot. i dont like the stock one its kind of loose

08-22-2006, 08:00 AM
I like the SPPS Magnetic triggers. IMO they work very well.

Here is the site:

SPPS (http://www.sundragonpps.com/paintball_spps_home.html)

08-22-2006, 08:20 AM
like the trigger but does it fit well? i dont want it to be loose like the stock one

08-22-2006, 08:26 AM
Nevermind they only ship to continental US. not Puerto Rico:confused:

08-22-2006, 08:52 AM
I like the SPPS too....
I have one and I have a FBM Delrin...its good as well...
*Edit* here is a link to FBM

08-22-2006, 10:11 AM
You can take out the wobble in the stock trigger. Remove the pin (it only goes in one way from one side) and trigger. Then shim the trigger with plastic (ideally) or metal washers on either side until it fits snug, but not tight. Don't forget a few drops of oil and reassemble.
I like my Sundragon trigger, by the way.

08-26-2006, 05:33 PM
get a hair trigger i got installed for 100$
only bad thing is it fire sometimes with u don't touch it

08-26-2006, 05:38 PM
I like the SPPS too....
I have one and I have a FBM Delrin...its good as well...
*Edit* here is a link to FBM

I wouldn't buy from FBM if my life depended on it, thats just me though. SPPS makes good triggers. There is also a guy on PBN who can custom make delrin triggers. His sn is comcast.

08-27-2006, 03:56 AM
The sensitivity of the firing is determined by the micro-switch behind the trigger, not the trigger blade itself. The stock trigger's micro-switch is a 250 gram switch. Meaning; it takes 250 grams of pressure to depress and activate (or "fire") the switch. Aftermarket switches can be bought in 25 or 50 gram models. The stock 250G can also be modified to a lighter pull- check the sticky at these forums.
I have a 50 gram and it is plenty sensitive for me. Some people have experienced double shots or bounce firing with the 25 because of it's sensitivity.
The trigger blade assembly itself can be changed but it's strictly a matter of personal "feel" preference not trigger sensitivity. I have the Sundragon magno-trigger and it has a magnetic return instead of a spring. This may lighten the trigger feel somewhat, but mainly it gives a better platform from which to "walk" the trigger. It does however give a snappy retun when you release it.
Lastly, there has been some talk of people having "hair triggers" installed for $100 on these forums. I assume they don't mean entire trigger frames. Anyone who buys a trigger and/or micro switch for $100 installed may want to rethink that investment since a micro-switch costs $5-10 and most triggers are $27-35.
I hope this helps to clear up these questions on triggers. Good Luck to all.