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Old January 5th, 2009, 06:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New Trigger for Tippmann 98c

I don't play paintball alot. But when I do play, I play with kids who have better guns and more experience. I'm looking to install a new trigger on my 98c but i would rather not spend much on it since I don't play alot. i would prefer a two finger trigger that I can walk but I don't need an automatic setting. Any ideas?

Would the trigger suggested be better to be installed by me or a professional?
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Old January 6th, 2009, 05:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What kind of Tippmann 98C do you have?

That's to say, about how old it is...or if you know, does it have the old style internal trigger group/sear pack or the new style?

The newer ones will be able to take an electric upgrade kit, the older ones will not.

If it is possible, and you get one, it will be faster but still not all that great.

If it isn't compatible...you'll very quickly go past what another, faster shooting, gun would cost.
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Old January 6th, 2009, 05:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
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even if it is compatable wouldnt the e-trigger run about $100, and a 98 on the market will sell for about $100, so in my mind its not worth it nomatter what, it would be better to sell it for $100 and pick up a vs1 for $150, that way he would have a double-fingered e trigger and a much better preforming marker (smaller lighter faster easier to work on etc etc)while spending around $50 less (if you get a used vs1 you could probably break even)

if he just wants a double finger trigger while still keeping it mechanical that can be done to (if my memory serves me correct those were selling for $35-$40)
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