Double Triggers

by admin on January 2, 2012

Double Triggers

Double triggers are almost always an advantage, but are they worth the price?

First of all, many of you may be wondering what we mean by a double?

A paintball trigger is either a single or a double. "Single" and "double" refers to the amount of fingers that can fit. ie. A single only has enough space for one finger.

Single (AKA-standard)-

A single will only provide enough space for one finger. This is the best option for paintball guns that cannot reach a high enough BPS to warrant the use of several fingers. If a paintball gun's max BPS is low enough to achieve with one finger, why bother?

Also, some guns are only built to fit a small paintball trigger. Which means that because singles are smaller in size, they are preferred over doubles. Some of the low-end blowback models are a good example of this.

Double- This option allows you to fire with multiple fingers. When fingers are used consecutively, a player can achieve a significant increase in fire rate. Learning to use multiple fingers efficiently is an important skill for a serious paintball player. "Walking the dog" is a method that paintball players use to increase BPS. CLICK HERE- To learn the "walking the dog" technique

In order to gain an advantage, you need a paintball gun that will benefit from this option. But to be honest, most guns, other than the very low end, will recieve benefit from these triggers.

The question then becomes is the benefit worth the price increase? This is entirely up to you. If you are on a budget with an OK but not great paintball gun, then a double trigger may not be for you. However, they are really not that expensive, and they are one of the easiest, most cost efficient ways to increase a paintball gun's BPS (balls per second).

The choice is up to you….

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