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Stechele 04-12-2006 12:44 PM

New Select fire Trilogies
 
Has anyone seen the new Select Fire models of Trilogy?
http://www.xtremez.com/paintball/pro...ck=yes&dept=77

http://www.xtremez.com/paintball/pro...ck=yes&dept=77
I would like directly to WGPs site, but they havent updated anyting in awhile.

They have a 'different' grip frame, and still uses the stock 3-way'.
Apperantly it is a sear tripper frame, and has another solenoid to actuate the
'3-way'. I was fairly impressed with the Trilogy Sport I bought back when even though the 'general opinion' was that they were garbage.
I am thinking about picking up one of these in the near future to dork around with.

blackrain 04-15-2006 03:29 PM

That frame gives me an idea. Hmmmm it has eyes and I'm already working on a new cocker. Might just give WGP a call on this frame. Might not be very fast,but I'm assuming it works similar to a spyder E frame. I don't think it's nothing a T board can't fix lol. I'll have to investigate this some more.
Later,
Blackrain

K_Obeastly 08-01-2006 03:37 PM

they have something strange with this frame, where the air comes out of the LPR there is a T and it has another air hose that runs under the eye cover. I would assume it goes into the grip frame but I haven't found one that I was able to disect without buying it.

Walker 08-01-2006 04:08 PM

I like mine.........

http://home.comcast.net/~lucastl/pball/dn1.jpg

I found someone selling the frame for $90, and snagged it up. It works beautifully......


Walker

DarkNinja 08-03-2006 05:22 PM

that frames off a superstock(or other marker using the worr frame), it uses an electronic 3way.

the one on the trilogy uses an actuator rod so theres a second noid in the frame. seems like a decent lower budget gun....we will see in time though

kidneythief 08-03-2006 05:40 PM

Yeah Walker just likes to tease me with that gun....;)

-Jake

blackrain 09-14-2006 06:56 PM

Well I picked up one of these. I'll take a few picks once i get settle in my new home.
Later,
Blackrain

Murph 09-14-2006 07:04 PM

Yep, the airhose goes to another pneumatic solenoid valve hidden within the frame, and the 3 way shaft becomes an air-forward, spring return ram to trip the 3 way itself.

With that in mind you could potentially just throw a normal cocker solenoid in your 3-way slot and wire it to the pins the second solenoid goes, then have a normal e-frame.


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