This how-to video shows how to uninstall or remove your Response Trigger Kit from your Tippmann paintball gun – whether it’s a Project Salvo, Tippmann 98, A5, or X7 – we walk you through the process and give you some helpful tips along the way.
Tippmann has once again produced a paintball gun meant for the diehard scenario players. The Tippmann Project Salvo paintball marker is part of the military armament paintball replicas. Using the shape and style of the AR-15, Tippmann used their expertise in producing durable and reliable markers to produce the Project Salvo.
The Project Salvo paintball gun has a number of features that will appeal to the scenario player. For example, the collapsible folding stock allows a player to choose the feel and look that they desire. The maker has four picatinny rails allowing you to upgraded and create the paintball gun you have always wanted. You can also upgrade this marker with an e-grip, custom response trigger, cyclone feeder and flat line barrel systems. When it comes to upgrading this marker you are pretty much only limited by your imagination.
There is at least one more reason why you need to add this paintball marker to your arsenal. Paintball players love it. This maker has great customer feedback. Players love that they can easily upgrade the parts. They rave over how easy it is to maintain. And they can’t seem to say enough nice things about the durability. When you are looking for a marker, you can’t go wrong by choosing the same marker that thousands of ecstatic customers have.
The reactive trigger kit uses gas from each cycle to push the trigger back forward against your finger. While it’s just about impossible to explain, you can attain a sweetspot in seconds (you’ll understand as soon as you pick up the gun), supercharging your Tippmann’s rate of fire to 15 balls per second or more! A simple, well-detailed installation is all that’s necessary, no batteries needed, and you’re good to go.