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Hi, this is my first post and I want to buy a zero trigger for easter. I looked at other threads and I did not get a clear answer. I am looking for the advantages and disadvantages of each trigger. So please respond to this thread.
Wich is the best: Maple leaf vs Airsoftpro vs JJ zero trigger

My rifle:
-Cyma cm.701
-airsoftpro spring guide
-maple leaf cylinder
-airsoftpro m160 spring
-some sort of maple leaf hop up bucking
 

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The Maple Leaf or ASP, whichever is cheapest in your area.
Maple Leaf 90° btw, not their 45°.

If you can afford it or shipping for the other stuff works out to be expensive, consider Springer Custom Works, TTI, or Bulltrigger, with Action Army bring your last resort.
 

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Give a chance for a new gen trigger set Maple Leaf

VSR 90° Zero Trigger Group ECO Edition (VTG90G3) and Dual Stage Trigger (For VTG90G3 Only)
Tool Font Bicycle part Fashion accessory Nut


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As for the JJ, this is a copy of the PDI trigger, but the metal must be tempered.

Springer custom is top.
 

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I have the jj trigger, for 3 or 4 years and it is really good, cheap and good! Works for what it is made, but you need to polish the contact parts for a smooth pull. you dont need to buy those fancy spencive triggers
 

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I have the jj trigger, for 3 or 4 years and it is really good, cheap and good! Works for what it is made, but you need to polish the contact parts for a smooth pull. you dont need to buy those fancy spencive triggers
second argee, after 4 years my JJ still work great.
Just like hamlet said, need polish and it will be smooth to use
 
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