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New Stock Legend Grips
by Bill Mills - Photos by Dawn Mills - Oct 2007

The Legend, from Infinity Paintball has seen a growing following as an alternative to many of the “big brand” markers in the tournament-level or high-end category.

The marker's stock trigger is a curved design, bowing forward toward the user's trigger fingers.

Responding to requests from their customers, Infinity is now also producing a blade trigger as an upgrade. The Infinity Blade Trigger is mostly straight along its front surface, with a slight forward bowed curve closer to its end.

paintballThe blade trigger also has more deeper radii on the edges of both its front and rear faces than the stock trigger, resulting in a smoother and more rounded feel. It contains three adjustment screws, in the same positions as the stock trigger, for full 3-point trigger adjustment.

Installing the trigger for review was mostly straightforward, as the Legend does not require grip frame removal for disassembly. The Legend trigger pivot pin is made of stainless steel with a black finished button head screw on one side. A small o-ring provides friction to prevent the pivot pin screw from backing out on the field. Unfortunately, nothing provides friction for the pin, and the first go at removing it ended up with both the screw and the pin spinning, rather than the screw backing out of the pin. This was easily solved by gripping the head on the opposite side of the pin with a pair of needle-nosed pliers.

paintballWith the pin out, the stock trigger was simply slid out of position. The dual ball-bearing assemblies that allow the trigger to pivot smoothly while blocking side to side play were slid out of the stock trigger with the pivot pin, and slid into the blade trigger which was then placed in the Legend and secured with the pivot pin.

Installation took less than a minute, and the new trigger was ready to dial in. As for performance differences – it's a trigger – it does the same thing as the stock trigger. It does however provide an option for Legend owners who want a different feel and shape to their trigger.


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