Gear review: Dye Ultralite Frame
review by Young Choi
The people at Dye keep coming out with the newest innovations. It has been some time where a company has come out with a trigger frame that made sense. A frame that had everything that one would need to just bolt onto a gun and go frame.
As far as software goes, the circuit board is loaded. Not only can you adjust the Debounce, Rate of Fire, and Dwell; but the software also includes PSP/CFOA/Millennium Ramp and NPPL settings. One no longer has to dish out extra money for the Ramp software. Sadly, the board does not accept chips. I’m sure this is due to the WDP patent on removable software (chips) that was enforced last year. I’m sure Tadao Technologies and Advantage PB are working hard for aftermarket board options for this frame.
The trigger guard has ample space that doesn’t inhibit finger interaction with the trigger. The trigger is a blade style with a slight bump near the middle. Not enough to “rake” the trigger however (but then again, raking isn’t the best way to lay a steady stream of paint. Funny to see though). Externally adjustable set screws can be accessed without taking off the grips to adjust the pull. Bless this simple little feature, if your teammate borrows your gun, you can easily adjust the trigger quickly at half-time or between games. The force of the trigger pull can also be externally adjustable through the trigger. Behind the trigger is a set screw that increases or decreases spring tension so you can adjust the pull to your hearts content.
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