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New Sprint Electronic 
Trigger Frame

Baldwin Park, CA – May 20, 2002 – Kingman’s new Sprint E- trigger frame, the latest addition to the Spyder electronic product line has hit store shelves.  Lightweight and easy to use, the Sprint trigger frame will easily transform any Spyder marker into a Spyder E-Marker --- at a price that can’t be beat.  

Notable Features are: 

  • Multi-mode functions: Semi-auto, 3-round bursts, 6-round bursts, and full auto
  • Patented ESP system
  • Ultra-durable polycarbonate frame
  • Adjustable rate of fire
  • Reactive Trigger Response
  • Compatible with CO2 and High Pressure Gas 
  • Semi-only firing mode lock
  • External Recharge
  • Adjustable trigger pull
  • Aluminum two-finger trigger with illuminated safety 
  • Dip Switch board settings with external access window

Available in five color choices (black, red, blue, green and silver), the Sprint trigger frame comes standard with a rechargeable 9.6v battery and charger; MSRP for the Sprint is $129.95.  For more information please visit Kingman’s website at or call (626) 430-2300.

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