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Poorly designed trigger,
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The objective of a gun accessory, IMO, is to allow you to trigger your shot continuously, accurately and effortlessly.
While the MOVE precision shot 3 does well in the first two department, shooting using the accessory requires a LOT of effort and induces LOTS of pain.
The spring mechanism controlling the trigger is way too hard to depress. I try the gun on Time Crisis razing storm Arcard mode and after only at most 2 mins of gameplay, my finger starts to hurt from pulling the trigger. I later realized that i can fire consistently without pulling the trigger. You can hold on to the trigger and the game allows you to continuously fire. Even then, my finger still hurts after only 10 mins of gameplay. (And no, I am not a girl with fragile fingers. I am an outdoor person, exercise regularly and can do finger pushup). This makes me very hard to recommend the gun as an accessory for the PS3 move games.
However, if you can handle the trigger, than the gun could be a great accessory for you. The gun looks expensive and constructed of good quality material. It also feel solid and intuitive to hold.
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Initial post: Jan 12, 2011, 9:12:26 AM PST
Matt S says:
Have you considered adjusting the trigger spring? Is it possible to get to that part?
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 12, 2011, 11:18:33 AM PST
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Posted on Jan 12, 2011, 11:19:52 AM PST
C. Lim says:
I did think about that but it is too much work. In addition, I was so disgusted with it that I wanted to return the guns to Amazon for a refund so i thought i better not do anything to the guns in case i damage it.
Posted on Jul 26, 2011, 12:49:56 PM PDT
Finger pushup? Vid or didn't happen.
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