Originally Posted by Soopa Villain17
if you cant afford an intelli frame or benchmark or anything then why not ? all the fields ive been to dont have a problem with lack of a trigger guard , some guns came from the factory without one , one example is the green spyder special edition.
well, if they do it on such high end guns as that then by all means...
NO TRIGGER GUARD = UNSAFE
Last I checked, you could pick up a Benchy Double Trigger frame pretty cheap on AO...
Tournament Question & Answer
with Jim 'Sarge' Rossiter
when a double trigger is installed, and that part of the frame is cut off (the triggger gaurd) is it still tournament legal or would I have to purchase a frame that has the space to cover the double trigger?
Submitted by: Angel
If you are having a double trigger installed on your marker, you are required to have a trigger guard as well. In 2000 it was mandated that all markers must have functional trigger guards. This is not only a tournament rule but fields are held to this saftey rule as well. If you show up at a field without a functional trigger guard don't be surprised if you are told that you can not play.