I recently installed the Blair Low Rider Trigger and soft spring into my Iwata Micron Takumi and what a world of difference it has made for me! I love how responsive it is to my touch allowing me to have the nuanced control I need to achieve subtle details in my AB paintings.
Being an oil painter for over 30 years, airbrushing presented a huge learning curve for me in that the airbrush isn’t tactile like a paint brush, where I could control the aim and shape of each brush stroke as it touched the surface. The low rider trigger in my airbrush makes the handling feel closer to a paint brush, and ultimately has reduced my learning curve with airbrush painting. Plus, the low rider trigger and soft spring eliminates finger fatigue allowing me to paint for longer periods of time. I highly recommend both the Blair low rider trigger and soft spring for the enhanced responsiveness and control it provides. It will definitely up your game!
I have one for my CM-SB and my Takumi. To me they feel better than the stock trigger.
If you haven’t tried a low ridder trigger and soft spring on your AB you don’t know what your missing. Enhanced control, not to mention comfort and less fatigue. Recommend the purchase.
Sou André Grafia do Brasil , sou artista aqui gostei do gatilho só achei que acabamento nao ficou bom a esperava uma case que não veio , mas nada disso impede a performance que é muito boa , fiz um review no meu canal do youtube para meus amigos do Brasil link
I added the low rider trigger and soft spring to both my Iwata CM-Takumi and Creos PS-771 and they have drastically changed the characteristics of these airbrushes! I have more control and with less finger fatigue. I definitely recommend this to anyone that wants to improve their airbrushing game.
As advertised the soft spring and low rider trigger make a huge difference with my micron. The service, communication and speed of delivery was greatly appreciated. I will continue to shop with Blair School of Realism
This trigger is amazing. I was a bit skeptical but once I tried. It lives up to the hype. I highly recommend. Especially on a side feed.
I gotta say I'm very impressed. I wasn't so sure that I would like it as much as I do; since I am so used to using a taller trigger, but I am very pleasantly surprised. For a side feed, it is the perfect trigger. I'd give it 6 stars if that was an option.
Love the feel, but haven’t shot any paint yet. The feel is 99% of the battle though
As you can see my stock cmb on the right compared to low trigger on left. The taper in the trigger fits my finger better. Combined with the soft spring its unbelievable!
I just purchased the Blair low rider trigger. I really love the control and how responsive it is. I was just working on a painting that I had already started and I was able to get into a very tight area with ease. I'm sure that I will gain much more control as I go. I aready have the soft spring which I purchased in class in 2010.
It works great with my Micron and it really does take the pressure off my finger. Now if i can just get pictures to look as great as Dru's, Lol I will provide pictures at a later time.
Who could have thought that such small difference in hight could have souch big impact on the airbrush? Much smoother feel.
First painting in progress with the new low ride trigger on an Iwata sb. Awesome !!
Great quality from the packaging, install and feel. Great performance from the low ride trigger.