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A look at the Collective Minds Xbox One Trigger Grips

Amazon has opened a product page for Collective Minds Xbox One Trigger Grips, revealing details and images of the newly-available accessory bundle. If you are interested, you can purchase the grips with this link on Amazon. Check out some images of the content being included in the package with our media gallery below this paragraph.

The Collective Minds Xbox One Trigger Grips is advertised to provide faster trigger input and reduce latency by using a “trigger stop mechanism” via the included handles. Gamers will be able to adjust the pull length to fit their needs. You can check out the full product description below:

The trigger stop handles replace the original Xbox One controller handles and have a built in trigger stop mechanism reducing trigger range to the optimal stopping point for most shooters. This enables the gamer to fire much faster and more frequently. The pull length of the trigger is also fully adjustable by the user even while the trigger stop handles are on the controller using the supplied tool. This allows the gamer to adjust the amount of throw necessary before firing in their favorite shooter for the maximum fire rate!!! Trigger stop handles provide adjustable pull length and reduced trigger range ideal for shooters. Normal triggers have a very long pull length and trigger range for general use and not optimized for shooters.

The grip handles were also created with ergonomics in mind with a smooth robber finish in addition to not adding any more bulk to the Xbox One Wireless Controller. Furthermore, the bundle comes with eight thumb toppers with two of each of the following types: 9mm convex, 8mm concave, 15mm FPS concave and 15mm FPS convex.

If you are looking for an advantage when playing shooters on the Xbox One, you might want to check out the Xbox One Trigger Grips from Collective Minds.

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