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The trigger is only a small part of the electronic rifle. The entire operating system is electronically controlled, no spring, no hammer. Once you accept the control of electronic circuitry (just like your car), there is, I believe, actually less to go wrong. Overall, I believe the Red Wolf, and its predecessors, have proven to be very reliable. Why do folks buy them? I can only answer for myself. I fine the technology fascinating, With just the selection of another program, you have the equivalent of what would take the re-tuning of a mechanical rifle. And, without the slam-bang operation of a spring and hammer, the operating cycle is eerily smooth and quiet. It's fun. 

Are you sure there's no hammer or spring?

Assuming you are referring to a totally electronic rifle as the Red Wolf, I'm totally sure. A microprocessor controls the firing cycle.  Go to the Daystate site and pull up the schematic drawing of the rifle and parts.