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Old 05-27-2008, 01:33 PM   #28 (permalink)
dead possum
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trigger frame flex, what i mean is ..... since you removed the bottom leg of the trigger frame a portion of the frame that helped resist rotatonal forces (bottom) is no longer doing that. thus any twist/turn/torque forces are placed on the remaining 'legs'. i was currious to find out how well the frame was holding up to such a modification.

the idea is very interesting, i might look to do something similar depending on how the frame holds up.
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