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Old 03-24-2013, 05:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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RT On/Off in a Classic Valve

I've heard this little mod mentioned a few times here and there, and in fact my own Classic mag seems to have an RT On/Off assembly instead of the regular AM/MM part. Why? What is this supposed to improve? What effect does it really have?
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RT on/off cuts the stock trigger pull in half.

If you have good finger discipline this should translate to faster shooting.

If you have poor discipline it may translate to chuffing/short-stroking.

Get two side by side, one with a classic on/off and the one with your RT, and pull each, and you'll quickly see the difference.
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