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Old 03-27-2008, 08:46 AM   #31 (permalink)
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I would think that any form of rapid fire would wear out the sear faster. I got mine yesterday so I had it installed on my crossfire tank at my pb shop. I tested it with the ULT and did get the reative fire going, but only in short bursts. I tried the stock on/off and it didn't have any reactivity. I don't know if I installed the stock on/off wrong or what? But, I would think 1000psi would be enough to get it going. I'm going to have to read around some more.
How are you trying to achieve rapid fire? Pulling the trigger quick will reduce the chances of RT Bounce. If you pull it slow you'll have a better chance of hitting the sweet spot. The Mag's rt effect isn't the same as the Tippy's RT where it basically becomes full auto all the time.

When I first got my Rt pro from Tuna it had the stock RT on/off and it would bounce on a Preset Crossfire HP tank. The ULT On/Off helped to prevent that.
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How are you trying to achieve rapid fire? Pulling the trigger quick will reduce the chances of RT Bounce. If you pull it slow you'll have a better chance of hitting the sweet spot. The Mag's rt effect isn't the same as the Tippy's RT where it basically becomes full auto all the time.

When I first got my Rt pro from Tuna it had the stock RT on/off and it would bounce on a Preset Crossfire HP tank. The ULT On/Off helped to prevent that.
I was putting slight pressure on the trigger. I've decided to stick with my ULT anyway.
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