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Old 10-23-2009, 04:09 PM   #41 (permalink)
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i mean if i put the valve in a mechanical body
yeah, in a mech mag it's a very nice upgrade. But not in an E or X
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What is a ULT? An ultra light frame?
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What is a ULT? An ultra light frame?
Ultra Light Trigger

It replaces the on off in the valve. It has a much smaller surface area so it is easier to pull the trigger.

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Ultra Light Trigger

reduces the trigger pul from 3 lbs. stock (RT on/off) down to a mere 15 oz. (ULT).
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