Shouldn't Carters inherently have auto-triggers, based on how the valve system operates (Nelson)? How come there is the option on the website for Auto-trigger action, for 25$?
it's not inherent, it's based on sear design.
early nelspots couldn't A/T, even with DF and pump mods, showing the system can be non A/T.
Oh I see, would new Carters now-a-days have auto-triggers automatically? What do you think? A few reviews I read have said that they got auto-triggers without asking for them, but I don't know if that was by design or was an accident.
my 99 slider had it, my 05? buzzard had it too.
in fact, not sure I have ever seen one without it......... then again I haven;t seen any 'new' ones.
for non-DF use, doesn't matter for direct feed with constant air, I'd want it.
When I had my Carter Comp kitted out with the normal receiver the AT worked perfectly. I switched up to one of the original Duck lowers with a sliding trigger and the AT became semi problematic. The height of the trigger didn't always trip the sear to disengage the hammer. :(
For single shots it worked great and I usually don't AT with Nel-Spot based guns, so the Duck lower stayed on (style over substance LOLS!).
Is the 12 gram changer made by Carter or Bud Orr?
Thanks I had seen a pump changer like that on another Carter marker, and it did look like Carter's machining on Bud's pump change.
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