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Old 05-26-2009, 03:38 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 05-26-2009, 03:40 PM   #12 (permalink)
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You really have to have a quick trigger pull. If you have a slow pull you need to hold the pump handle forward, otherwise the sear will catch the hammer and pull the whole assembly backwards.
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Old 05-26-2009, 03:43 PM   #13 (permalink)
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You really have to have a quick trigger pull. If you have a slow pull you need to hold the pump handle forward, otherwise the sear will catch the hammer and pull the whole assembly backwards.
That can be fixed by removing the material from the sear sled to make it "flatter" (or by replacing the trigger screw with another one). Or in my case, rotating the screw to the side that was still straight and threaded.

It is a bit aggressive of a modification, but it is what "they" say to do.
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That can be fixed by removing the material from the sear sled to make it "flatter" (or by replacing the trigger screw with another one). Or in my case, rotating the screw to the side that was still straight and threaded.

It is a bit aggressive of a modification, but it is what "they" say to do.
Why don't they do it from the factory?


Who likes a spongy trigger pull?
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Why don't they do it from the factory?


Who likes a spongy trigger pull?
I have no idea, whoever ordered it obviously did not specify what they wanted (or did not know they could).
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That can be fixed by removing the material from the sear sled to make it "flatter" (or by replacing the trigger screw with another one). Or in my case, rotating the screw to the side that was still straight and threaded.

It is a bit aggressive of a modification, but it is what "they" say to do.
where is my pic?!?! just kiddin bro... size of screw please.



I think I may a spare in my parts kit :runsofftocheckhispartskitrealquicklike:


edit: yup, gots me a spare

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I have no idea, whoever ordered it obviously did not specify what they wanted (or did not know they could).
All I'm saying is, I've never met someone who likes a spongy trigger pull...
(Not saying mine is a complete sponge, it's still quite "crisp.")

Oh well...
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I think you're thinking spongy when you mean... overly long?
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where is my pic?!?! just kiddin bro... size of screw please.



I think I may a spare in my parts kit :runsofftocheckhispartskitrealquicklike:


edit: yup, gots me a spare
Gah! Sorry, I forgot. I will take a picture in a day or so, right before it heads out to its new owner.
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