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Old 04-15-2014, 02:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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New CCM Prototype Aluminum Trigger

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interesting hows the feel of it when shooting and auto triggering it ?
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Since you can only shoot one at a time, maybe you should let a teammate test out the other.
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We made a couple of those out of delrin too but I don't have any pics for those.

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Looks like I might have to come over to check this out Seudog.
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interesting hows the feel of it when shooting and auto triggering it ?
The trigger pull feels very smooth. From the initial pull to the release of the sear without telling anyone they say, "It feels like butter".

There are two different triggers being tested. One has 2 hardened brass rollers. The other has 1 hardened brass and 1 stainless steel roller.

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The trigger pull feels very smooth. From the initial pull to the release of the sear without telling anyone they say, "It feels like butter".

There are two different triggers being tested. One has 2 hardened brass rollers. The other has 1 hardened brass and 1 stainless steel roller.
interesting I will have to get one if there will be production of it or unless if I can get my hands on one. I like the concept but was wondering if it altered the lug adjustments and timing greatly? I tried something similar a Acid customs carbon trigger awhile back that had a flat bearing roller and found it was very inconsistent in timing, I had to adjust the lug to its max for it to work properly and when it worked I auto triggered the crap out of it and wore down faster then the factory ccm trigger
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ok fine ill use one in out tournament next week. just need a bearing were it pivots
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