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Old 12-02-2011, 10:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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You could probably find a trigger to modify. It looks like they took the stock sear arm off and put a rod that was longer with a piece to attach to the trigger on the other end. I'm sure there is a technical term for that piece that attaches to the sear and trigger.
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And that seems like the best way to mount the trigger. I'll post pics in about 3 weeks when its finished!
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Old 12-03-2011, 01:32 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Hey Ninja, the part that connects the trigger to the sear is called a clevis, you can pick them up at most hobby stores and they're excellent for using as connecting rods from triggers to sears. I use a 4-40 clevis on the Phantom trigger groups I make... Here's a link

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Hey Ninja, the part that connects the trigger to the sear is called a clevis, you can pick them up at most hobby stores and they're excellent for using as connecting rods from triggers to sears. I use a 4-40 clevis on the Phantom trigger groups I make... Here's a link

Phantom Rifle Trigger Groups
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i made one. the trigger on mine was funky and didnt actuate the on/off correctly. i had too cut my frame and mount it on with 1/6 of the frame on. if you have the same problem. thats how i fixed it
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