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Old 04-22-2014, 11:31 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Nicely done. Have you ever combined a ULT with Luke's "Complete Trigger Mod?"

http://www.lukescustoms.com/page0004.htm

I've always wondered how walkable a ULT is with it.
Having used these I must say it is a terrific mod.
However it is not remotely walkable. The mod actually makes it less walkable, increasing the pressure required to fire. It is still far less than an RT trigger.

The stock ULT is squishy with an indistinct release due to the lightness. I chuffed on it regularly (short stroked). The modded trigger I could not walk, but was incredibly fast with. It felt light and short but also crisp and responsive. Like the RT on/off but with half the pull and a third the trigger weight.

It is very easy to shoot quickly and properly.
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Having used these I must say it is a terrific mod.
However it is not remotely walkable. The mod actually makes it less walkable, increasing the pressure required to fire. It is still far less than an RT trigger.

The stock ULT is squishy with an indistinct release due to the lightness. I chuffed on it regularly (short stroked). The modded trigger I could not walk, but was incredibly fast with. It felt light and short but also crisp and responsive. Like the RT on/off but with half the pull and a third the trigger weight.

It is very easy to shoot quickly and properly.
Thanks for that. It sounds like it may be the mod for me then. I could not walk my pneumag for the life of me so I added a gentle spring behind the trigger so it was a light, snappy trigger I could wail on with one finger. The mod sounds like it would do that only with less hardware to set up.
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lol ya I just use whatever gives me the roundest numbers for spacing. Oh and I hate fractions.
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