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|05-13-2013, 02:27 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2008
Location: 13.2 N / 144.6 E
Hello everyone. I've been experiencing major trigger bounce on both the old and now the new trigger. I've tried removing the spring, removing the adjustment return screw. Max out the bounce settings. Nothing works. I noticed that the trigger lever that the trigger hits which in turn hits the noid is very loose and my next experiment would be too put some lube on it to kinda cause it to "stick" rather than be so loose. Not sure if this will work but it's worth a try. It may actually get stuck and not move at all and therefore the marker won't fire.
Anyone else experience major bouncing issues with their Crossover? I'm currently shooting mine on PSP 12.5 bps and I have to literally put my finger behind the trigger and push forward for it to stop shooting. Spring and screw are still in the trigger and will likely leave them there as the new trigger is easy to walk it's just the bouncing that's an issue.
Also going to try using LP with the Crossover. I know it has nothing to do with the bounce but I'm excited to use LP on the Crossover especially since I have an Angel and am looking at possibly picking up a Bob Long in the future so no worries about having to switch my tank out when I need to switch markers.
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