Swing trigger frame suggestions
What's the best swing trigger frame on the market in your opinions? I'm looking at getting either a CCM 86* or 45 double finger frame, an Eclipse swing frame or something else. I'm basically just looking for the fastest frame that is comfortable and I'm hoping for full overtravel/take-up adjustments.
|JaKaL ||01-27-2007 02:39 PM |
Eclipse frames are the best swing frames. Jackal machine 90's and CCM 86's are the best quality "non-traditional" frames.
I have a chrome Eclipse Hinge that I think I'd be willing to sell to you.
No thanks on the eclipse hinge for now. I'm going for black parts but if I don't find anything I'll hit you up for that frame.
|JaKaL ||01-27-2007 10:39 PM |
just lemme know!
|Jari Kurri ||01-28-2007 04:28 AM |
The ANS frames are very similar to the Eclipse and may be easier to get. Have tried both and cant say I prefeer any of them over the other.
|russc ||01-28-2007 11:23 AM |
I found the Powerlyte Hinge frame to have a better trigger geometry for firing. With lightened springs, I could "walk" mine. I've had much less luck on Eclipse MKIIIs.
|Tesko ||01-28-2007 12:57 PM |
Eclipse hinge's are quite nice, but my personal favorite are the Kapp Reflex II's.
|doicomehereoften ||01-29-2007 11:57 PM |
The KAPP's are very nice. Very adjustable. And the trigger is big enough that even with my gorilla paws I can get three fingers on the trigger if I really for some reason would find that necessary.
|minimag03 ||02-07-2007 11:38 PM |
I know there has to be a reason Palmers offers the KAPP frames as an option.
|Murph ||02-08-2007 04:29 PM |
I love the one on my Type X, go with system X, just send it to a custom shop to get the back of the frame bevelled or it's uncomfortable as hell. Gives you an amazing trigger though.
*Edit* I just put a set of uncut sticky 3's on my system X frame. I couldn't get all the holes to line up properly, but you really only need the top two screws in if you're using the full wraparound grips. They make the Type X frame feel awesome.
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