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Old 09-06-2017, 01:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I really like the eNMEy, but since have recently acquired another imaginary friend I need to start thinking about adding another gun to the collection. This particular imaginary friend likes the super super cool feeling single trigger of the eNMEy, but doesn't like how it leaks from the trigger if you creep on it. This same imaginary friend likes classic stuff, but also likes the simple maintenance and reliability of the new stuff. Don't forget he is kind of a weirdo. Batteries and projects are okay for this guy.

Things he's thought of thus far:
Angel with single trigger (9v, Enoch board?)
Vanquish with inception mamba trigger
Mag of sorts
Waiting for Eclipse GMek
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Let me know what you would buy or have bought for your imaginary friends.
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Old 09-06-2017, 01:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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A may sounds right up this friends' alley. Super low maintenance (though a bit annoying when troubleshooting), classic, and single trigger. Doesn't leak on slow trigger pull (slide trigger cockers will).

You could also throw in a bunch of random blowbacks from the 90s. Spyders, icd cats, etc.
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Old 09-06-2017, 01:47 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Is a classic mag or a cat in the category of super rad sweet trigger status? A trigger for a lazy finger, I suppose.
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You know, mech Ions don't leak when you hold down the trigger. Just sayin'....
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Old 09-06-2017, 08:26 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Yup, a version of a mech ion. Can be an ion, vibe or sp1. The three way is much more snappy and will not leak so much.
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A cat's trigger really won't let you "creep" on it. Pretty crisp pull which can be made even more so with the safety mod.

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You could always ask Ed Peterson to make you a slide frame mech ion. Quite an awesome setup if you ask me.
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Is a classic mag or a cat in the category of super rad sweet trigger status? A trigger for a lazy finger, I suppose.
You can creep on a mag trigger, and they don't normally leak when you do that. The main requirement for a classic mag trigger is that you fully release the trigger before you start pulling. It can't refill the dump chamber quickly if you have the trigger partially pulled. An RT mag will help with that, whether you are trying to bounce the trigger or not.

I'm looking forward to the GMek as well.
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Mags have a special and great feeling trigger. Not good for couch commandos as they have zero feel and flop around without air.
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Mags have a special and great feeling trigger. Not good for couch commandos as they have zero feel and flop around without air.
After many years, I still love airing up mags; that hiss and snap says "ready to play".
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