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Old 06-01-2015, 10:36 AM   #11 (permalink)
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My fat fingers don't like trigger shoes
As I was poking around for some old DSP pics, I noticed you also switched from the in-grip bucket changer. Was it the grip shape, bucket location or both?

RatFink, did you miss the whole DSP run?
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Old 06-01-2015, 02:01 PM   #12 (permalink)
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A bit location, also the grip is huge in the hands. But mostly I was having trouble with it choking in cold weather, a problem I never had with the stock vsc setup. Reliability wins.
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RatFink, did you miss the whole DSP run?
Yeah, I did. Well sort of.. Talked to Dukie about them a bit and just couldn't get myself to pull the trigger when they went on sale on Black Friday. I was leery of what he told me about the trigger and I prefer lever changers to bucket changers.
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I love the DSP frame but man what I would give for a gas through grip garg frame
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Old 06-03-2015, 02:19 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Yeah, I did. Well sort of.. Talked to Dukie about them a bit and just couldn't get myself to pull the trigger when they went on sale on Black Friday. I was leery of what he told me about the trigger and I prefer lever changers to bucket changers.
I hope that some day all of these CNC and print machines will produce an HK style squeeze-cocker / lever changer frame thingy.

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You mean like a duck? Some of those have in grip 12g lever changers
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You mean like a duck? Some of those have in grip 12g lever changers
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That's about it. How easy is it work with, and why don't we see more of them?

I've always assumed they were only available (and fit) on a Carter marker.
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