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lightening or lessening the trig pull

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    Posted: 07 October 2004 at 5:47pm

Ok, I have an A-5 and I need to know if anyone knows how I can move the trigger pull back. I have already tried a couple of things to makit to about a centimeter and a half but I still am not happy. If you got any Ideas throw them out and I will gladely give it a try. Thanks

 

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uhm. trigger stops? egrip? how small do u want it to be?

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You can lighten it by replacing your trigger spring with a pen spring cut down to fit where the stock trigger spring would go.
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If it's still mech you might be able to get away with no return spring because the sear resets the trigger. And to shorten your pull just make trigger stops. Be careful with a pre pull stop.
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THanks guys
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i know how... i know how... but it doesnt work with a
r/t or e-grip... and i had to think how to do it and came up with a extremely short trigger pull, about 2mm or a little more.... but im a genius so... and i cant tell you cause it is really hard to explain.... i tried once but i needed pics but they came out to dark... so sorry... pm me if you really want to know.... great for speedball 100 percent legal.... so pm me if you want to know ... il try to explain to the best of my abilities... and will try to get new and light pics...+ will involve a little filing
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