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    Posted: 05 December 2004 at 12:03am
How about this.  I don't own one as of yet but want to purchase an e-grip.  I was looking at the plan on the website and noticed that the only way to move from semi-autoto full, to 3 round burst, ect. was a little hole on the inside of the grip.  How about a 3 or 4 postion switch near your left thumb area to change between the different settings.  If I am not mistaken the AR-15 and the likes all have this if they are fully auto capable.
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Sorry about that I meant the right thumb.

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It could probly be done it you were well indowd with a good sense of electronics.
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i thought of this a while ago and even asked tippmann to do it but i never got a responce. its a good idea it just needs some people with the skills to just do it.
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you would need a tray for the grip then.
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It could probably be done very easily, but I would recomend picking a mode and sticking with it. When I had my A-5 I found that the plastic adjustment screws would strip very easily.
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