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    Posted: 23 January 2007 at 4:12pm

Well, I just found all the safety parts for my Sniper but have no idea how to install the spring and ball? Where do they go? Thanks forthe help!

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They go into the top of the trigger frame.  There should be a little hole above the trigger.
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Why would you want to put it in though? Your barrel cover (and the fact that you're using a sniper pump) will keep your marker safe far better than a cross-bolt safety will. Most 'Cocker owners intentionally took/take out the safety on their markers as it tends to make the trigger pull smoother when it is out.
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Ok thanks for the help. I really wasnt worried about it, but I wanted to know in case I play at a field that requires a safety of some sort.

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I use my safety as a convenient trigger stop.  The entire action happens before the safety.
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'Cocker hinge frame safeties are retarded. 'Nuff said.
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Who said anything about a hinge frame?

I am strictly 1-finger slider.

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I've never used one, actually.

Hinge frame safeties still suck.
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i only had a hing for my cocker for about a week, then i switched to a reflex.
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Ill take a properly setup slide trigger over a hinge anyday.
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Originally posted by Rambino Rambino wrote:

Who said anything about a hinge frame?


I am strictly 1-finger slider.



God gave us middle fingers to fire a slide-trigger cocker. That is the ONLY reason we have them.
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