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    Posted: 04 July 2008 at 8:08pm

Hi, I have a 98 custom A.C.T less than a year old and I am trying to install a Response Trigger. I ran into some problems and i HOPE you guys can help because I am so lost.

This is how I assume it goes:

But the hole the line fits perfectly into has no opening on the other side!


Hopefully I don't make a fool out of myself with an obvious solution. Please help me



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Knock it out with a punch, then file the burr's off. done deal.
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 Yup, as Techie said you have to cut that out yourself. Takes almost no real effort to do it. Tippmann doesn't pre-punch that because it would look a little funny if they did.

 Oh, and your end cap is a little loose.

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Haha thank you so much : ) Yeah, my sear spring is knocked out too 
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To help anyone else with this same problem:


Hit it with a hammer...

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