Alright. Well FBM and crackereast are the only ones who make triggers for wraths at the moment. I decided to try and make my own, and it turned out VERY nicely. It's actually fairly simple to make it too. What you do is find some sort of strong, somewhat thick and flexible plastic or other material. I used an old plastic hockey stick and it shapes well. Don't use any flimsy or thin plastic.
1. Grab a belt sander, dremel, or any electric type of sander.
2. Then, cut a chunk about 2 1/2"-3" long, about 1/2" thick, and about a quarter inch wide. Remember, you can always sand extra off.
3. Then you make sure it fits into your frame.
4. Next, hold the chunk of material with pair of pliers and lightly press it against the rounded edge of the sander if you want to make curves. At the top, near the pin hole, you have to round it, but it doesn't have to be perfectly rounded. You can basically shape the middle and bottom of the trigger however you want to, but remember to keep it long enough.
5. Once you're done finding what shape you want, then you compare it to the stock trigger and drill holes IN THE MIDDLE of the trigger where it would activate the switch.
6. Put the trigger in place and take a nail and mark where the pin goes through the trigger. Remember to keep the trigger straight when you mark the hole. Also put a hole for the set screw at an angle near the pin hole like the stock trigger.
7. Last, use an allen wrench to put the set screws into the pre-drilled holes. It will make it's own threading as long as the hole is a tiny bit smaller.
Here's what you may need to do it:
Here is the hockey stick:
Here's the wave that I'm using: