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Old 06-24-2006, 01:43 AM #1
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Slik Trigger Owners: Feedback Needed.

The CP Roller Threads... Stripped on me and I am in need of a new trigger that is adjustable.

How is the slik in terms of comfort of walking? Does it fire if you tap your marker (as it only sit's on the microswitch) and how is the feel of the trigger on your fingers?

LMK, as I am going to buy one of these to test out.

P.S.: Take care when adjusting your CP trigger, sometimes they loctite or do something to the threads to make them next to impossible to adjust.
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Old 06-24-2006, 09:11 AM #2
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I love my Slik trigger. It's not that sensative... unless you sest it up that way. My friend has a CP roller on his shocker, and i really don't like it. The shape of the Slik is great for walking. and the trigger pull is very smooth. The ONLY quam i have with the trigger is that i can't use my post travel screw... as detailed in my thread a few weeks back. But it didn't bother me much, as i just bottomed it out against the frame for my post travel and have never felt a trigger i liked as much.
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Old 06-24-2006, 10:15 AM #3
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I love my Slik trigger. It's not that sensative... unless you sest it up that way. My friend has a CP roller on his shocker, and i really don't like it. The shape of the Slik is great for walking. and the trigger pull is very smooth. The ONLY quam i have with the trigger is that i can't use my post travel screw... as detailed in my thread a few weeks back. But it didn't bother me much, as i just bottomed it out against the frame for my post travel and have never felt a trigger i liked as much.
To solve that issue you could do what scenario dreams was doing for all NDZ trigger owners who bought their Ion boards. They had to put a small nut in the pre-travel screw in order to actuate the switch properly. You could put a small nut on the post-travel screw. Make sure you test it out before you loctite the nut, though.
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Old 06-24-2006, 10:18 AM #4
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I might try that if needed. Good suggestion.
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Old 06-24-2006, 10:19 AM #5
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Thanks, it's nice to know that my research pays off.
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Old 06-24-2006, 11:27 AM #6
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To solve that issue you could do what scenario dreams was doing for all NDZ trigger owners who bought their Ion boards. They had to put a small nut in the pre-travel screw in order to actuate the switch properly. You could put a small nut on the post-travel screw. Make sure you test it out before you loctite the nut, though.

That's a really good idea. i wont do it myself, as i really like my trigger where it is... but that's such a simple and easy solution to the problem. I love it.
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