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Old 10-01-2006, 01:56 PM #1
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what do magnets do for the trigger?

i am gonna get a new trigger for my stock....but im not sure what to get..trigger with magnets or without? what do the magnets do for you?
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Old 10-01-2006, 01:59 PM #2
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Magnets make your trigger pull harder for those that perfer a harder pull.
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Magnets make your trigger pull harder for those that perfer a harder pull.

that

but mostly so your gun doesnt bounce, no one likes a gun that shoots 2-5 times when you pull the trigger once on semi
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but mostly so your gun doesnt bounce, no one likes a gun that shoots 2-5 times when you pull the trigger once on semi
so is it a good thing if a get a trigger with magnets? because i like sensitive triggers
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so is it a good thing if a get a trigger with magnets? because i like sensitive triggers

the "sensitive" quality of your trigger depends on how you have it set and how you adjust it

not weather it has a magnet in it or not
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the "sensitive" quality of your trigger depends on how you have it set and how you adjust it

not weather it has a magnet in it or not
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Many triggers with magnets in them, also have adjustable magnets. I think the NDZ ones have two smaller magnets, so you can remove one if the pull is too much for your preferance. Some remove all magnets as well. It just depends how sensitive you want your trigger to be.
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Go with a vp scythe. You can keep both magnets out and its like pulling on the microswitch... or you can put one magnet, or two and adjust it to your liking.
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Many triggers with magnets in them, also have adjustable magnets. I think the NDZ ones have two smaller magnets, so you can remove one if the pull is too much for your preferance. Some remove all magnets as well. It just depends how sensitive you want your trigger to be.
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Go with a vp scythe. You can keep both magnets out and its like pulling on the microswitch... or you can put one magnet, or two and adjust it to your liking.
will do...is it cheap?
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Its like $37.

Dont go cheap, in most cases ya get what ya pay for.

I suggest the critical RPM ($50) or the VP.
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Its like $37.

Dont go cheap, in most cases ya get what ya pay for.

I suggest the critical RPM ($50) or the VP.
i only have like 40 bucks right now and i still need to get a new feedneck,barrel
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Christmas is coming...lol
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Just buy one thing at a time, thats all you younger kids can do (im assuming your young since all you have is $40 and most people in this forum are kids).
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yea i am...its true christmas is coming..but ill be getting a job next weekend so yea.....
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