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Old 02-18-2012, 12:43 AM #1
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tension adjustment screw

i have an evil nxt and i had never liked the feel of the trigger so i bought a new one. I have found that the tension screw was striped and thats probably why i never liked it. so my question is does anyone know where i can get a spring and tension adjustment screw so i can use my shocker again.
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Old 02-18-2012, 01:30 AM #2
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The spring realy isnt necessary. I took the spring out of both my nxt's and just use the micro switch for return. But if you realy want a new one they come in the nxt/sft screw kit you buy from punisherspb.com
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Old 02-18-2012, 01:33 AM #3
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The spring realy isnt necessary. I took the spring out of both my nxt's and just use the micro switch for return. But if you realy want a new one they come in the nxt/sft screw kit you buy from punisherspb.com
thats good to know i didn't think it would work with out one i was looking for used triggers
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Old 02-18-2012, 02:03 AM #4
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thank you jim4130. i was afaird that without the spring it would be sloppy and unresponsive but it seems to work fine
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Old 02-18-2012, 09:25 AM #5
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I use the microswitch as a return also...do you ever go to fox of off 88 and farnsworth. They are local to you and deff the best pro shop around, they can help with almost anything
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Old 02-18-2012, 11:33 AM #7
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I use the microswitch as a return also...do you ever go to fox of off 88 and farnsworth. They are local to you and deff the best pro shop around, they can help with almost anything
lol i go up there all the time. i don't believe they have to many old shocker parts. I go up to fox every time i can't seem to get my gun working lol
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I just remembered another little trick Ive used to that will make it alittle more springy without the spring in there. You take the thin metal contact on the micro switch and bend it out just above the switch and it will give alittle more spring tension. It helps alittle if you dont like the feel without the spring.
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^^^ thank you for the tip
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I just remembered another little trick Ive used to that will make it alittle more springy without the spring in there. You take the thin metal contact on the micro switch and bend it out just above the switch and it will give alittle more spring tension. It helps alittle if you dont like the feel without the spring.
Word.... I do that to all my boards, makes the trigger travel less also
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