hey everyone so im looking for some input on what you think i should do i recently picked up this dm7 and the previous owner claimed it modded as "single trigger mod". Now if he broke the trigger guard and decided to do this "mod" or it was his intension in the first place (crazy) but this is what im left with i got it fairly cheap becouse i needed a shooting gun and it does just that i was just seing if i can get some input on what i should do with it like mill the rest of the frame flat or try and make a custom trigger guard? in addition the posative is its actually been milled down and reannoed wich looks pretty good in my opinion i put a stock dm7 photo in the end so you can see the diffrence in the milling so lmk what ideas you got people thanx! o and also yes i know getting a new frame will solve it but ive found a dm7 frame before for an oil slick body i picked up and that was nearly impossible to do and i highly doubt i will find one again for a while. o and one mroe thing the pics are after i bought a new trigger and board grips etc
Markers that I think are ok with a single trigger : any pump, Spyder, older classics. Markers that I dont think are ok with a single trigger: dm7's and anything not mention. I want to know the same: Why in the world would he do that?
Yea closest thing ive seen is a bent frame im pretty good with mods but this would be tricky to fix im seing if anyone has ideas but in the mean time its my main tourney gun trigger guard or not it still shoots like a dream and the milling deffently makes a diffrence in the weight ill weight it one day and see how heavy it is to stock
A lot of fields will not let you play with a gun that has no trigger guard. At least thats how it used to be, I am getting kinda old.
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I have heard the same thing. They say the trigger guard is there for your safety and if its removed the gun had been altered and not deemed safe... now I guess this is all up to who is running the field.....
I always thought it was there to prevent the gun from going off accidentally when you put it down or it comes in contact with something
You could always try and do some sort of Russian Legion Shocker modification and grab 2 SS bars from a hobby shop and bend and fit to make your own trigger guard if the field you usually plays at won't allow it.
Basically cut off the old trigger guard square to the frame, bend the SS lines, drill and tap the ends out, and run two small screws from the inside of the frame.
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