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Old 05-13-2012, 04:10 PM #1
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rapidfire w/ hyperframe?

can you rapidfire with a hyper frame?
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Old 05-13-2012, 09:51 PM #2
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Well, consider your question. And consider how we would be able to answer your question.

First, what's rapid fire. Second, what does the hyperframe have to do with that?

The answer you're looking for, is "yes." But your question is bad. ;-) IIRC the stock board in the hyperframe will accept settings up to 20bps. Which is pretty darned rapid.
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Old 05-13-2012, 10:04 PM #3
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What I mean is the common definition of rapidfire, A.K.A. RT valve with high input pressure and recharge rate to set a ridiculous amount of reactivity allowing a "sweet spot" to be achieved. Basically what I was asking is is there a ram that activates the sear in a hyperframe, and if so is there a way to have a "manual/electronic" switch like in the emag.

SO. can you raise the input pressure in a mag with an RT valve and a hyperframe in order to achieve Zak Vetter's "rapid fire", or is the hyperframe ALL electronic, unlike the emag?
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Old 06-29-2012, 08:14 AM #4
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yes, but...
u will not sweet spot it like a mechanical trigger. it uses the stock sear but uses a solenoid to actuate the sear. its either off or on, unlike a set-up mech trigger that holds it right at the sweet spot. also, the old Hyperframes came with 50gram micro-switches and they were just to hard to "walk". most people replaced it with a 25gram and it was much easier to shoot fast.
the best thing about the electronic frames was that they virtually eliminated shortstroking which is what usually caused chops for me.
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