This is the place to see how to make a Timmy trigger fit your wrath. If sumthin goes wrong with your gun though, it is not my fault. DO AT YOUR OWN RISK. But nothing bad should happen. Ssoooo…
TOOLS: Hammer, punch, hobby knife, hobby glue (or your choice), and thin piece of hard plastic or metal.
First, score a great deal on a delrin trigger for a timmy. Ok, then proceed to cut the "spike" off the top.
Sand clean. I didn’t do a great job , but you should! Make sure the part you cut off clears the frame. Test fit to make sure. Cut the corners off the back, near where the adjuster screws go in. this will prevent it from hitting the frame. You can remove the top adjuster screw, it isn’t needed anymore.
Now, fill the hole with a filler of choice. I used hobby glue. Cold weld or other things will work, as long as they don’t provide friction, like hot glue. During the drying process, make a hole in the filler. Slowly make it bigger, until the trigger pin fits in it, loosely, but not too loose. That way it can swing.
Now, you need to make a shim/ spacer. You can make it out of metal, plastic, anything that will make the trigger tight. I used a thin piece of plastic, that way I could drill the hole easy, and make it thinner easy too. I cut part of it off, so it was adjustable. Make sure its not too thin, or its pointless, but it cant be too thick either. Test fit and sand. Glue it to the trigger on the left side (looking from the back of the gun). Wait till it dries fully! Make sure the pin can still move freely.
Once it dries, fit the trigger into your gun. If you need to sand down the shim more, do it now. Pop the pin back in, making sure it doesn’t **** with your filler. Put your wrath back together. Adjust your screw, and...Rock on. Im out.
Thanks to mike, Oren, Robbie, and of course, me. and you guys, I guess.