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Old 05-12-2006, 10:10 AM #1
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Question CP sling trigger PM5

Hey I just got a NIB CP Sling Blade trigger for my PM5.
However I canīt get it to fit quite right.... it doesnt hit the trigger switch.
Is it possible that I got a PM6 trigger or a both the same?
Got me confused and this isnt the first matrix trigger I install...

thanks

marijn

PS: any news on the Hybrid proto?
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Old 05-12-2006, 10:40 AM #2
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no news on the hybrid yet.

But, did you unscrew the trigger stop adjustment screw all the way out? It may be screwed in too much and its not letting trigger go in far enough.

also, make sure the return stop screw is also unscrewed all the way so you're sure that the trigger can be returned off the switch instead of it keeping it pushed in.

Once both screws are unscrewed and the trigger moves freely. then start tightening them up and adjusting them to your liking.

Go to their web site and see what yours looks like compared to the PM5 one in their picture.

I have the same trig from my PM5 and I LOVE IT! Its one of the best triggers/trigger setups I've ever used. All i did was put the sling blade in my proto and take out the return spring and it is pure speed. I love it to death and get compliments on it all the time.

I hope you didn't get the wrong one.

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