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Old 08-23-2006, 01:36 PM #1
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Help with adjusting my NDZ S-streme trigger

Ok I got this trigger a while ago and up till now it has been good to me but lately it has become excessively bouncy. The reason for the bounce is that the trigger has too much travel distance which means I need to adjust the screw on the top to get rid of the bounce. The only problem is what the hell kind of screw driver is design to get in there and adjust that screw.


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Old 08-23-2006, 02:17 PM #2
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You HAVE to take the short end of an allen wrench to adjust that screw.... I have a trigger very similar to yours and was going through the same thing when I realized that I could use the trigger height adjustment screw (its inside the frame behind the trigger guard) to set the trigger nice n close to the frame and also limit the amount of return travel.
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Old 08-23-2006, 03:16 PM #3
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You HAVE to take the short end of an allen wrench to adjust that screw.... I have a trigger very similar to yours and was going through the same thing when I realized that I could use the trigger height adjustment screw (its inside the frame behind the trigger guard) to set the trigger nice n close to the frame and also limit the amount of return travel.
The only thing is I tried using the short end of the Allen wrench and it would not fit because of the weird angle. So is their any kind of wrench that can get inside their despite the wierd angle.

close but no cigar so ill give you 500,000.

Edit: my dad said that cutting off some of the short end would work. Is this a good idea?
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Old 08-23-2006, 07:45 PM #4
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1. Find the allen wrench that fits that particular setscrew.
2. Cut off the short part and keep the long part.
3. Make a wad of material (chewed gum or epoxy) and attach it to one end.
4. Voila you just made yourself a trigger adjuster.... yay!!!!
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1. Find the allen wrench that fits that particular setscrew.
2. Cut off the short part and keep the long part.
3. Make a wad of material (chewed gum or epoxy) and attach it to one end.
4. Voila you just made yourself a trigger adjuster.... yay!!!!
Alright thanks heres the other 500,000.
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