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Old 05-14-2001, 04:21 PM #1
Ninthgoose
 
 
Join Date: Apr 2001
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I am looking for some information on setting angel 2001 lcd triggers. Though the factory setting is smoth light and fast. I actually prefer it a little stiffer and a lot shorter.
Are there any online details, on how to rig, spring set the triggers?
Advice needed, cheers.
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Old 05-15-2001, 12:30 AM #2
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It is at AOG
check it out. http://www.angelownersgroup.com

How to change your LCD trigger - NiKoN

Alright, for those who aren't happy with their stock LCD trigger setting, which is the most of you, this is how you adjust that baby:

First off, open up the grip frame by taking the four screws out of the grip. Next, you will see at the top right of the board and above the LCD screen two electrical hookups that run from the battery to the board. To make the process of adjusting your trigger easy, unhook these wires. You can pull them, they won't rip out of place so you don't need to worry about that.

Next, take out the screw under the Frame above the trigger. After this screw is out, remove the one from the back of the frame. This will unhook the frame from the body. Now you can hold the frame in your hand apart from the body. Here you can see the trigger and two screws on top of it, one screw in the front is silver and the back one is black. To find the second screw, take out the spring and it's in the bottom of the hole where the spring is held.

Now, the front screw adjusts how far BACK the trigger will go, so if you'd like to have a shorter pull, screw this screw out. For a longer pull, screw it in. The back screw adjusts how far FORWARD the trigger will go, so if you'd like to shorten the trigger, screw this screw out. For a longer pull, screw it in. Now, if you screw these two screws to far in or out, the trigger will not meet the contact point anymore and will result in the marker not firing. To make sure you haven't gone to far in or out, hook those two sets of wires back in to the board and put the body back over the frame. You DO NOT have to screw the frame back on. Listen for a "CLICK". If you don't hear one, then chances are you have screwed in the back screw to far.

Once you've set the trigger to where you like, re-attach the frame to the body and screw the Grip back into the frame. Remember to replace the spring in the top of the trigger and to plug the two sets of wires back in to the board.

By: NiKoN
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