Tighten up your trigger pull with a trigger stop. Used on slider ‘Autococker’ frames, the trigger stop reduces the travel of the trigger pull. This will decrease the time it takes for the trigger to return to a shooting position giving you that extra split-second to shoot off another paintball. This is a terrific, reliable way to increase eliminations.
Bill of Materials:
(1) Trigger shoe
(1) 4-40, 3/8” Nylon tip socket set screw (McMaster-Carr P/N 94115 A107)
(1) Size 43 Drill Bit (McMaster-Carr P/N 2930 A57)
(1) 4-40 Tap (McMaster-Carr P/N 2522 A665)
(1) Hex wrenches, drill, sturdy vise, and cutting oil
STEP 1: Located where on the trigger shoe you would like to install the trigger stop.
STEP 2: Mount the trigger shoe into a sturdy vise and drill a hole. Use cutting oil as needed.
STEP 3: Tap 4-40 threads into the trigger shoe. Use cutting oil as needed.
STEP 4: Install the Nylon tip socket set screw into the trigger shoe.
STEP 5: Place the trigger shoe on the trigger frame and adjust the trigger stop to your preference.
Most slider ‘Autococker’ frames have an oval 3-way rod connection. Set you trigger stop to prevent further sliding when the oval becomes completely exposed. Set your hammer lug to ‘fire’ at this point.
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