Some more pics. We'll have Dust blue up by the end of the week, along with Polished black and blue
-For starters, this is the first ever "Clamshell” frame for a Shocker, but what does this mean? Easier access to frame internals which makes cleaning and overall accessibility a breeze. What else does this mean? Ah, probably everyone's favorite thing; it's super light, weighing in at 4.5 oz.
- The frame will come with an adjustable delrin trigger assembly, guided by dual ball bearings to eliminate any side-to-side play, and to give you the smoothest pull possible. The return you may ask? Attracting magnets; yes it's been incorporated. New trigger designs will be released in both Delrin, and Anodized Aluminum.
- Integrated dovetail as well as standard mount ASA holes. Forget the days of buying a rail and then your ASA to match.
- Integrated snatch grip; it has now been designed to come off the tailing end of both the SFT/NXT.
- No interference! Forget the days of your wires gumming up the works of your trigger, the separated trigger housing takes care of that.
- Frame accepts standard 45 degree grips
- Includes all hardware the frame needs; bearings, pins and screws.
- This frame is break-beam user friendly. The internal milling allows for a huge amount of space so the wires will stay jam free.
Last edited by bunkered109 : 07-05-2011 at 11:28 PM.
Speedy will no doubt correct me if I have misremembered, but from what I have read in other threads, to the best of my knowledge, this frame uses it's own proprietary triggers, and is not designed to be used with pre-existing Shocker triggers.
I designed the frame so that it has one of the smoothest and "snappiest" pulls. With that said, it's just not possible with the stock design, so from DAY 1 the idea of using Shocker triggers was out the window.
This frame has two bearings for the trigger assembly, make note; those are incorporated within the two halves of the frame. What does this mean? Well, it essentially gives the trigger the most stable positioning, so the trigger will never wobble.
I have plenty of upcoming designs for the triggers and will release them; it has been said before.
This current trigger will most likely look a little different from the pictures, but don't expect a two-finger or scythe design for stock release.
P3ngu!n- The back of the"hump", where your hand will sit is about the same distance as the stock.
The Trigger is recessed a little farther from the V.A. over the stock, but one main difference is the placement of the trigger. It sits much lower from the top of the body. It really gives you the ability to wrap your hands around the frame and keep your fingers from reaching up towards the trigger.
PS. The upper grip screws will NEVER damage the upper-board... Awesome