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Old 11-29-2012, 06:40 PM #1
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Fenix 2012 Trigger adjustment?

Hi all! i've got a 2012 spyder fenix. Now i was wondering, how do you adjust the "saber" magnetic trigger? I know there's the 3 holes and stuff, but can someone explain thoroughly what they each adjust, and different setting combos that i can try for different situations? Example would be like, what should i do to make it really good for walking the trigger on semi. Thanks all
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Old 12-07-2012, 11:26 PM #2
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It explains it pretty well in the manual.

You want to adjust it so that:
1. You're not able to pull the trigger further back after it fires.
2. The trigger is as close as possible to causing it to fire without vibrations setting it off.
3. You can adjust it so it takes less/more force to pull the trigger. This one is a personal preference.

#2 is the main thing to allow you to fire as fast as possible in semi-mode.
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Old 12-24-2012, 10:05 PM #3
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U tilt the gun upside down and the barrel has to be pointing to the rigt. Then u want to pull te trigger back and there will be a hole there. Get an Allen wrench and turn clockwise. I did this to my fenix and shoot amazingly
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Old 12-24-2012, 11:12 PM #4
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It already walks really good on semi compared to so many past spyders. So first read that manual to find out what screws adjust what and play with what your comfortable with.


As far as specifics I will tell you how I adjust mine. Fine tune it from there to what you like.

-First thing first, you have 3 things at play. #1 Return (the length of the pull short or long this is your preference). #2 Stopper (this is the part that touchs the frame). #3 Switch screw (the part that depresses the switch).

Start by adjusting #1. I like about 1/4" of travel. I hold the trigger and let go to determine how far i am.

Now adjust #2, Keep it tight is all i need to say. Not much to it, some triggers only have these 2 adjustments.

Finishes it up with adjustment #3 If you like the way your trigger feels then screw it in until the you can get the solenoid to click.
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