Originally Posted by jayport
will u take a closer/better picture of ur sear bracket in the trigger frame? im interested in how you went about that. also would like to see it shoot. seen ur mag on ao a while back forgot to ask ya!
-had to mill away the original trigger spring enclosure that was physically in the way of the trigger
-slotted the back of the stock trigger with a 3/16" end mill so that the sear rod would always be trapped within it, so that when the marker is de-gassed it would not just go limp and fall out of the back of the trigger
- I drilled an tapped a 10-32 hole (IIRC) into the trigger to recieve a plug which acts as an adjustment screw that touches the sear rod.
also before I sent it out for ano I sanded every single edge of the frame and trigger that my hand would touch with some belts of 120 grit to knock away any uncomfortable "sharp" edges, so the frame and trigger are very ergonomic