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Old 05-30-2004, 02:21 PM #43
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there has been talk of other markers but not in the near future. the reason im producing these is right now no one else makes custom triggers for e-force piranhas. i would need to source a TES in order to design a good functioning trigger to work with the switch setup and in order to get adjustment screw placement correct as well.
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Old 06-04-2004, 04:31 PM #44
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Jdub - If you made an omen-styled 3-way trigger for the 2k3 eforce, that would be veeeeery nice. I would easily pay you at least $35 for that. Omen triggers are easy to walk... right? It looks so.

To any other people - Sorry for reviving an old thread, but i dont want a blade, and just hate the stock trigger. I am desperate for a nice trigger, especially one that is adjustable.
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Old 06-04-2004, 07:55 PM #45
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not old, just not updated until now. i made this today. first one. feel free to comment. its a very tight fit for the fingers to walk but it stops the midle finger from moving to much. im able to shoot it faster consistanly then the modified stock one i have. due to the shape the back of the trigger actually acts as a stop on the frame almost perfect. sorry for the eary blue light glow and picture quality. i took them using my digi camcorder. the lexan is very very very clear to look through but the machined edges are a little snowy from sanding. still looks pretty sick i think.





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dubs, that has got to be the sweetest thing i've ever seen. the blue light makes the trigger even cooler. you should put one in the trigger it would set my EVO ABLAZE right now. sweet job dubs.

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Old 06-04-2004, 10:55 PM #47
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yeah i did think that would be pretty cool. to wire in a small led light so it lights up the trigger.
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Old 06-05-2004, 11:57 AM #48
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good news......here is the first production model. THIS ONE IS FOR SALE! has both pre and post travel adjustments on it. very clear, very custom. the set screw are stainless steel. if shorter ones are desired, i can tell the buyer where and what size to get them. also if the buyer wants this one extremely light weight i can do further lightening to the trigger, extra charges will apply. the lighter the trigger the faster it is. THIS IS FOR 2k2 SEMI-AUTO frames ONLY!!! 2k3 and up are still in the works. price for this one is 30 + 5 S&H. FIRST PERSON TO PM ME GETS THIS!!!! heres the pics....








pics dont do it justice. a simple blade, but i have had lots of requests for it.
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i think i was the one to give u that design. i guess it won't fit on an evo. tell me when you get one for the EVO.

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Old 06-05-2004, 02:21 PM #50
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HAHA! sure, ill give you the credit, a.ong with every other trigger manufactuor.
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Old 06-05-2004, 03:44 PM #51
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^^^^ That trigger is spoken for until further notice. Next person can step up and reserve theirs for next. 2k3's by end of next week hopefully.
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Old 06-05-2004, 03:56 PM #52
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Jdub.....are you testing these triggers for durability/functionability etc.
I mean.....you know people are gonna be pissed if they buy one and it breaks after a months play.
Good job by the way! Keep me posted. You know I will buy one if they are durable and function well.
I like the CP swoop trigger design btw.
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Old 06-05-2004, 04:02 PM #53
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lexan is hardcore. it won't break. and he test fits all triggers in his frame.
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Old 06-05-2004, 04:07 PM #54
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its hardcore strong. lexan is used in bulletproof glass. im making them even beefier than stock in the abuse zones. these things will NOT break under use, unless you literally use a stick to whack the trigger to shoot it.
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these things will NOT break under use, unless you literally use a stick to whack the trigger to shoot it.
...wait...you mean thats not the way everyone does it?
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Old 06-05-2004, 10:23 PM #56
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the switch would break before the trigger did.
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good job man.....
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Old 06-06-2004, 05:38 PM #58
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i like your work. i really want one of these, and came to you because no-one else makes them for my frame. it is a "boo yaah elcd". i absolutly hate the trigger i have now. let me know if you can design one for my frame. i would like it to be a little fatter than the stock one to reduce side to side slop. you would not have to put a stop to make it not go too far foward because there is one already on the frame. all it needs is a backstop. let me know what you can do for me, thanks!!!
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at this time i'd have to say a prolly not on the mako trigger, it'd take someone sending their stock trigger in for measurements, design time, fabrication, and mock up, all for somethin that there isn't really a demand for. dubs is gonna get swamped once testing is done and the 2k3 line starts. i'm expanding the series to other popular markers so look out for more...as i told dubs earlier soon everyone's gonna be slangin the sling. we'll sling anything we'll even put a sling on your gf's gspot.
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Old 06-06-2004, 09:16 PM #60
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its all about the slingblade. 3 musky check your pm's.
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Old 06-08-2004, 04:17 PM #61
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here is shogun's trigger. ready to rip. these things are so incredibly light its not funny. they are at least twice as light as my modified stock 2k2 trigger and it has had quite a chunk of meat taken off it. enjoy this beautiful trigger......




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Old 06-08-2004, 06:23 PM #62
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did you take my suggestion on the cp sweet spot for the trigger you made for yourself or you wanted one like it in the firstplace
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Old 06-08-2004, 06:42 PM #63
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the first one i got off of shogun. the second is a blade, the 3rd one is a proto i threw together. im making another one just like the 3rd one. then im not sure what the next one will be. im working on the 2k3\2k4 right now so....
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