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litchi_tea Tuesday, June 7th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: o3 WGP autococker, Dye sticky 3
CP Reg, Cam adjuster, 15 degree asa
WGP Orracle Delrin bolt, LPR and 3-way
WGP STO ram, Slik mini backblock
Check it Products Unimount
FBM Power Angle Enhancer
Freak Barrel Kit
Strengths: External adjustment
Easy to access
Weaknesses: Can be difficult to install
Review: Installing this thing was a pain in the butt. It's a good thing my seller decided to include a spring and ball bearing because i lost my initial bearing after i pressed the spring down; the ball shot out like a rocket.

This thing is great because it is difficult to move the sear screw when it is loctited in by WGP. Furthermore, i have dye sticky 3 grips and a unimount so it is even more difficult to get to the sear stop screw.

The adjustment on it is perfect, i have mine set to about 6mm (at the toe of the stock hinge trigger). That's good enough for me. You can set your trigger to stop sooner though. I didn't for two reasons, first is i can't make the hammer lug budge so i can't move the firing point earlier into the pull. The hammer lug is loctited in by WGP as well. Second, is i use a Orracle 3-way so the smallest adjustment i believe is 3-4mm. If you own a shocktech bomb though, i believe you can have the 3-way effectively actuate in 2-3mm because of it's 3 oring design.

So far i've put 750 balls through my gun with the cam adjuster installed. No sign of it popping out. Although it could pop out as easily as the safety, it's actually smaller in width so you'd have to poke it in order to pop it out. Just in case though i'm going to put a very tiny bit of blue loctite around it to keep it in snug.
Conclusion: Buy it if you got wrap around grips like the sticky 3's from Dye. it's easier to adjust then using the sear stop screw.
It does it's job.
It's cheap so go pick one up to get rid of that backslack.
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, June 7th, 2005 at 3:05 am PST

Review Comments
Uziel Gal Tuesday, June 7th, 2005 | 11:03 am PST
The Orracle 3-way actually has a very short switch length, and can be set just as short (maybe a fraction shorter) than the Shocktech Bomb. Don't be fooled by the hype, there is absolutely no reason why a 3 o-ring 3-way should have a shorter switch length than a 2 o-ring 3-way. The only parameters that control the minimum switch length of a 3-way, are the width of the contact area of the o-rings, and the width of the hose barb port. After that, trigger pull length is entirely dependent on how close you can get the timing.

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