Thread: timing faq
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Old 01-26-2006, 04:35 PM   #20
Uziel Gal
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Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Chingford, London, UK
I do not believe that the Trilogy Pro frame has the adjustment screw, but an Orracle Cam Adjuster can be fitted in place of the Trilogy frames safety catch to allow some trigger adjustment. Otherwise you would need a new frame with pre-installed trigger stop screws.


http://www.compulsivepaintball.com/I...=10965&eq=&Tp=

Depending on how short you want to adjust your trigger, you may need to adjust the firing and re-cocking points in the trigger to ensure that they occur within the reduced travel of the trigger. The firing point can be adjusted on the Trilogy Pro by turning the hammer lug, but to adjust the cocking point, you will need to add the TechT Shaft kit to your marker.


http://www.techtpaintball.com/shaftkitpic.html

You can also remove the clip spring from the front of the grip frame to lighten the trigger pull, or swap the sear spring for a lighter one.
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