If I have interpreted your meaning correctly, then you probably just need to adjust the triggers firing point activation screw a little so that the marker fires a little earlier in the trigger pull - while the magnet still has some effect on the trigger. Don't go crazy though, as screwing the activation point adjuster in too far could damage the microswitch. You can then use the trigger stop to eliminate the excess trigger movement that occurs after the trigger has already activated the switch.
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