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Old 10-05-2007, 12:08 PM   #16
Chickenmunga
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Join Date: May 2007
Location: Salem, Oregon
Yes, that does make things clearer - so this is what I got:

the upper screw for the magnet would be for pull weight
the firing point activiation screw is what point in the range of motion the switch is activated
the trigger stop screw would be for limiting range of motion

What I want to eliminate is the time between where the trigger is at rest to the time when the trigger engages the microswitch BUT BEFORE the microswitch is depressed. In essence, the trigger is resting on the microswitch but isn't depressing it.

Either that, or I want the trigger pull to be strong enough where I can't tell the point in which I actually depress the microswitch.

I dunno if these are reasonable ideas...?
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