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Old 04-24-2002, 12:49 PM   #4
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Now you have a backstop, and now that it takes less force and time for the sear to let the stirker go (in other words, to shoot) Now you are going to need a frontstop to get rid of that useless slack. I just cocked mine back, pulled the trigger to where i wanted it to be, found something like paper or plastic, and stuck it where the arrow is pointing in the pic. Then i shot, re-cocked, and if the sear grabbed the striker (so you can shoot again) then it was good for me. This is what i used, a old beat up Fender pick i found on the ground.
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Wow...this is one classic thread.....ah, the good ol' days of OT...

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Evil Pipe barrel system
BRMC Anti-chop delrin bolt
KAPP twisted cocking rod

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Air America Vigilante with LP spring
12v smoke revvie w/ Vortex impeller, Pbr stickers, and TurboRev board
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48/3000 Pure Energy n2 tank with Extreme Rage cover
Custom Trigger Job and lots of other home done mods
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