Super tight tolerances and years of research set our .45 Frame apart from the rest. Our Frames come with preinstalled set screws for the Trigger Plate, positioned to reduce any play and provide a perfectly smooth trigger pull. Available in black or chrome.
The Shocktech Single Trigger Frame is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Custom Built Shocktech Autococker
Custom Rainmaker (work in progress, best gun ever!)
Looks/feels great in hand, better than stock frame
I have the chrome frame and i like how it feels in my hand and it makes my gun look really good. The only real problem with this frame is the set screws. I think Shocktech put one in place where it wasn't the best for trigger plate adjustment. The one closer to the front should have been further forward to limit trigger pull and keep the trigger straight from back to front. Instead it's in the middle of the trigger and the second is in the back which makes the trigger have a tendency to lean downward when you pull it unless you screw them up almost all the way. Because of that I've had problems with making my trigger pull smooth and keeping it straight since it has to be held tight enough against the cocker body. I've loctited the screws and it's kept most of the play in the trigger pull to a minimum, but having to locktite screws is something I only do in the most dire of cicumstances (makes fine tuning hard to do).
It's one of the better looking single frames, but now I wish i had saved a little more for a hinge trigger or maybe even just a better single trigger frame. I've used the ANS quickfire frame (which i hear is the same as the Benchmark one) and it's very very nice compared to this one. Maybe it's just me, but i suggest checking one out before you purchase.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, August 1st, 2003 at 3:03 am PST
WGP Hinge frame- I like the shocktech more, the hinge slightly feels like a toy.
2k2 cocker with upgrades
Smooth, clean cuts, cool looking (chrome!!)
I just received this trigger frame and am very pleased. At first, had a few problems with the trigger sticking, but some gunk had to be wiped off the trigger plate and it needed to be re-oiled. After the quick fix,it's performing like a pro. It is so smooth feelingm and feels comfy with stickies or even stock WGPs. Just make sure the top of the trigger plate stays oiled and so does where the sear contacts the trigger plate and it is so smooth, like a babys botoom.
If you are into sliders, check out this frame. It is definitely worth it.