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post #5 of (permalink) Old 06-02-2011, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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Re: trigger work

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Originally Posted by jimsdad
Well, not to be a smart ape, but what kind of trigger do you have now and what is going on with it that makes you ask the question? A lot of times the trigger is not the issue - its the overall "locktime" that is the problem and this can be attributed to the touch hole liner or the general condition thereof.
Quote:
Originally Posted by jimsdad
Well, not to be a smart ape, but what kind of trigger do you have now and what is going on with it that makes you ask the question?
A lot of times the trigger is not the issue - its the
overall "locktime" that is the problem and this can
be attributed to the touch hole liner or the
general condition thereof.
The trigger seems to be really stiff

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