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#1 ethanp123

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Posted 30 September 2008 - 04:02 PM

Ok,

For anybody who's owned a gen1.5-gen2 DP G3 and has upgraded to the stock upgrade board, only to realize that their trigger won't always be read by the optics on the board and some pulls are not registered.

Well, I've found a way to guarantee that every pull will be read by the eye.

(this won't require pics, it's quite simple)

1. Remove your trigger from the gun, by removing the frame from the gun, unscrewing the little screw that holds the trigger in place, and slipping it upward
2. Now for the hard part: Take a very sharp knife, and gently scrape against the little metal part that passes over the optic, until that little part looks shinier than before. (BE GENTLE; I'VE BROKEN IT AND HAD TO GLUE IT TOGETHER. Glueing is possible, caz the trigger works fine now. It was also way worth it :P).


I guarantee you this is will fix what you might not be sure was a problem, because you'll notice the difference

hope nobody's done this before,

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#2 kert.

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Posted 30 September 2008 - 04:21 PM

I did the exact same thing. It helped! B)

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Posted 30 September 2008 - 06:11 PM

Sounds a little dodgy lol, but ill try it seeing as how im getting TBOs trigger
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Posted 30 September 2008 - 06:31 PM

Yea it does help a bit, but a new trigger doesnt hurt :ph34r:

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Posted 30 September 2008 - 11:47 PM

i broke that thing off my trigger cuz i'm stupid, and had to resort to super glue
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Posted 07 October 2008 - 05:43 PM

Ok,

For anybody who's owned a gen1.5-gen2 DP G3 and has upgraded to the stock upgrade board, only to realize that their trigger won't always be read by the optics on the board and some pulls are not registered.

Well, I've found a way to guarantee that every pull will be read by the eye.

(this won't require pics, it's quite simple)

1. Remove your trigger from the gun, by removing the frame from the gun, unscrewing the little screw that holds the trigger in place, and slipping it upward
2. Now for the hard part: Take a very sharp knife, and gently scrape against the little metal part that passes over the optic, until that little part looks shinier than before. (BE GENTLE; I'VE BROKEN IT AND HAD TO GLUE IT TOGETHER. Glueing is possible, caz the trigger works fine now. It was also way worth it :P ).


I guarantee you this is will fix what you might not be sure was a problem, because you'll notice the difference

hope nobody's done this before,

ethanp123



or superglue a piece of tinfoil on the part of the trigger that the sensor hits and wrap the excess around the back of the trigger or cut it off. make sure you get the shiny side of the tinfoil, WORKS GREAT! :D

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Posted 07 October 2008 - 07:25 PM

You could just put on a piece of tin foil, or just use some very fine sand paper rather than a knife.
Great idea though.



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