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Springer, the stock spring guide stopper has a small indentation where the small 'pin' on the back of the spring guide goes. Why is the spring guide stopper on your S-trigger smooth?
 

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Springer, the stock spring guide stopper has a small indentation where the small 'pin' on the back of the spring guide goes. Why is the spring guide stopper on your S-trigger smooth?
It has more PROs than CONs for me. In earlier triggers I was making classic stopper with hole for pin. As you may know my trigger isn't made completely on CNC , so some drill operations were made by drill. It was impossible to make it every time in same quality. When I don't drill it directly where it should be it cause problems in cylinder. Spring guide wasn't aligned with piston and there starts problem with cocking. With no hole is ,, self-centering,,. Almost every after-market trigger using this or similar design.

Do you have any specific problem with that design ? or are you only curious ?
 

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Well, bolt return is still not great on my BAR10. It feels like the spring guide and/or piston is pushing the whole cylinder upwards. I've tried shimming so the stopper is perfectly vertical, no real difference. So I was looking at the stock trigger and noticed the hole...and I thought maybe it could help to keep my spring guide straight under tension.

Is anyone else using the King Arms spring guide?

Then again, I also suspect the Action piston I'm using is a little bit to small for the BAR10 cylinder. I might start a new post on that.
 

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Well. Today my brain kicked in and I looked at the problem again.
Found two things:
1. The face on the spring guide stopper was making the spring guide bend to the right. I corrected it with my dremel. Forgot to take pics.
2. When I tried the stock piston, bolt return was nice and smooth again. My conclusion is that the Action piston sucks. Bad compression, bad everything.

Thanks for the offer Springer, but I probably won't be needing it now. :cheers:
 

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Discussion Starter · #330 · (Edited)
Hi guys. After some time I am back here with some news.

I hope that you don't forget on my S-trigger :). Someone still using him, someone want to use and someone don't know about existence of trigger.

It takes me some time to figure out what I want from new trigger.

It is mostly:
  • Preserved safety function ( its challenge in this design )
  • Zero need of modification to gun or trigger guard ( my priority )
  • Simply as possible
  • Robust and durable
  • Versatility ( TM VSR/TM L96/M28 in one package )
  • Some adjustability ( length of trigger pull )
  • Light trigger pull ( even better than on last version )

I have prototype of a new S-trigger v.7 on which I am testing above-mentioned.
Its not the final design, needs some tweaking but is not far from that.

How much I wanted to makes it different from ZERO trigger. I spent a month by trying to make it completely different :) In the end its almost from 30% Zero trigger. Internally its almost completely redesigned. Less complex and easier to manufacture.

Stay tuned for news

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