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What are the up and down sides of triggers. Can they be fixed? Are some better a certain things than others? At what barrel length is bore-up worth it? Do they all have safeties, if not which ones do?

Laylax: zero trigger (all models)
I have heard that the sears cannot be replaced, is this true?
Is it adjustable?

PDI: v-trigger (all model)
Has anyone had any xp? how light (adjusted to light) is the trigger pull?

KA: light weight (for mk96 and APS2 only)
Anyone know the benifts, or xp? How durrable is it?

TGS 2: bearing trigger (mk96 only)
Buller?
 
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I have heard you can compare the amount of water that your barrel holds to the amount that your cylinder holds. I think you can just fill the cylinder with water and pour it down the barrel. Supposedly if your cylinder holds more water, that is good and if your cylinder will not fill up your barrel then you need a bore up cylinder. I'm not really sure where I heard/read that, but I will try and find it.
 

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I like my LayLax zero trigger a lot. THe only problem is the trigger seems to have some play in it and you can wobble it from side to side. Does anyone know how to fix this? There really isn't any screws or pins to tighten so I am kind of at a loss...
 

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You could try taking AEG shims (bore them out if neccesary) and space it out. Prometheus shims range from .005 to .001mm. and from my experience is the wides range in sizes.

Thanks for the replies.

Can you replace broken sears in your aftermarket trigger boxes?
 
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