1. Remove trigger from gear box.
2. Use the JB Weld under the trigger to change the angle it sits in the gear box. (just like the "speed Trigger" set screw) but instead I used JB Weld. Make sure you don't cover the hole for the spring. I pushed the putty on then used a paper clip to push out any that got in the hole.
3. Once it hardens file it down to close the distance between the trigger and the micro switch.
4. File the safety lever so it can operate as its supposed to. This is the most time consuming part as you have to get it just right. Go slow and try it out. Take a little off and try again. You can always take some off but you can't put anymore back on. I tested it by stripping everything out of the gearbox but the trigger put the shell back together. Then pushing the selector plate to see if it engages the safety. Took about 45 min to get it just right. Now I have a hair trigger
Here is a before and after. Look at the top of the trigger and see the difference in distance between trigger and micro switch.
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P.S. Hope its not so worthless anymore!
Edited by iWar, 18 December 2013 - 06:40 PM.