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Old 01-29-2011, 06:18 AM
PieCars PieCars is offline
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Default Last trigger topic (I promise)

i've already made a couple of topics asking questions about the e trigger or whatever but this time i've got the last few questions i want to ask about a mr1 trigger.

I'm working on customizing my gun
1. Is the spyder pilot compatible with the mr-1 if i did a trigger swap
2. If so, where can I find a trigger for a pilot (not just the frame)
3. Would I have to drill holes for eyes, and which eyes would you guys recommend for it?
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Old 01-29-2011, 09:22 AM
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Default Re: Last trigger topic (I promise)

you cant swap triggers, but you can swap trigger frames with the old version of the pilot or the after market eframes that are meant to be used to upgrade semi auto spyders.
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Old 01-29-2011, 11:58 AM
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Default Re: Last trigger topic (I promise)

As mentioned, the older style e-frames will work on the MR1. Newer style Pilot/Electra, VS/RS and the MR2 & MR3 frames will not.

Yes, you would need to drill holes for eyes but you would need a board with an eye plug in it as well. Unless a Lucky or Virtue board, you would need to use the Spyder version eyes because the Kingman boards will only work with the Kingman Spyder eyes.
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