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Old 03-07-2007, 06:52 AM
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Default Re: Pics and video of Taco's customs prototype VS2 trigger

You mention in the b/s/t thread that the ones with the bearings have some side-to-side play/slop in them, that is how the blade trigger on my pilot refurb was from the get go, actually at the bottom end of the trigger it has about 1/8+ of side-to-side slop. Wondering if the bearings are junk in it, or if that is just how the stock trigger is on the non-acs pilot - which didn't originally come with the blade trigger that mine has if I am not mistaken from looking at various pictures of the stock model online.

I may have to order one of these next production run to get rid of the slop I have in mine; my paintball funds this month are gone already (played twice already, will be playing two more times and I already purchased a few items on here and elsewhere)
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Old 03-07-2007, 08:15 AM
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Default Re: Pics and video of Taco's customs prototype VS2 trigger

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You mention in the b/s/t thread that the ones with the bearings have some side-to-side play/slop in them, that is how the blade trigger on my pilot refurb was from the get go, actually at the bottom end of the trigger it has about 1/8+ of side-to-side slop. Wondering if the bearings are junk in it, or if that is just how the stock trigger is on the non-acs pilot - which didn't originally come with the blade trigger that mine has if I am not mistaken from looking at various pictures of the stock model online.

I may have to order one of these next production run to get rid of the slop I have in mine; my paintball funds this month are gone already (played twice already, will be playing two more times and I already purchased a few items on here and elsewhere)
The first set, ones in the pictures, were perfect hardly any side to side movement at all. They were the ones i actually put on the pin at the shop. The rest were given to me in a bag that the guy got from the back that were suppost to be the same size but apparently there not. The rest of the bearing have some side to side play in them, trigger will probably move about 1/8" all together. I am going to go back to try and get the right size.


The non ball bearing trigger have hardly any play in them do to the fact the hole that is drilled in them is the right size.
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Old 03-07-2007, 11:02 AM
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Default Re: Pics and video of Taco's customs prototype VS2 trigger

Damn those two later ones look nice!
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