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Old 05-02-2012, 05:21 AM   #1
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Default Pops trigger installed tonight... One question

First, I LOVE IT!

Now, only had 1 issue. Had to snip out my old trigger. That barbed pin just wouldn't budge.

My question is this. My over-travel. I think I have about 1/8" but it's close. Do I need to worry about it? I've been dry firing with a snap cap for a while, and the hammer hasn't failed to drop. Function seems fine. If it works, am I all good? I just want to make sure there aren't any issues. It's much easier for me to judge my pre-travel and it is fine. So if the gun "fires" every time with a snap cap am I all set?

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Old 05-02-2012, 05:29 AM   #2
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If it shoots, you should be good to go. Mine is close also, but I like it and has me no troubles.

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Mine wasn't exact but it shoots without incident. Go try it out.

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That's all I have after sanding the trigger and it shoots fine, no mishaps at all. About 400 rounds since install.

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Thanks for the replies. I like the way it feels... Going to hit the range tonight and run some rounds through it.

I'll post an update later.

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Okay guys! The more I read on this forum, seems the more I have to buy. I have a PF-9, TI conversion unit, and 8-rd extended mags . . . Do I 'need' this trigger?

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Okay guys! The more I read on this forum, seems the more I have to buy. I have a PF-9, TI conversion unit, and 8-rd extended mags . . . Do I 'need' this trigger?
But... Of COURSE!!!
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Okay guys! The more I read on this forum, seems the more I have to buy. I have a PF-9, TI conversion unit, and 8-rd extended mags . . . Do I 'need' this trigger?
It makes the 22 a fun little range gun. Yes you NEED it.
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Didn't make it to the range... Bummed me out, but I had to repair my gate. Dang priorities. I'll get to the range this weekend.

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Okay - trigger ordered!

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