You'll like this one. Measured at the center of the trigger, it engages the safety within 1mm. Safety off... 3mm first stage, solid stop at second stage, then 1mm to fire and stop trigger.I set it up to all happen in the first half (short 1st), to fit your hand. Welcome to true customs, G.
Stealth #1... ready for powder coat, then it's first mission...
This thing is not only sneaky, it's got a sting. 10" barrel... in my S1, it hit 451fps
are u teasing or will these go into production ?if so when ? if not why ? im likin very much Stalwart they look ....jorge
Quote from: stalwart on January 21, 2014, 06:53:35 PMStealth #1... ready for powder coat, then it's first mission... WOW!! I like!
The new Stage III trigger. In order to remove all slop between the trigger and the safety, while the safety is engaged, the left set screw is angled to ride up and onto the tab. The right screw is the trigger stop.This is going in BobH's gun instead of the one shown before. I wanted to give him a safe single stage trigger that required the least possible travel.
Thanks guys... the encouragement goes a long way.Bob, the pleasure is mine... trust me. Just getting a couple true customs out there, so others can see what I've been shooting (and loving), is a big deal to me. The little Plain Jane we are putting together is gonna have some surprises for your competition.George, I have a few more tricks up my sleeve, but I did come up with one just for you: If you are willing to wait a while for shipping, I could set the Stealth up with a sound chip that plays the 007 theme when you open it. You're in no hurry, right?
Stealth #1 is ready to ship.