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If "pretravel" is defined as initial movement of the trigger blade that produces no...

April 29 2017 at 2:47 PM

Steve in NC  (Login pneuguy)
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...movement of the sear (which is my preference), then none of these combinations produced any. The sear is visible when the grips are removed, so it's easy to watch and see that every mm of blade movement produces corresponding motion of the sear.

What changes is the ratio of blade to sear motion -- high during the 1st stage, low during the 2nd.

Overtravel was comparable for all.

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