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Thread: Semi New to Mags... RT on a non-RT?

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    Question Semi New to Mags... RT on a non-RT?

    Hello all, Im semi-new to mags Ive owned a minimag in the past but did not have it for very long, in the last week I bought a Mini tac-one off ebay and as i presumed I love it and my urge to tinker with it grows daily...anywho I took it out to test fire using both C02 and HPA (3k) at mid range pressure.. and to my surprise the trigger would bounce back, i could get 8-12 shots before the classic valve would need to catch up Im just curious is this normal to have trigger bounce on what i Think is a Non-RT? Picture of said Mini-tac below Thanks -Deviant
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    Check the on/off pin length and gap between the back of the trigger and trigger rod when pressurized.

    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...tomag-Level-10

    Link will give you factory pin length. If it is shorter than specified for your particular valve, it can increase bounce.

    The gap between trigger and trigger rod should be a credit card's thickness. I believe if it's more than that, it can increase bounce.

    Check for worn sear or bolt lip.

    Did the previous owner put a ULT in it? If so, and adjusted wrong, it can cause bounce.

    There may be other factors, but I think these are first and foremost.

    Are you trying to get bounce or solve it? I try to remove bounce on my Mags. Just my preference is all.


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    I kinda like it, but at the same time I don't there is little to no control over when it happens... so im really not sure if I want to keep it this way.. but thanks for all the info greatly appreciated.

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