If it doesn't leak when at rest, but leaks when you slowly pull the trigger, then your issue is too many shims. If you use a tighter carrier it may stop the leaking, but you will now be using a carrier that is too tight. It will work for a while, but may cause intermittent issues at some inappropriate time in the future. The key is if it doesn't leak when at rest. If this is the case, then the proper carrier size is already being used. If it didn't leak using the trigger frame before you installed the intelliframe, then I would say that is the case. Changing frames doesn't change how the carrier and oring interacts with the bolt stem. It can change the interaction with the sear such that it exposed a shim issue that is the actual cause of your leak.
Originally Posted by ascent
You have shortened your trigger rod, which is good. Now remove any shims in your powertube and put back the largest carrier size that does not produce a leak. Always use the same white carrier oring on each carrier size you use. It is the oring you are adjusting using the different size carriers.
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