It shouldn't affect the pneumag or any other pneumatic trigger. If that were the case, then the only guns allowed would be blowback sear trippers. A design shouldn't be banned just because it is good. It should only be banned if it allows a rate of fire above what the user can legitimately do on their own.
Originally Posted by zondo
The trigger pull force would be the same as a classic because the dump chamber requires the same pressure as a classic does to fire a ball, which is about double that of a RT/X valve. The direct line pressure is only on the return force. So the return force for the classic pin in an X-valve would be the same as the return force for the RT pin. The reactivity would be greatly reduced because the differential is about 2 to 1 vs 4 to 1 using a RT pin.
Originally Posted by BigEvil
Except for the Automag in front, its usually the man behind the equipment that counts.