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    Intelliframe trigger pull

    how is the trigger pull on the intelliframe, its much better then the stock triger i would hope right? cause i ahve a booh yaah and i like the whole handle to hopper thing, but if the trigger pull on the handle is as bad as the stock frame ill just stick with the booh yaah

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    In my opinion: Yes!! The Inteliframe has a very nice, crisp pull, much better than the stock frame!!
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    Even better if you do what I did to mine!!!
    Gaz

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    Skeetmaster
    Even better if you do what I did to mine!!!

    umm, what would that be...if you don't mind sharing it with us.

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    Originally posted by Skeetmaster
    Even better if you do what I did to mine!!!
    Gaz
    ya, share with us!!!!

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    If you have a Boo-Yahh and its working fine, the $100+ you would spend for an Int Frame isnt worth spending. Get a LX or a HALO B. Or both




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    Well, my inteli has a double trigger (not blade).
    What I did, as an experiment, was drill and tap out a hole, in the top section of the trigger, where the flat bit is. Then fitted very small, allen head grub screw. Then I wound it in until it the trigger was engaged, but not affecting the on/off recocking type effort.
    I have sound file of me doing 15bps on it, running 800psi if you give an e-mail address.
    Cheers
    Gaz
    P.S. thinking of fitting another to tune rearward travel as well.

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    wow! That sounds sweet Skeetmaster! Do you have any pics of this mod?

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    can you please explain more about this mod to your intelliframe?
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    hmm.. i dont realy get wut it does...is it like a rt type thing???

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    its simple he's talking about a foward travel adjusment set screw. It keeps the trigger from moving further foward than it needs to. Thus shortening his pull

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    so its a trigger stop.... he took the slack off of the pull in other words. i really want to do this, but i just dont know what to put in the hole after i drill it, or for that matter, what to drill the hole with.

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    Just measure how wide it is then go to your hardware store and get some stuff. You would need a bit and tap set. What ever you buy make sure that their diamter is smaller than the width of the trigger. Also buy a small set screw with the same threads as the tap. Drill the hole with the bit then tap it with a t-wrench adjust the set screw and your done.

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    the trigger stop is good idea did it on my old rt with benchmark frame. but intel frame trigger pull is WAY shorter then a benchmarks(stock) another good mod i did to mine was put small shims between the trigger pin to take away the side to side slack. just make sure not to make it too tight or wont shoot right
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