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    Talking I hope the Intelliframe has a trigger stop!!

    I love trigger stops. They can take some distance off your trigger. Just to let everyone know! Has AGD thought of this one yet? I am almost positive they have but I thought I'd bring it up anyway.


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    It dosn't need one .... the reason y AGD made a .45 frame is because the triggers on some of the aftermarket frames had longer pulls. I'm sure AGD made them as short as the stock frame which is the shortest possible.

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    If you look at the pics here: http://www.automags.org/resource/tec...l_grip_4.shtml

    I do believe those triggers are in the full-forward position. That's what I call a short trigger pull.

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    Yea there is no need for a trigger stop, because that is one short trigger pull. I cant wait to get one of them bad boys.

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    Yeah I just hope they aren't short n snappy like the short stock trigger on Mags.


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    <font face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by MikeCouves:
    Yeah I just hope they aren't short n snappy like the short stock trigger on Mags.
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    sorry, but they are short and snappy. that the whole idea behind the design. it was to be a double trigger with the same type of pull as the stock frame. the short, crispy pull of a mag is what owning one is all about

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    Originally posted by MikeCouves:
    Yeah I just hope they aren't short n snappy like the short stock trigger on Mags.

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    You have to remember that this is not an electronic trigger and it is the shortest you can have on a mechanical one. And the snappy thing is because your gun works right and is well ajusted if it is smooth and easy, make it check, your sear or bolt is finished.

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    Like others have pointed out - other aftermarket frames - for what ever reason - are long and have over travel. Meaning a backstop would be helpful...

    The AGD grip is actually made to the proper specs - so it doesnt have any over travel.

    So - you get the benifit of having a short pull like a stock mag - and having it seem a bit lighter because you have more leverage on your pull....



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    Awesome. There should be great improvement in ROF with the 2 finger trigger. The thing with a properly working stock trigger is that it's really short but REALLY hard. Hopefully it will be alot easier to pull a double so it will be super short and easy to pull.


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