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Author:  benmaggoswd1 [ Wed Feb 10, 2016 7:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 13 rounds of 12ga in about 2 seconds

evlblkwpnz wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQfKHXybM9s

This is not bump fire. Each shot is a purposeful pull of the trigger.


How much would an upgrade run a fella, EVL?

Author:  evlblkwpnz [ Thu Feb 11, 2016 1:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 13 rounds of 12ga in about 2 seconds

benmaggoswd1 wrote:
evlblkwpnz wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQfKHXybM9s

This is not bump fire. Each shot is a purposeful pull of the trigger.


How much would an upgrade run a fella, EVL?


Labor for the UG2 trigger job is $120. I need the host weapon to be able to do this correctly and properly test it. It can be done on any Tapco G2 Single hook or double hook (that has not been previously modified at the hook/hooks, disconnector, hammer where it interacts with the hook/hooks, or hammer face), includes hammer re-profile, and includes modification to install the trigger in a Saiga 12 or Vepr 12 if needed (clearance for ejector block and LRBHO).

Author:  bob in st. louis [ Thu Feb 11, 2016 1:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 13 rounds of 12ga in about 2 seconds

Hmmm.....that's cheaper than I assumed.

Author:  Mr_Gixxer [ Thu Feb 11, 2016 1:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 13 rounds of 12ga in about 2 seconds

Not to piss in anyone's Wheaties but what exactly does your trigger offer that a 40-60 dollar ALG doesn't?

Author:  benmaggoswd1 [ Thu Feb 11, 2016 2:51 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 13 rounds of 12ga in about 2 seconds

Labor for the UG2 trigger job is $120. I need the host weapon to be able to do this correctly and properly test it. It can be done on any Tapco G2 Single hook or double hook (that has not been previously modified at the hook/hooks, disconnector, hammer where it interacts with the hook/hooks, or hammer face), includes hammer re-profile, and includes modification to install the trigger in a Saiga 12 or Vepr 12 if needed (clearance for ejector block and LRBHO).[/quote]

Wow! Thats great. I am going to assume it would cost around $100 to get it to you from Illinois. Then the cost of the trigger assembly. Plus a polish of all the necessary BCG. I will PM when I am ready. Hopefully around April. Thanks EVL.

Author:  evlblkwpnz [ Fri Feb 12, 2016 6:16 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 13 rounds of 12ga in about 2 seconds

Mr_Gixxer wrote:
Not to piss in anyone's Wheaties but what exactly does your trigger offer that a 40-60 dollar ALG doesn't?

The final result is shorter and smoother than the AKT (out of the bag) and the weapon will be more reliable. The AKT sucks for use in a shotgun without some significant work done to it and, no, I'm not referring to the generic make-it-fit mods Tromix does to them. I do this same work to the AKT and the result is almost the same as a G2 that has been UG2'd. Some people don't like the look or feel of the AKT bow, so the UG2 is an excellent option for a fast trigger that will not be a step backwards in regards to reliability.

.... and I love some Wheaties.

Author:  Mr_Gixxer [ Fri Feb 12, 2016 10:30 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 13 rounds of 12ga in about 2 seconds

Evl, what is the trigger throw on a UG2? Does it compare to the Elftmann?

Author:  evlblkwpnz [ Fri Feb 12, 2016 2:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 13 rounds of 12ga in about 2 seconds

Mr_Gixxer wrote:
Evl, what is the trigger throw on a UG2? Does it compare to the Elftmann?

I can't speak intelligently on that. That trigger does look interesting though. Send me one and I will let you know ;) Just looking at the design, I admire how it is a bit of a step outside of the box, but the disco arrangement concerns me.

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