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Posted 02 March 2006 - 04:56 PM
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Posted 18 March 2006 - 09:42 PM
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Posted 14 April 2006 - 08:01 PM
Now, with a double finger trigger on a mech gun its awefulyl hard to walk, so no one does. This means the only advantage you get is its easier to pull. yes, you will get a higher ROF but just because you have the ability to shoto 8bps over 6bps doesnt disqualify you as a sniper.
Lets think about this though, not only is it easier to pull you also have more leverage on it if you pull it towards the bottom. This makes less vibrations and a more stable gun, sounds more sniper-like if you ask me.
well sorry you and special ops this time have got it wrong(thats the 1st time iv said that!) if you have lots of vibrations from pulling maximum of 2 shots off, even if they are fast then your just not very good and you need to practice real fire arms can have extremely heavy trigger pulls.
My 22. bsa has a 12 round pellet mag i shoot one after the other to make sure the thing im shooting is killed(rats rabbits ect) this has a very small and heavy trigger I am no marks man but it never effects my shot.
The special ops videoof the trigger movment is exagerated and good stance and good stock and grip will sort this out for you and since your a sniper this rapid firing shouldnt be a problem ohh and I use single trigger sinc eim just not interested in anything else.(if double trigge ris better why dont real snipers use it?)
Posted 14 April 2006 - 09:59 PM
Now, i was talking about a double finger trigger, not double firing.
Real firearms dont have light trigger pulls for insurance reasons. People do keep loaded guns and most of the same people drive on rough roads to get to whatever they intend to use the gun for. Ya'know them holes in the ground that gt covered up by grass? Yea, not good when you have a loaded gun. I think Savage has an lighter/adjustable trigger. Go to their sight and read about it.
When your killing somthing that small you have a larger margin of error. It doesnt matter whether you hit it in front or behind the ears, its still gonna drop. Either way you said its small and most paintball guns triggers arnt.
What video are you talking about? A stock will only steady your aim and a grip only makes things more comfortable. Now if you get somthing like a thumbhold stock for a rifle it will put your finger in a better place to pull a trigger, this is true, but paintballs guns already have pistol grips.
Again, I wasnt talking about rapid firing, i was talking about leverage.
The reason snipers dont use them is simple, they dont need to. They have match triggers and their highly trained to shoot the way people have for over 200 years. Paintball is only about 20years old, and thats about when it started, forget when the dbl trigger was invented.
Even if you find same way to argue that point you still have to consider WHY. Double trigger were invented to reduce fatigue in pulling the trigger a lot because they have more LEVERAGE. Snipers who rarely shoot dont need to worry about finger fatigue.
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