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 Post subject: Cr600w 2 stage mod plus
PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 10:56 pm 
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Well after I wrecked my original trigger while tapping it (cracked it)
Anyhow wes got another to me in record time (superstar)
This one I tapped it very carefully from both sides and then tapped all way through. ( after drilling of course)
Then I reshaped an extra long 3 mm stainless grub screw into a radius tip.
And then it got the bling treatment :)
next comes tuning the new two stage:)
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2019 8:30 am 
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Hi Walther,

You did a great job. I too buggered up my trigger by drilling it on a vise with hand drill.

This trigger material is super tough to drill. My hole ended up being too close to the original and a little big. The 3mm tap also got stripped. So smartly I ordered replacement trigger from Wes. Hey, one need to learn of his own shortcomings. [emoji12]

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2019 8:55 am 
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tom_ke888 wrote:
Hi Walther,

You did a great job. I too buggered up my trigger by drilling it on a vise with hand drill.

This trigger material is super tough to drill. My hole ended up being too close to the original and a little big. The 3mm tap also got stripped. So smartly I ordered replacement trigger from Wes. Hey, one need to learn of his own shortcomings. [emoji12]

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Mine actually just cracked for some reason while drilling it in my mill. The 2 nd one went fine . I went a little slower , used lots of lube, tapping from both sides and then through worked much easier then one shot.
Use a ruler and mark very carefully the spot with a sharpy and then scribe the x over the spot. Sharpy makes easy to see.
I don't recommend drilling with a hand drill for a tap hole, really need a non moving vice and drill press or mill. I used a center drill to start the hole then switch to the 2.5mm drill bit required for the 3mm tap. Use lots of lube. Always turn no more than ¼ turn forwards then ½ turn back to cut off the chip that the tap cuts ,(standard tapping method) I even removed it a few time to use compressed air to clean on the hole every few turns.

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 Post subject: Cr600w 2 stage mod plus
PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2019 11:22 pm 
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2019 3:39 am 
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Very nice!

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2019 7:55 pm 
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wesb2007 wrote:
Very nice!

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Could not of done it without your help.
really love having three magazines now too!

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Thanks for the advice in this thread about adding the second screw. Now I know what to do and what not to do when I attempt it (and what to do if I screw it up).
Can you modders please tell me how far the second screw is from the first? See picture below. Thanks.


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Dukemeister wrote:
Thanks for the advice in this thread about adding the second screw. Now I know what to do and what not to do when I attempt it (and what to do if I screw it up).
Can you modders please tell me how far the second screw is from the first? See picture below. Thanks.


Needs to be as close to the first hole about 1mm other wise the set screw will miss the bar on the trigger sear. MIne is a little bit far so I had to run with flat polished set screw tip. Still works , boy what an improvement. Be carefull adjusting with 2 stage it is easy to make the safety inoperable with the set screws. I replaced the original set screw with one I radiused and polished the tip and set length to exactly 4.5mm this reduces a lot of take up as it reduces the space behind the pin behind the trigger and also makes the safety work perfectly. I noticed the new triggers have a slightly tighter hole for the pins when I went to use the brass ones I made(I had to go back to stock one.

Ps I drilled the trigger then tapped each side separately and the ran the the tap through both at the end.
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walther wrote:

Needs to be as close to the first hole about 1mm other wise the set screw will miss the bar on the trigger sear.

So, walther... ? = 4mm will be good?

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Dukemeister wrote:
walther wrote:

Needs to be as close to the first hole about 1mm other wise the set screw will miss the bar on the trigger sear.

So, walther... ? = 4mm will be good?


This pic from Wes shows it really well. So yes 4mm no less or you will be troubbble.


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