|SHOCKER SFT PARTS - TRIGGERS|
The Shocker comes with a slim, blade-shaped trigger but many aftermarket models are available. Some are pictured here, although there are many others available as well.
· New Designz triggers: Three styles available. All include external magnet adjustment and a roller bearing (not seen in pictures). Seen below are the wave, RIP, and roller blade models (in that order).
· CP roller trigger: Popular stick trigger with a simulated roller microswitch activation. No pre-travel, firing point, or magnet adjustment.
· A-plus delrin trigger: Three styles available, as shown. Available from A+ website.
· SIC trigger: Available from SIC.
· Nasty trigger: Comes on Nasty Shockers and Nerves. Features a bottom section as wide as the trigger guard. Available from paintballwholesalers.com as well as some other SP retailers.
· Dynasty trigger: Comes on Dynasty Shockers. Available from Dynasty's store as well as some other SP retailers.
you may find the need to remove your trigger if large amounts of dirt or debris get clogged between it and the frame. Alternately, trigger removal is required in order to install an aftermarket trigger, obviously. Here are steps to take:
1. Remove the grips and disconnect the wire harness from the lower board. Separate the frame from the body by removing the two frame screws (1/8" allen wrench with most frames), gently set the body aside.
2. Use a metal punch, nail and hammer, or other tool to remove the trigger pin from the frame. This is the small circle located directly above the trigger in the frame.
The trigger will slide down and out from the frame, however you may wish to unscrew a few of the trigger's set screws if they are adjusted too far out. This includes the firing point and/or pre-travel screw. If using a Nerve frame or another frame with the trigger rest plate, remove the plate for easier trigger removal.
3. Once the trigger is out, slide in the new trigger and reinstall the trigger pin. Some triggers require different instructions (such as the CP roller trigger, refer to their instructions if necessary). Adjust the trigger set screws to your preference.
4. Reconnect the frame with the body, while being sure not to pinch the wire harness during reassembly. Reconnect the wire harness and reinstall the two frame screws.
Certain triggers are designed to function with different microswitch positions. Please refer to the related links section for a link to the microswitch orientation page in the adjusting and maintaining section.