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 Post subject: homegrown RT
PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 3:01 pm 
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has anyone here tried to make your own response trigger? just curious. i use air nailers at work and took one apart and the trigger setup resembles an rt. the hitachi brad nailer i use has a feature where you can select single or ladder (burst) shot. just a thought.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 3:26 pm 
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I'm pretty sure that at using the trigger mechanism from your nailer wouldn't work, if thats what you're implying... Because I'm willing to bet that on the nailer, the piston controls the airflow to whatever the "firing" mechanism is. Whereas, all the RT does, is take the excess gas from the blowback cycle, and uses it to push the trigger forward again. The RT piston itself does not fire the marker, merely resets the trigger for you, so that you can hold it in that "sweet spot" where it will continuously fire. They may look similar but they function very differently.

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its on now.
all it takes is someone to say it cant be done or wont work.
thats my new project. to make a select fire RT from a nail gun.
btw, i was just playing with the nailer and discovered that it does bump the trigger back to your finger. you do however, have to depress the safety switch in order to get pressure behind trigger. its a theory to explore.
sorry if reply is choppy and short. posting from phone.


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Good luck with your mod. Keep us posted on your progress

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The RT piston itself does not fire the marker, merely resets the trigger for you, so that you can hold it in that "sweet spot" where it will continuously fire. They may look similar but they function very differently.

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