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    CGN Regular SuperDeadlyAccountant's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATRS Shaun View Post
    I've been emailing back and forth with Triggertech regarding this, and they've stated that the back of the housing can be machined/cut but you'd need a new (shorter) set screw in there.

    With their newest release hanging just around the corner, and it looks to be an absolutely incredible trigger, I really want to make sure we have something figured out for a simple straight-forward solution for the compatibility with their larger trigger housings.
    Can material be grinder off the upper instead of the trigger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sqr View Post
    Donít say you havenít been warned.
    Has this actually happened to you personally or someone you know which wasnít an accidental bump firing issue due to lack of knowledge and/or fundamentals? Or is this just from reading triggertechís cya warnings on hammer follow and sear engagement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDeadlyAccountant View Post
    Can material be grinder off the upper instead of the trigger?
    The "hook" on the upper is what keeps it attached to the lower needless to say. A LITTLE material could be removed without any issue but not enough to allow for the needed clearance on the TT trigger. A combination of material being removed from the trigger housing, shorter screw and a little material being removed from the hook on the upper I believe would be the best option.
    A file would be better than a grinder as it takes very little to reshape the hook and a grinder is simply not as controllable.
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    I could have removed a small amount of matarial from the hook and this would have allowed my HSNM trigger to work.
    But it would probably kill resale value.
    Also would this void warranty?
    I do t think you want to use a grinder lol

    Maybe a dremel or file.

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    Auto-correct, I meant grinded off as in remove material, not to use a grinder. That would be silly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brianma65 View Post
    I could have removed a small amount of matarial from the hook and this would have allowed my HSNM trigger to work.
    But it would probably kill resale value.
    Also would this void warranty?
    I do t think you want to use a grinder lol

    Maybe a dremel or file.
    Any modifications will normally void warranties. You modify it at your own risk.
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    Honestly people just use a different trigger. There are a million different options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatM305Guy View Post
    Honestly people just use a different trigger. There are a million different options.
    I 100% agree, but hey, it’s people’s own money and property, so they gonna do what they want

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiffx2781 View Post
    That's exactly what I did. I had a week moment where I contemplated hacking up the TT but since I had a different rifle with a Timney in it I just decided to switch them around. Kinda sucks because I do like the Trigger Tech better but whatever.

    #firstworldproblems hahaha
    Was it the Calvin Elite or another?
    I like my CE but have not tried it in the MS, only the Stag.
    Just curious if it would fit?

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