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A Quick Look at a CCM Delrin Trigger from an 86 Slider Frame

In this quick video I show the ccm delrin trigger for the CCM 86 slider frame. This video is super short but illustrates the thickness of this trigger plate. This plate is considerably thicker than a standard WGP nickel plated steel plate (or stainless). I do not see wear on this delrin trigger so it might be new?

Another shot of the Series 5 with the CCM 86 slide trigger frame.
A CCM Series 5 with the CCM 86 slide trigger frame.

This was an extra delrin trigger plate that came with a CCM slider frame I bought a few months back. The frame is pictured above with a CP rail and asa on it.
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