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Nelspot 007 Skorr and Carter Triggers

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Comparison of a few nelson based triggers I inventoried yesterday.

Top left is a stock 007.

Top right is a skorr trigger for a 007 with the Ramp cut down for a smooth auto trigger.

Bottom left is a carter aluminum trigger out of (likely) a TriCar.

Bottom right is I think an NW or early carter trigger.

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Comparison of a few nelson based triggers I inventoried yesterday.Top left is a stock 007.Top right is a skorr trigger…

Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Sunday, May 19, 2013

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