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Palmer’s Pursuit Shop Typhoon Switch Actuation


This Typhoon came from Earon Carter in about 2012. Earon told me he received with Typhoon from Glenn Palmer by winning a bet. Glenn told me he never bet Earon and never gave him a Typhoon. So the origin of this Typhoon is unknown.

This video looks at the switch actuation for Glenn Palmer’s Palmer’s Pursuit Shop in grip switch. The left side grip is missing so it’s neat to see how the trigger linkage actuates the switch.
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