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trigger travel stop

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by jundeleon, Sep 26, 2004.

  1. jundeleon


    Aug 31, 2003
    My para ltd and usp tactical both have trigger travel stops.
    Does this device/system have any practical use? What harm could a few millimeters of trigger overtravel can do to your shooting?
  2. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

    Nov 21, 2002
    Dr. B. Eye
    wala naman. bibilis splits mo. kasi tumatagal lang yung return ng trigger to reset for the next shot. umaatras pa trigger mo after the hammer has been released

    the over travel screw should be set at the point where your trigger releases the hammer. pag na set mo na, i-loctite mo na yung screw. pag gumagalaw, baka umikot pa and can cause a malfunction.

  3. If you set your trigger's over travel screw to a point just after the sear release you'll probably end up shooting to the left most of the time, that is if you're not still an expert.Better to leave around .25in trigger travel, this will ensure better shooting consistency & accuracy.;) For HK USP, check and feel the hammer movement while pressing the trigger.If it feels rough, re-adjust the over travel screw.Hk's DA operation is quite sensitive to that screw adjustment. ;)
  4. mc_oliver


    Feb 21, 2002
    A lot!

    If you'r a mild "grip milker", you can be generous in your over travel and allow the hammer to drop before the trigger hits the stop and you "milking the grip", causing your shot to go errant. ;)