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FAL gripstick trigger shoe

Postby drooling idiot » Sun Dec 03, 2006 3:33 pm

Hi guys just some quick pics.
I never liked the FAL trigger in the gripstick its too narrow , looks way wrong, and was traveling too far back and causing me some hang-ups and trigger slap.
So i cut an original and welded it over the FALs and then notched the original JUST enough to release the hammer . i feel it was a big imporvment and since i'm posting pics today thought i'd share.

All the parts layed out
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weld at the tip of the FAL trigger
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Side view trigger shoe before polishing the welds & reblueing
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Trigger shoe installed ready for testing
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Original gripstick for comparision
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Postby Gunmetal » Tue Dec 05, 2006 9:13 pm

That is cool I was sizing up the same idea last night to see if it would work. You have confirmed my thoughts on that thanks.

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Re: FAL gripstick trigger shoe

Postby Blademaster » Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:53 am

Had the idea when I did mine. This is how I did the dustcover and also how I did the grip attatchment. The dustcover work just like the orginal. This holds the grip alot better than others I have seen. Just posted If anyone wants to use on there build.
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Re: FAL gripstick trigger shoe

Postby Bil » Mon Nov 19, 2007 5:37 pm

Looks good! How did you get the dustcover to operate? Thanks. ---bil
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Re: FAL gripstick trigger shoe

Postby Blademaster » Mon Nov 19, 2007 5:59 pm

Look at the new piece of metal that is larger than the orginal area on the dustcover latch. I put a screw in place to hold it in place. Later, I went back and had it welded in place. The bolt hits it and opens it just the the orginal. Cool hun.
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