Steve Swartz wrote:The Morini CM84E trigger is adjustable . . . HOWEVER
1) What do you mean by "pre travel? Do you mean you are looking for a two-stage trigger? Or do you prefer a bit of "slack" prior to engagement? I have not found a way to create slack in the Morini trigger; then again, this is an unusual preference for free pistol so is not noted as a difficulty for most shooters.
2) The Morini works as a contact, on a lever, pulled against a spring. When you move the lever against the spring, the contact is broken and the firing pin is released. There is no sear. This means (on the one hand) that you will never be able to duplicate the sliding creep of sear engagement followed by sudden drop off of pressure present on every mechanical trigger. On the other hand, the "feel" of the Morini trigger replicates the smoothest "roll" I have ever felt (although technically it is not a "roll" in the sense of a mechanical system).
Well, O.K., sorry for the long reply but I think you should borrow/rent an 84E and shoot it for a while before you commit. The feel of the electronic trigger is VERY DIFFERENT from any mechanical trigger- and it has its detractors as well as acolytes.
DIFFERENT may or may not be BETTER for your personal tastes.
Bottom line: there is no way the 84E will give you the same feel as any mechanical; and vice versa. This could be a Good Thing or it could be a Bad Thing.
Steve Swartz wrote:Many folks just don't like the feel of a constant force spring resistance trigger.
PardiniGSP wrote:"When you get your Morini you'll see what I mean. The weight adjustments you mention go from very very light to super light."
Actually the CM84E trigger is adjustable to 900 grams, almost twice that of an air pistol.
Steve Swartz wrote:Stan:
Maybe I should pdf up a diagram for you . . . some drilling is involved and you may want to buy some "spare parts" before attempting.
Axel wrote:Bill A,
Light FP triggers doesn't automaticly mean easier shooting - it can actually be the opposite. For me, about 100 grams is perfect. I can feel the trigger with a "finger flesh roll" without fearing that the gun will fire at the wrong time
Steve wrote:Maybe I should pdf up a diagram for you . . . some drilling is involved and you may want to buy some "spare parts" before attempting.
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