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    sear rod adjustment

    How do I measure the sear rod and what should it b set to on a classic rt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RT Lover View Post
    How do I measure the sear rod and what should it b set to on a classic rt?
    Gass the gun up and hold the trigger against the safety. There should be about credit card thickness between back of the trigger and tip of the rod. It should work even if it's less, as long as it doesn't touch the trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RT Lover View Post
    How do I measure the sear rod and what should it b set to on a classic rt?
    i measure the total length with a pair of digital calipers. the length should be 1.985", but it depends on the frame. start there if you don't have air to test and set it as per laku's instructions. the reason you want that gap is so the valve can open fully, and you can't fire the gun with the safety on.

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    This will work for any AGD-spec frame. Some you have to set it via trial-and-error. Good luck if its a Benchmark or Logic frame

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    I have a y grip

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    So that is agd spec so the factory specs should work

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    You also don't need air. Just take off the grips and hold it forward with your finger and check to see if it's a little behind the trigger as stated above. If it was a single trigger you wouldn't be able to do this.

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