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Offline shadowen

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On CNC-Warrior Trigger and Trigger Pin
« on: October 08, 2021, 01:19:30 PM »
Bear with me, this is a two parter:

1. I just assembled (another) CNC Warrior trigger and noticed on the install that the side of the trigger that normally engages with the chamfered (I think this is the right word here?) portion of the trigger pin is, itself, not chamfered (verified my other ones is) - probably not normal and will contact CNC Warrior but wanted to leave this here in case anyone else saw this.  Basically, the lack of chamfer here (I think) causes the original trigger pin to not seat all the way (can't get e-clip on it).

2. Related to the above, I do also have a non-milspec trigger pin which doesn't appear to have the chamfer and thought that might work, however, the pin itself only goes so far before becoming tight (it does not seat all the way without the trigger in place, rather, it stops at the first shoulder of the pin.  The current trigger pin has friction but presses-in and out with mild force; this ones feels like I would need to smack it a bit - normal?








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Re: On CNC-Warrior Trigger and Trigger Pin
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2021, 03:18:21 PM »
If the parts are different than previous, especially a finishing step like that that could be skipped/forgotten, I would contact them. 

Do they have these parts currently in stock?

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Re: On CNC-Warrior Trigger and Trigger Pin
« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2021, 08:40:50 PM »
Yeah, I reached out to them and it looks like the parts are still in stock so we'll see where that all lands.  Honestly, those triggers are such a pain to put together, I'm not looking forward to another replacement to assemble.

Any thoughts on the trigger pin?  I have three of them, the two 'new' style don't seat all the way unless I were to whack them with a hammer (which I'm not keen on doing) - maybe just a bit of light polishing on the collars would be enough to fit them though.

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Re: On CNC-Warrior Trigger and Trigger Pin
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2021, 03:56:35 PM »
Yeah, I reached out to them and it looks like the parts are still in stock so we'll see where that all lands.  Honestly, those triggers are such a pain to put together, I'm not looking forward to another replacement to assemble.

Any thoughts on the trigger pin?  I have three of them, the two 'new' style don't seat all the way unless I were to whack them with a hammer (which I'm not keen on doing) - maybe just a bit of light polishing on the collars would be enough to fit them though.

I think I'd be more likely to modify the trigger that doesn't match previous than the pin...  Primarily b/c proper function of the firing mechanism requires everything to be in alignment...  I'd see if your hard taps shift the disconnector further to the right than previous iterations.  But yes, if modifying a part for right now need and possibility CNCW might replace trigger, I wouldn't modify it, and the trigger pin instead.

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Re: On CNC-Warrior Trigger and Trigger Pin
« Reply #4 on: October 22, 2021, 11:44:41 AM »
As a follow up here, I did hear back from CNCWarrior and they confirmed the issue and have corrected it in their remaining stock (good support from them BTW; really a standup group over there).  So this is a heads up for anyone who may have gotten one of these triggers in the last batch (late Sept - early Oct I'd guess).

From my side, things are resolved ATM.