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70'' mid hand gun

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Mar 7, 2005
hello friends
i am working on a new gun at home for about 2-3 weeks.i am planning to do all things at home wood' work,also. i need help on trigger mechanism i need a strong and durable one..any can attach here some trigger mechanism
my configrations will be like this:
spear:10 mm 83'' long(at the end puntatuna with steel rope )
6x16 mm power latex(long will be 70''/3.5x2= 40'' each.i use this formula)
the trigger mechanism(????????????????)
thank you who help me now on.
my email
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70" Man that's going to be a beast.What kind of trigger mechs do you have access to in Turkei ?
With this power, I would put a Kitto mech. But building one could be better and cheaper. If you have access to welding, and some machining tools, it's easier than i seems.

I build my own trigger and it's really a pleasure. My first trigger was based on the old Kitto's 2 parts trigger. I had no pattern, but a good picture, perseverance and patience is all what's needed.

I've tried to attached a picture of the trigger, but the link doesn't work. But a riffe trigger pattern could fit too.
More home made spearguns and triggers! I love it!

Now lets get them all posted with pictures and instructions on how they were made, from what material they were made and how they were hardened.

Neat stuff.

if you can'T attach please try e-mail.i will do all myself at home i have access to welding,and some machining tools for all parts to made of
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