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Sounds interesting. Do you mean the Vecta handle/mech. or something newer? I think the Omer Cayman, which has a v. ergo grip & constant trigger tension, is probably overlapping the SA railgun market somewhat - perhaps spurring some competitive development? But as you say RA are constantly enhancing their products too....By the way, I saw a prototype of his new trigger mechanism - VERY nice! As usual rubust (none of this pressed steel stuff) and it feels very responsive.
Sounds very interesting. I think Rabitechs have had all s/steel mechs. for years. The plastic bit in my old RA trigger mech. started sticking, I reckon going all stainless steel would fix that. Actually the sear already was and is (and I think they updated the steel used recently). The plastic line release was the problem for me (which affects loading & firing too), I think the carbon guns already have a s/steel line release, and it was available as an upgrade (for example as part of the RA breakaway system). The extra weight & smoothness of steel would probably avoid the issue I saw, although they added a spring to help gravity in my replacement mech, which also works.Mr. X It's a new all stainless trigger mech that fits the vecta. Rob also told me he's working on a new mech to sell on it's own to guys who build their own woodies as he is constantly being asked about mech for woodies but currently his would be rather difficult to fit.