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Old 02-27-2015, 10:05 AM
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Originally Posted by 98_1LE View Post
Mind posting your question(s)? I do not have one, but am curious.
Is it reliable? Is it reliable with a variety of ammo? I have a Tippmann 1919 that is is very ammo sensitive. Blazers work well and supposedly MiniMag solids do, too... I haven't tried MiniMags but everything I've tried other than Blazers STINKS!

Does is lead the barrel quickly? I have to clean the barrel and chamber of the Tippmann every 300-400 rounds which is ridiculous is a full auto. Had I known that I would have bought a Tippmann M2 .50 cal replica that shoots a 22 magnum, a true jacketed round unlike (some) of the merely copper washed 22LR.

Does John Norrell still service his full auto trigger packs? One of the reasons I bought the Tippmann was that services / repair were readily available when I bought it but the one place that did has since closed shop. Last thing I want is a $12-$15K paperweight in case something goes terribly wrong.

What's preferable, the one with the lever or the other one with the full auto switch incorporated into the safety? How do you tell the anti-bounce bolt from one that isn't? Can the anti-bounce bolt be bought readily? Is it true he still has new trigger packs and releases some periodically?

If anyone that has a Norrell 10/22 trigger pack has any insight to my questions or anything I didnt think about I love to hear it!

Thanks!
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