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    Quote Originally Posted by SteyrAUG View Post
    Spilling, not splitting. Talking about factory mags, drop them on the ground and they spill rounds. It's an old magazine design.

    As for triggers, if you can't shoot the stock Colt trigger accurately then you need more range time not a better trigger.
    There are a lot of people who would disagree with you that are match and 3 gun shooters. Better triggers make make you a little faster in more accurate. Thatís just s fact. The mags are fine. I get you donít like good triggers or the colt uzi mags but thatís just you. Thatís ok though. You said you couldnít for the life of you understand why. I explained to you why people do. Now you understand.
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    I can understand a trigger swap for a gaming PCC/SMG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST911 View Post
    I can understand a trigger swap for a gaming PCC/SMG.
    I run a gieselle full auto trigger on my FA 6991
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    I'm with SteyrAUG; leave it stock. Others have reported problems with aftermarket fire control parts. Blowback design imposes more force. There's a reason the trigger pin is stainless on the 6951. Mine is box-stock.

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