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by drcoffee
24 Sep 2010, 03:04
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS 2000 Trigger Pull
Replies: 53
Views: 16953

Re: FS 2000 Trigger Pull

You can lower the pull weight on the Steyr AUG by relaxing the trigger spring. On the FS2000 you would need to either find springs with a lower rate (Wolf springs) or you can cut a coil at a time from both springs until you reach the point you like the pull weight. The latter is permanent though. Th...
by drcoffee
14 Aug 2010, 03:30
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS2000 Nue-Trigger Review with Range Report
Replies: 15
Views: 3849

Re: FS2000 Nue-Trigger Review with Range Report

DAUG wrote:Very cool, so when will it be available and how much?
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by drcoffee
22 Jul 2010, 14:23
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS 2000 Trigger Pull
Replies: 53
Views: 16953

Re: FS 2000 Trigger Pull

Initial test on an FS2000 is promising. One forum member has contacted me with positive results. "FS2000 Install: Piece of cake, took me less than two minutes to install. Trigger Weight: Before: 5.75 Kg (12 lbs.) After: 4.5 Kg (9.5 - 10 lbs) Trigger Feel: Before: The trigger had a long travel and ha...
by drcoffee
16 Jul 2010, 17:14
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS 2000 Trigger Pull
Replies: 53
Views: 16953

Re: FS 2000 Trigger Pull

Interesting. I purchased the hammer group directly from FNH for the FS2000 and it looks identical to yours but my pins are flared and they would have to be hammered out. Mine won't budge. The ends are slightly larger than the pin itself. Maybe the earlier units are different. I would lke to see your...
by drcoffee
16 Jul 2010, 16:50
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS 2000 Trigger Pull
Replies: 53
Views: 16953

Re: FS 2000 Trigger Pull

If you wish to sell your product on our forum, we require you to become a forum sponsor. But since you are just searching for volunteers at the moment, I don't have a problem with it. However, before you do decide to start selling, please contact jmz5 about becoming a forum sponsor. Thanks :) Of co...
by drcoffee
16 Jul 2010, 16:44
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS 2000 Trigger Pull
Replies: 53
Views: 16953

Re: FS 2000 Trigger Pull

If you look closely at the ends of the pins they have been flattened. These pins have been expanded at their ends so they can't be removed. Technically that makes them rivets. The pins on my part can't be removed. The part I'm talking about fits the brown plastic sear seen in the above picture. If y...
by drcoffee
16 Jul 2010, 16:13
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS 2000 Trigger Pull
Replies: 53
Views: 16953

Re: FS 2000 Trigger Pull

Actually, no. But I'm not selling them for the FS2000 yet. I'm looking for volunteers to test them. So answer this. Can you push out the pivot pins or not? You sound certain that it has no rivets. Those silver rods are the rivets. http://www.mediafire.com/imgbnc.php/4379d2172a262d22554bd672475d65186...
by drcoffee
16 Jul 2010, 15:39
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS 2000 Trigger Pull
Replies: 53
Views: 16953

Re: FS 2000 Trigger Pull

I have a product that has truely done wonders for the Steyr AUG and the FS2000 has a very similar hammer group. The result so far is 3/4 Lbs lighter trigger pull and significantly smoother pull. The part is called neu-trigger and can be found with a google search. On the AUG I've been able to lower ...
by drcoffee
07 Jun 2010, 19:45
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS 2000 Trigger Pull
Replies: 53
Views: 16953

Re: FS 2000 Trigger Pull

drcoffee, That is very interesting work you are doing. I am planning on buying an FS2000 but I am hesitant after reading the reviews on the web. It sounds like the trigger is a real kludge. I have seen pictures of the hammer group and it looks like the PS90 hammer group. The problem I see is the au...
by drcoffee
06 Jun 2010, 17:51
Forum: FN Tactical Rifles
Topic: FS 2000 Trigger Pull
Replies: 53
Views: 16953

Re: FS 2000 Trigger Pull

So making the trigger smoother and lighter is what I have been working on. The AUG has a 10.75# trigger and I have been able to lower it to 8.5#. On my MSAR STG556 I have dropped the trigger from 8.5# to 6#. And just for fun I have shown that my STG will fire reliably with no reset issues at 3#s. Ta...