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Does Voloquartsen MK2 trigger have takeup adjustment?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by toolmaker, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. toolmaker

    toolmaker Well-Known Member

    I have a good crisp letoff with minimal overtravel on my two MK2 bull barrels. I'd like less takeup though. Can the Volquartsen be adjusted for this? Can any aftermarket trigger for my MK2s be adjusted for this? Thanks.
  2. Dienekes

    Dienekes Well-Known Member

    You might ask the tech rep at Brownells. I recently put in a Volquartsen kit into an older pre-Mk. II standard auto, but installed the Clark steel trigger which I preferred to the Volquartsen. The trigger pull is much improved--probably the best of several of these guns including a Mk 514 Target.

    I suspect that the reset is going to be about the same length as the disconnector needs a fair amount of travel for its function.
  3. Graystar

    Graystar Well-Known Member

    This has been my finding as well. I believe that the Volquartsen trigger's internal demensions are the same as the stock trigger ("internal" meaning the part that is inside the frame.) I don't think you can make that trigger behave like, say, a S&W M41 trigger. It's a design issue.
  4. Matt-man

    Matt-man Well-Known Member

  5. Penforhire

    Penforhire Well-Known Member

    What he said! I noticed no difference in VQ take-up versus stock either.

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