Through trial an error i came up with this.
You first drill two holes, one from the front of the trigger and one from the bottom for the hook to come up through. It takes a little feness the get the hook through the hole but it should go.
The cutting down on the trigger made it so i couldn't use the return spring. My solution was a cut up hair tie (i have long hair) strung through a gole drilled in the side of the trigger and then glued in a way so it makes the trigger return. Also it would be better to use super glue.
Anyway, the new trigger (being made of metal) wont break and takes alot more stress.
The only downside, it now breaks here.
I need to fix this but im pretty much stumped. The only thing I can think of is maybe a small eye bolt but I dont know if that will hold.
Any suggestions? Questions? Cheesy pickup lines?
Edited by princexbuster, 15 June 2009 - 02:28 PM.