If you've had the privilege of owning a PolarStar Fusion Engine, you will undoubtedly be aware that the trigger response is lightening quick and distance required for the actual trigger to travel in order to fire the weapon is very small. However, since they use the standard AEG triggers, which are made with a rather long trigger pull, there is a lot of unneeded travel time before the trigger actually hits the button inside the engine which begins the firing process.

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How to Shorten the Trigger Pull on a PolarStar Fusion Engine
Tom Harris for the Pyramyd Airsoft Blog
The solution to this is insanely easy, makes a HUGE difference and many of you may already know about it.

Find out how to do it after the jump...

I know I just put up an unboxing video, but sometimes things just can't wait.  Like the arrival of my Classic Army CA25 that I had custom-fit with one of the new PolarStar Fusion Engines, which, if you haven't heard, is an HPA-powered "drop-in" solution to many of the issues that plague the current AEG gearbox designs.  HPA stands for High-Pressure Air and generally refers to an external air tank which connects to the gun via a remote coil air line.  It's basically a paintball tank rig.  Anyway,  I've mentioned the PolarStar stuff here on the Pyramyd Airsoft Blog in the past, so read up on that to get an overview of where I'm coming from here.

Also, I just realized it's not Tuesday Newsday anymore.  The stupid video took forever to upload and then I got sidetracked.  Since I haven't gone to bed yet, despite it being 2:30am, I'm still calling it Tuesday.  

Check out my PolarStar PR-25 unboxing video after the jump.