Originally Posted by Tench
An electronic trigger is no different to the clicky switch in your mouse, try clicking that like it is a trigger, the point at which the metallic strip/spring flips inside out letting the contacts touch cannot accurately be predicted, they are not heavy, feel good ish but the exact let off point is not as precisely predictable as a really good mechanical trigger.
Shoot one of the current crop of 10m rifles with excellent mechanical triggers and then go back to your electronic, it will feel wooly.
I havent seen any mice that can be adjusted. Like I say, mine is fine. Its very predictable, light, doesnt creep, the rifle fires as soon as the 2nd stage breaks. If you have shot a Daystate that isnt like that then the trigger hasnt been set up right, exactly the same as any other trigger unit.