I Have owned a Daystate Mk4 target for just over a year now and had various issues trying to make it as accurate as possible, however the trigger ain't Really one of them. A couple of practice sessions with a bit of tweaking, job done. What Dave Ramshead said struck a cord, 'you dont realy notice it'. Just take up the first stage, move your finger when your ready and the shots gone. Surely in years to come if manufacturers continue down this road the whole electronic firing cycle process should improve.
Even if you think your on the right road, you'll get run over if you just sit there.
Last edited by kassak; 20th February 2016 at 07:35 AM.