trigger extension

trigger extension

[′trig·ər ik‚sten·chən]
(ordnance)
A metallic item attached to a trigger in order to extend its length.
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The AutoCam360[TM]️ MINI TT comes standard with either a 12" or 18" white tabletop, camera trigger cable (Canon, Nikon), one-year software and support license, camera trigger extension cable, AC power supply, USB cable, ethernet cable and detachable hand control unit which eliminates the need for a computer.
When the trigger is pulled, the trigger extension rotates forward and the primary sear disengages, leaving the hammer free to rotate forward.
You can choose between two different trigger locations, the conventional position or a trigger-forward position that Tru-Fire makes possible with a 90-degree trigger extension. You can easily adjust the length of the release by up to .75 inches without the need for tools, simply by twisting the release head.
Trigger extension and single-strand nicking create another trigger oligonucleotide, which dissociates from the amplification template.
A patent-pending straight handle torch offers improved ergo-nomics, while additional trigger and switch options allow the user to choose between locking trigger, dual pull trigger, dual schedule switch and trigger extension. Bernard Q-Guns come in 150, 200, 300, 400, 500 and 600 amp models.
Likewise, (unspecified) capital spending could trigger extension of mining licenses.
Each machine comes with a 2.5-foot trigger extension and offers Daimer[R]'s fast uncoupling hose technology.