Benefit Trigger

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Benefit Trigger

Any event that causes a pension or annuity to start making payments to a beneficiary. Retirement and the attainment of a certain age are common benefit triggers.
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If you've felt a certain gun had a "five-pound" trigger pull, now's the time to find out what it really is.
Reassembly is in reverse order but I find it easier to place the receiver on a bench block on its right side and position the sear lever and trigger as a group into the receiver after replacing the trigger reset spring and plunger, ensuring that the sear lever actuation lever is properly positioned in the sear lever slot, then tapping the sear lever axis pin into the receiver and into the thin side of the sear lever to retain the sear lever.
Because of the short pull and reset and the amazingly low pull weight, I've found I can shoot this trigger faster than any other non-binary AR trigger I've tried.
The main beneficiaries of better factory triggers are regular hunters and shooters who use the rifles just as they come "out of the box." Hardcore shooting enthusiasts and gun writers sometimes forget not everyone plans on tuning or replacing the trigger.
BRAVO COMPANY: Bravo Company USA's entry into the trigger market is the PNT (Polished Nickel Teflon).
(4) Of the five annular pulleys and the three cruciate pulleys for fingers and two annular and one oblique pulley for the thumb, the A1 pulley that lies over the volar surface of the metacarpal head is the pulley involved in trigger fingers.
Spencer further explained, "Software triggers are used on Infiniium oscilloscopes when the trigger condition is more complex than what the hardware can handle alone.
After deciding on the type of trigger and the desired pull weight, the next consideration is hand size and finger length.
Recently, Robar introduced its new OEM Glock trigger incorporating the Glockraft flat face trigger.
The "start point" for these sensors is commonly characterised as an "edge" or a "level" with trigger conditions defined as a rising edge (positive), a falling edge (negative), a high (H) or a low (L) level.
Level triggering, sometimes referred to as gating, causes the sensor to output measurements until the trigger condition is satisfied.
MIGRAINE sufferers have been warned about avoiding triggers ahead of Valentine's Day.