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I'm new and I really want to get a mosfet on my ics m4 but don't know how much it would be to get a tech to do it and all that does anyone know? 

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Welcome :).

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To reiterate the previous posters question , why ???

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Bearing in mind that a new set of trigger contacts will run you £5.

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16 hours ago, Robert James said:

Hi im new. I'm Rob. Google the mosfet. See if your local shop sells them, see if they can fit them. Pay them. Take the gun home. 

I FOUND A DAD 

also, that is solid advise if you don't have a masters in bloody electronics that was hand-delivered by Jesus then take it into people who know what they are doing and who you can sue if they get it wrong  shhhhhhhh 😀 

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20 minutes ago, Solly4568 said:

I FOUND A DAD 

also, that is solid advise if you don't have a masters in bloody electronics that was hand-delivered by Jesus then take it into people who know what they are doing and who you can sue if they get it wrong  shhhhhhhh 😀 

No they are easy to fit, even things like Titans can be installed by a ham fisted monkey 

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I like titans because you end up throwing out half the gearbox; less parts, less hassle, less complicated...

 

... for a price. :lol:

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3 hours ago, Immortal said:

I like titans because you end up throwing out half the gearbox; less parts, less hassle, less complicated...

 

... for a price. :lol:

There by replacing nice reliable , fixable mechanical bits with electronics that when they fail, and they will, have to be binned and replaced in their entirety 

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1 minute ago, Nick G said:

There by replacing nice reliable , fixable mechanical bits with electronics that when they fail, and they will, have to be binned and replaced in their entirety 

 

:lol: lol.... both versions will fail (but the titan will cost more and it's worth it).

 

I'll take a super duper responsive mega trigger with bells and whistles over a yawning old whatever you call it caveman version. :D

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1 minute ago, Immortal said:

 

:lol: lol.... both versions will fail (but the titan will cost more and it's worth it).

 

I'll take a super duper responsive mega trigger with bells and whistles over a yawning old whatever you call it caveman version. :D

And I'll happily take the reliable 'analogue' version ! 😁

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20 minutes ago, Nick G said:

And I'll happily take the reliable 'analogue' version ! 😁

 

Yeah, I've only installed a titan in one of many. The others work just fine as is. Just wanted to try one if I'm honest.

It is good but I can have just as much fun without it.

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1 hour ago, ImTriggerHappy said:

But is it more reliable?

 

I honestly haven't seen a titan just fail yet. Must be few but none I have heard of.

Now you've done it, there will be titans going pop all over the place ! 

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