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    Thinking of using my extreme trigger for a chrome side snare 10 or maybe even 12 inch. Looked at a few snares like the pearl firecpracker, Pdp, Gretsch, sound percussion, pork pie squealer. Anybody triggering any of these or others and what do you like about them

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    Some people have reported triggering challenges with metal dinar shells. Personally, I've tried once, and was fairly happy with the results.
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    • #3
      I've built lots with metal snares from 3" deep to 6" deep....and 13" & 14" shells. All have triggered fine. However (mentioned this over at 2Box) if the Extreme trigger is a "side mount" you may need to make sure the lug screw spacers are thick enough to allow the trigger housing to clear the bearing edge.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by fulrmr(Daniel) View Post
        I've built lots with metal snares from 3" deep to 6" deep....and 13" & 14" shells. All have triggered fine. However (mentioned this over at 2Box) if the Extreme trigger is a "side mount" you may need to make sure the lug screw spacers are thick enough to allow the trigger housing to clear the bearing edge.
        Thanks Dan

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