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    Question Help with bodygrip triggers?

    What ways can I make my 110 bodygrips fire lighter for smaller animals? They are all pretty tight while testing. Thanks!

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    you can use a file on the trigger.

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    What fever said. You can use a file on the trigger but only take a small amount of material at a time and test the trigger break. You don't want to take to much off the trigger dog.
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    You can also look at replacing the wires with a pan or circle wire. These work great for animals small enough to fit between the wires.
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    I assume you are already setting it on the last notch, use a pan
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