August 13th, 2006, 12:04 PM
Join Date: May 2006
First you must enter into the "trigger programming mode" to access this mode 1. Make sure the power is off. 2. Pull the trigger and hold it in the back position - as you press and hold the power button for 1 second (the LED light will light up green)- then release the power button THEN the trigger. The LED light will light solid red indicating the marker is now in the Trigger programming mode. Use the trigger to select your menu item.
Solid red light - Dwell
Solid green light - Debounce
Flickering green light - Rate of fire
Alternating green/orange - Firing mode
After selecting which you want by pressing and holding the trigger for a few seconds, the trigger will blink and tell you which mode it is on.
1 blink - Semi auto
2 blinks - 3 shot ramping mode
3 blinks - 3 shot full auto
4 blinks - auto response
5 blinks - turbo
For example. You enter the firing mode menu by holding down the trigger you then wait. Lets say your gun is set on auto response, (after selecting dont touch anything) it will blink 4 times to let you know what mode it is on. 4 blinks = auto response. And you want it on Semi auto, so after the gun is done blinking, you would pull and release the trigger ONCE for semi auto. After your done with the number of pulls you want just wait for a few seconds, the trigger will blick wildly to signal that the change has been made, and it should bring you back to the main menu. Shut it off, then turn it back on normally by just holding the button down and see if your now on semi auto.
Its kinda weird, but if you just play with it a little it becomes very simple. Its realy not hard at all. If you need help with anything else, or you diddnt understand any of my instructions let me know.
(This applies to the W.A.S. board E-grips)
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Originally Posted by theCOWgoesMOO
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