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Post by aizzaac on 6/13/2020, 6:41 pm

Hello

I have a STEYR EVO10. I use a rink grip XXS. The problem is that my hand is very small and my fingers too. Do you know where I can buy a smaller trigger? By smaller I mean: 

* not thick: I shoot more comfortably by removing the trigger 
* not wide: when I remove the trigger, I can easily place the "bar" in the middle of my finger tip. (by "bar" is what is left after removing the trigger)

I am attaching some photos. As you can see, my hand is not centered. It is more on the right hand side. I do that in order to reach the trigger comfortably.

Thank you
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Post by Sa-tevp on 6/13/2020, 7:00 pm

Maybe a plain Steyr trigger?

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http://www.pilkguns.com/store/Steyr-Standard-trigger-blade-p84798823

You could also take 2 or 3mm off the backside too.
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Post by Lefty on 6/15/2020, 12:22 am

You are not alone. Steyr air pistols are known to be trouble for people with regular-length fingers. My solution has been to rotate the grip to shorten the distance between my finger and the trigger (towards the left for right-handed shooters), and to replace the trigger with a Walther "rod" trigger, as found on the Walther/Hammerli FP60. Ultimately, I got a Rink grip with a 7-degree angle and that fixed everything. I feel your pain; good luck!

Oh, and grind the grip as much as you can to get your hand right up against the gun.

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Post by dronning on 6/15/2020, 8:15 am

+1 on rotating the grip.
Based on the picture of where your hand is you may want to consider modding your grip where the web of your hand fits and the palm "bump".  This will let your hand settle into the grip more moving your fingers forward and getting your wrist straight.  I'm not sure how much material is on a XXS grip but I'd bet there is enough to make a big difference.

Every single custom ergonomic grip I have ever bought needed some tweaking to fit my hand properly.
- Dave
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