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Old February 26 2013, 11:30 PM   #31
Lieutenant Commander
Re: Hand Phasers - Clumsy or Very Smart?

After all of these years I find that the "trigger threads" are still alive. The firing stud was indeed on the bottom and you held it by the side rails. You would raise the sight with the thumb wheel. On the actual hero props I think you operated the grain of wheat light by rotating the wheel all of the way forward. The sight would raise as you did this then zap.
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Old February 26 2013, 11:35 PM   #32
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Re: Hand Phasers - Clumsy or Very Smart?

Maurice wrote: View Post
Phaser 1 is still an ergonomic mess.
If practicing with the DST Phaser 1 counts, I agree.
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