In paintball, these long triggers allow shooters to shoot very fast. A lot of shooters can shoot over 20 shots per second. Most pro games have a max limit of 15 shots per second. Which actually is not that fast for paintball. On a paintball gun, the trigger is EXTREMELY light. When it's pulled it contacts a small electronic switch. To shoot fast, two fingers are used to "walk the trigger". It's sort of a rapid alternating of the two fingers. It would let people enjoy full auto rates of fire without all the hassle and cost of an actual fully automatic gun. It would also probably be way more accurate than a slide fire stock because the stock wouldn't be sliding around. Could this ever be made to use on a gun? Also, would there be a way to make such a light trigger safer? To see in a video what I'm talking about, go to YouTube and look up "this is paintball" it was made by a user called "hodge". The players in that video are only shooting 15 balls per second.