Your delays and actual sps are all wrong. Ex your sample of ak12 @ 19 sps with a LBD delay 10 MS LBU delay 52MS actually configures out to 16.13 sps with a run time of .06 Im going to assume LBD & LBU are pull/ release of what would be trigger pulls/release. It should look something like this; LBD 31 MS LBU 31 MS. Same sps 16.13 with a run time of .06 sec. The difference is the trigger pull and release in my example are equally divided. Your sample is like a real quick trigger press with a longer trigger release. Dont get me wrong offsets can work to a advantage. My cod ghost RF I made I do what I call a 2/3 ratio of pull/release. I do something like 60MS trigger pulled then 83MS trigger release. thats 6.99 sps. The trigger pull is faster and the release is slower than the trigger pull BUT not by much. If I were to go 71MS trigger pull and 71MS trigger release my pull and releases would be equal in timing. This is just something u have to play with and find the sweet spots. Id like to add I could be totally wrong as Im not famillar with your software u are using. Im stating examples of what I use when I program microchips for RF codes. As u are not inquiring about a macro controller ether im assuming your LBD and LBU are pulls and releases. I hope I helped u in some way in the very least of all of this!