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Air Arms Cd Trigger Casing, Sear Engagement Viewing Window

Discussion in 'Technical' started by robs5230, Sep 6, 2019.

  1. robs5230

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    I thought I'd share something that was given to me a few years ago when I was tinkering with TX's. It was given to me by a chap called Klaus Humphrey.
    I've just posted it in a TX fettling thread but felt it needed its own post.

    I regard the CD trigger as the best production springer trigger but one I had, baffled me, in the respect I struggled to set it up.
    The HW Rekord trigger has a viewing window in the side of the casing through which the sear engagement can be seen. I've always found this a benefit, and wondered why one was never made in the CD casing. Simply, I reckon Air Arms do not think folk should mess with triggers at all. But some will, and this helps.

    Easy to to when the trigger components have been removed to clean or polish. You need to go careful as you only want to drill through one side and you need to ensure the hole is properly deburred.

    Here are the dimensions for the "window".
    CD TRIGGER.jpg
     
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    Thats a god idea, thanks for sharing that.
     
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    Cheers.
    I thought I'd lost the pic ages ago, but just dug it out to use in another post.
    I'm really glad I found it myself. I'll certainly use it again :D
     
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    You say that you only want to drill through one side but in this pic it appears that the hole has been drilled straight through?
     
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    I can't be sure as the info was given a few years ago, but as I remember its one side only. I think there's a reflection of the inside of the casing with the flash.
    Drilling through both sides would have no real benefit and increase the chances of the back hole being "off". One side is all you need to see the sears.
    I drilled one side on mine.
     
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    Dunno tbh - once you know the triggers there's no need for the hole IMO and I think it's a lot more trouble than it's worth to execute; leaving you with an un-necessarily non-standard gun..
     
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    Agreed.
     
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    And the fine adjustment is done with the gun and trigger in the stock, so you wouldn't see this hole. I never used the hole to set up my Rekord either.
     
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    I've never owned a standard gun Mike.
    Well I've bought a few but never sold one.

    I have faith what I can see. I'll leave trust to the experts
     
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    The Rekord view hole is a thoughtful addition for those who do wish to use it to get near enough settings before fitting the trigger unit. I find the view hole useful after a disassembly of the unit.
    I thought it may prove useful for those tinkering with the CD.
    Some will, some won't.
    Nowhere have I stated that doing this is essential. It helped me and I thought I'd share.
     
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