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Air Arms Jackal/Military Trigger Mech

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by SniperQ, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. SniperQ

    SniperQ Member

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    This is especially for smoothly.

    Heres how the Jackal Trigger Works.

    1. Trigger
    2. Trigger Setter (When piston reaches 'home' it lifts the piston sear (3) and 'sets' the trigger.
    3. Piston Sear (Holds piston in place until trigger pressed)
    4. Trigger Spring (Presses against piston sear)
    5. Ratchet Spring
    6. Ratchet spring release arm (Allows spring to press against ratchet (7) when cocking the gun, but then holds the spring out of the way when ready to fire)
    7. Cocking Safety Ratchet.

    Hope that helps Mate..

    Any questions, Feel free to ask away. :D

    [​IMG]
     
  2. smoothly

    smoothly Well-Known Member

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    Wow if i cant follow that ile give up,thanks for taking the time to put this up i can see whats missing just from your pic[trigger setter] thanks again paul.
     
  3. SniperQ

    SniperQ Member

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    Glad to be of some help

    Glad to be of some help :D
     
  4. meandyoujane

    meandyoujane Newbie

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    Hi, would you still have any data on the trigger for the jackel?
     
  5. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    this is a 4 year old post,what you after mate,i may be able to help?
     
  6. Pintsgrove

    Pintsgrove Newbie

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    Hi, I've got a Jackal rifle with a wooden stock and the trigger in bits. Can you point me in the direction of a diagram or instructions to reassemble the trigger ?

    Thanks

    Brendan
     
  7. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    I can do beter than that, bring it round drop it off and i'll have a look for you :up:
    pm me your mob number
     
  8. whitevanman574

    whitevanman574 bell target champion

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    just don't go in his potting shed brendan :-]
     
  9. Pintsgrove

    Pintsgrove Newbie

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    Hi gasman, thanks for reply. I've pm'd you (Ihope)

    Brendan
     
  10. Pintsgrove

    Pintsgrove Newbie

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    Has gasman disappeared ?
    Does anyone else know how a Jackal trigger goes back together ?

    Thanks
     
  11. Tazz

    Tazz Engaging Member

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    Did you ever get a reply to this question?
     
  12. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    still here, not heard any thing else re this?
     
  13. mjh1

    mjh1 Newbie

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    Hello Gasman,
    I don't suppose you have any of the parts in order to revive my Air Arms (actually a Jackal) rifle?
    After lensing it to my brother, it has no trigger parts whatsoever, except the trigger.
    . know what he did with it.
    Thanks,
    Mike.
     
  14. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    Hi mate, no just put a load of bits on the bay, have a look on chambers web site they have some bits
     
  15. whitevanman574

    whitevanman574 bell target champion

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    just don't go in marks [gasmans potting shed] that's why no ones heard from the other lad :D
     
  16. Daveparsons94

    Daveparsons94 Newbie

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    Hi, same as many of us poor people I have a Sussex armoury jackle trigger assembily in peices and cannot find any pictures or guids to help me! and info would be a godsend Thanks Guys!
     
  17. caddyman

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    Hi this what I used to put mine back together last year, not saying its as the factory exploded view looked but should help, only thing id say is the ratchet mech for cocking doesn't work on my rifle, may be the spring was not located correctly, but im not that bothered so left it as it is, shoots well:up:

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    Hope this helps
    chris
     
  18. Oscarsdog

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    Hope you done mind, I've copied your photos for a Facebook group I'm in.
    rob
     
  19. caddyman

    caddyman Engaging Member

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    No problem mate, remember though its just the way I did it, so no guarantee ;)
     
  20. Robin2702

    Robin2702 Newbie

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    Hi Caddyman Ive just bought an Air Arms Jackal got it home and cocked it but the Rifle wont Fire ? any hints tips on fixing this issue ?

    Regards

    Rob
     

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