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brocock grand prix trigger

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Speed, May 11, 2015.

  1. Speed

    Speed Busy Member

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    i got a new grand prix a few months ago, when i got it the trigger was hard to pull, so i put a tin thru it to bed it in a little
    then i started looking at the trigger adjustment screws,

    the factory fitted screw was very short and on full adjustment it felt the same as having the screw wound right back so i replaced the grub screw for a longer one and got the trigger to go as light as it could before it wouldent cock but it still feels a little too heavy, i need to make it that bit lighter so i can pull the trigger without pulling the shot but i dont know how i could adjust it further

    anyone got/had the same problem any fixes?
     
  2. BiggaJ

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    Not sure but on the Air Force CP-1 pistol, many guys have taken the trigger assembly out and polished it all up amongst making some other adjustments and this they claim has done the trick.

    Others will be able to comment more on this though.
     
  3. darklord

    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    Yep I changed the spring to an 09 gauge on my cp1 bar the 2 stage you can't go much lighter. Could take dims of you existing spring and contact a company called lee spring they do all sorts and may be able to help
     
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    ive gave it to our clubs gunsmith to look at

    i borrowed a brocock grand prix last season and it was a dream to shoot, this one is like pulling on a brick, he is going to polish the sears up and look at changing the spring
     
  5. Honest Bob

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    A trigger shoe may help. Picture from another forum. Funny you should ask that question, as I am going to get one of the Bisley ones today, as I have the same problem with my GP. As you may know the trigger is the same as used on their rifles, with a bit chopped off the end, a bit of a make it fit botch job I think. Will post a picture and let you know if it makes any difference. Atb,Bob.[​IMG]
     
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  6. Honest Bob

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    Well looked up on Swillington Shooting Supplies, said they had them in stock, drove all the way over there, and after several minuets of looking, was told out of stock, that is twice that has happened to me with them, and every time I have gone for something, no one knows where anything is, and you have to wait too long to get served, that place is depressing, I will never set foot in that place again, and could not recommend them to anyone, well enough of that little rant. I have ordered a trigger shoe from Solware, so will let you know if it's any good when it arrives. Atb, Bob.
     
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  7. Speed

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    im getting the grand prix back tomorrow:D

    the spring that was in it was was mega stiff, thats why it was like pulling on a brick, the guy who did the work stripped his grand prix and his atomic just to measure/check springs. in the end he gave me the spring from his trigger, polished up all the sears etc and he says it as good as his grand prix

    i used his grand prix last season for our pistol comp and i came 4th overall, so if mine shoots as good as his im on to a winner
     
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    got the GP back, wow its fantastic, i dont know why they put springs in so stiff in the newer guns, unless i got a duff one from the factory, get it zerod over the next few days and see if i can shoot some sub 5p groups at 15 yard
     
  9. Honest Bob

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    The trigger shoe arrived, what a difference it makes compared to that chopped off sharp edged Brocock trigger, so much better now, feels like a different gun to shoot. Nice to see your sorted Speed. Atb, Bob.[​IMG][​IMG]
     
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  10. BiggaJ

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    Excellent news Speed. Glad you got sorted .
     
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    i dont really have a issue with the trigger shape but that shoe looks good bob, i may have to try one
     

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