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Gamo trigger.. Oh gosh.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by TreeCarrot, May 24, 2015.

  1. TreeCarrot

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    Afternoon folks,

    I used to plink in my back garden when I was younger and had been given an old springer by my uncle. Nothing serious, just a few cans and such. Now, I'm looking to get back into some shooting and would eventually like to get out for some rabbit hunts. Decided to purchase a Gamo Varmint Hunter Classic, spring rifle. For the price, the quality is outstanding. I'm more than happy with the groups I can achieve out to 35 yards and the general feel of the rifle is stunning (nothing like the cheapo I used to shoot in the garden!).

    The trigger... That trigger. Ohh that bloody trigger! Everything is great.. but that trigger. I'm unsure as to how I can make an improvement to it without a full replacement. I've never done any work on an air rifle other than cleaning. Is there anything I can do to remedy the horrendous trigger pull without replacing it? It seems Far too heavy. Fix that and the accuracy of this gun would be incredible for the price. If there's nothing I can do to improve it, is there a way of finding out what after market triggers would fit? It has a plastic '2 stage' trigger currently.

    Well, if you can decipher any of that, please feel free to advise! Really I'm looking for any way to improve upon a pretty decent gun. Why did they go an fit that thing...

    Thanks guys.
     
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    Thanks buddy, I appreciate it.

    Any reliable sites you know of to purchase said trigger?
     
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    Unfortunately they don't ship outside the US any more! I'll have a google around.
     
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    Does Welsh Willy do a kit ?
     
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    They may do but I'm struggling to find anything. That's probably down to my below par google skills though!
     
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    He doesn't show Gamo on his website but it might be worth a call :)
     
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