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Hatsan Mod60 s cocking problem

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by bobnik, Oct 4, 2014.

  1. bobnik

    bobnik Engaging Member

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    Hi All, I have just acquired the Edgar Brothers version of this gun. Previous owner bought new and hardly used it. I am delighted with its accuracy and power but have just one issue. About every 10 shots the trigger does not engage when cocked meaning that I have to re cock it to enable discharge. I am using the same cocking action, extending the barrel fully and smoothly downward until the 2 clicks are heard - randomly it will not set itself to fire.
    I did a bit of research and saw that some users had to adjust the rear screw on the Quattro trigger to get the trigger sear engaging with the spring. I have tried various settings on the trigger adjustment without any success - the same random failure to cock occurs every 10 shots or so.
    It is shooting at 11.5fpe so I don't think there is any spring damage.
    Any ideas or suggestions would be very welcome on what is otherwise a brilliant springer.:confused:
    Thanks
     
  2. Andy Wales

    Andy Wales Donator

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    I bought one of these brand new 7 weeks ago and have shot about 2,000 pellets through it and haven't had this issue at all. No help to you really I know sorry. It does however get quite stiff to break the lockup now and then and I'm hoping to get it to Welsh Willy soon to have a WW Spring kit and lube and clean etc. Hopefully it will come back a different Rifle with much less recoil, spring twang and worse of all, dreaded NOISE. Other than that, I can't agree more, it's a fantastic, accurate rifle with a wonderful Quattro trigger and lots more for such a small price and compares well with many much more expensive springers.

    Just a thought, it's not "safety related" is it? I mean the safety switch at the rear of the rifle itself. When it missfires, is the trigger unmoveable, or does it come all the way back to the normal firing position? Just a thought.

    Andy :)
     

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