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Help rebuilding a trigger unit!!!!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jay5488, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. jay5488

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    I've stripped a trigger unit and forgot to take a picture before I've stripped it!!!!!! Doh!!!!!!
    Anyhow, I'm trying to rebuild it and after lots of googling and searching, I cannot for the life of me get the trigger to cock when built up!!!
    I've rebuilt it according to a website which shows an exploded view of one and built it exactly the same way and the sear just won't catch, it's about 3mm short of catching, pics here...
    This is the trigger unit
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    And this is how I've rebuilt it
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    Can anyone see where I'm going wrong, 3 hrs on those and I'm getting blind rage!!!! lol

    Cheers

    Jamie
     
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    What's it off Jamie?
     
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    Sorry, forgot to say,
    It off a hammerli 800 springer but it's the same trigger as fitted to a SMK Synsg and a Diana 34 I think, the unit is a T05, again I think????

    Cheers

    Jamie
     
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    Have you tryed setting the trigger outside of the rifle, by just using the piston rod ?
     
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    Yeah, I've also tried reassembling the rifle to see if that makes any difference but it doesn't, I did notice tonight that it looks as though the top of the piston rod is not making it's way through the two plates at the top of the pic, I've given up for tonight will have another go tomorrow!!!!
    I'll try to get it cocking again with just the piston rod and see how I get on...... Thanks for that

    Jamie
     
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    It does help but is really can't see where I'm going wrong as that is the way I'm putting it together?????
    The problem I have is when built up, the catch on part 102 is around 2-3mm short from catching onto part 52!!!
    I can assemble it without the trigger and it works perfectly, but as soon as I put the trigger in it pushes part 102 too far back and releases the catch, I've looked at every way it can go in but I really can't see how it goes!!!

    Thanks for that, I'll compare them when I get home!!!

    Jamie
     
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    All sorted now!!!!
     

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