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Question how do you have your trigger for hunting??

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by a1gunner, Jun 6, 2008.

  1. a1gunner

    a1gunner Pro Poster

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    right.

    mine is a 2 stage trigger.
    i seem to have it set so its like a one stage, either that or stage 2 is very light.

    i seem to have creep as well and doesnt alwas feel the same as my shooting goes on:confused:

    i just want to know how your trigger is set.

    i think i want mine to have a ligt first stage then bite on the second so i can feel where the pellet will go off.
     
  2. Buzz

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    I have mine "pull" to shoot !!
     
  3. topcat

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    Well as you all no i have a stype mk4 trigger which is the sweetest trigger out, just getting my self an air arms 410 carbine 177 .after using the stype the trigger on the 410 isnt in the same league .i have took the first stage away all together the 410 feels better that way . the s type i still use the 2 stage unit which i have fine tuned for myself
     
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    i think i have it now:up:

    i have tightened the trigger up, now ihave a light first stage and i have some bite on the second stage, there is no travel on the second stage so just a dab on it lets the shot off:D
     
  5. TREV RYN

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    no first stage and as light as possible
     
  6. halight

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    I dont think i can change the trigger on my xocet.
     
  7. a1gunner

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    most springers dont have adjustable triggers:(
    some can be adjusted for pull weight but not many
     
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    All the springers I've seen and used have been adjustable, I'd imagine almost all modern ones do apart from the cheap SMKs!
     
  9. a1gunner

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    must admit to not having seen any, 'modern' springersrecently.
    how are they adjustable?
    is it to pull length or pull weight?
     
  10. EX Mod Cog

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    TBH I always kept them as they were, the manual for the Supersport says it's a fully adjustable single stage, I think mine had a 2 stage because it was newer and they gave it some more features.
     
  11. a1gunner

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    if the factory setting works for you then great but i like to fine tune things
     
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    It was spot on with the BSA, can't remember the Webley I think that was the same :up: I've never been one for messing around with my guns, I'm scared to take them apart incase I can't put them back together :confused: I know triggers aren't that complicated but if they're good to begin with then why change them?

    On this topic is there any way to change the side-to-side "wobble" of a trigger?
     
  13. a1gunner

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    some guns can be adjusted as it can aid the feel if they are on the side a little:up:

    but if you mean wobble as in its lose then there may be something lose
     
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    Maybe that's it then :up:
     
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    how do you have your trigger for hunting??

    preferably attatched to the rifle!:D:D:D
    Sorry, couldnt resist it!

    Long first stage and a heavy secondstage.
    To many "accidental" shot's in the field.:eek::eek:
     
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    I keep it factory set.

    I've seen a super light pull trigger let a shot off dangerously early once or twice.
     

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