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HW100 trigger question.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Cymru-Dave, Sep 26, 2014.

  1. Cymru-Dave

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    Hi guys, just wondering if there is a way to increase the feel of the 2nd stage on my trigger, I take up the first stage and sometimes the shot goes off and I haven't felt the 2nd stage, but the manual States its a job for an experienced gun smith as the trigger can easily be spoilt, anyone else had this issue and managed to achieve what I'm after?
     
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    Id like to know this too, I have no second stage at all. There's not even any travel on the first stage. I'm used to it now so it doesn't bother me much. But I used to have an AA TX200 that had a lovely trigger.
     
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    There is 2 screws that you can adjust mate
     
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    How can you mess up a trigger you don't like anyway? Use the screws and adjust it to how you want it :)
     
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    If I remember correctly there are 3 screws altogether, If one of them is set incorrectly then the other 2 have no effect! Mine was set incorrectly when purchased from new. It would fire just by just blowing on it dangerous really, Remove trigger and guard and you should be able to see the culprit.
     
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    Manual says 2 screws
     
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    Quoted from another website.


    The front grub screw sets the length of the second stage, if you wind it in until the trigger is so light it just pulls through then back it off a 1/4 to 1/2 a turn it will come back and be light with a definate stop without creep. The rear screw sets the length of the first stage. The spring at the front of the trigger sets the sear weight if its in the rear hole its in the heavy setting.
    Take the trigger unit off the gun it is much easier to play with. Whatever you do note what you do so you can return to your base set up. It is a really nice trigger when set up correctly. To gain access to the adjustment screws you will probably need to loosen the trigger blade screw and slide it out of the way.

    If you have some creep before second stage release then back off (anti-clockwise) the 2nd stage adjuster (rearmost screw beneath trigger blade) approx 1/8 - 1/4 turn so it engages the lower sear a little later in the trigger pull. The sears do not need any polishing etc, there's nothing to be gained here IME.
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    Also remove action from stock, there is grub screw in front trigger guard which adjusts overall weight of trigger. Make sure the grub is acting on the sear there are two holes side by side sometimes grub screw is in wrong hole from factory
     
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    This is great. I'll have a go at that over the next few days.
     
  10. Cymru-Dave

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    Thanks for the reply guys, so if I adjust the screw in front of the trigger I should feel a definite 2nd stage?
     
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    Its the grub screw in front of the trigger clockwise for less second stage and obviously anti-clockwise for more second stage.
     
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    Sorted it thanks guys, I was getting confuse because when I was looking at the trigger unit the stock was off so I saw two screws but then the 3rd middle one under the trigger blade with some closer inspection, this was the one I was after, now have a nice stage one with a definite stop before applying some extra pressure to break off the shot. Thanks again you wise bunch!
     
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    Glad you've got it sorted, Sounds like yours was exactly like mine with that 3rd screw adjusted incorrectly the other 2 have no effect! Nice trigger though when sorted.
     

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