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Model 60 hatsan Edgar Bros

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Pavarotti, Jan 14, 2014.

  1. Pavarotti

    Pavarotti Engaging Member

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    I intend cleaning and lubricating the internals of my Model 60.

    Having taken it off the stock I need to remove the trigger block. I can then look at getting at the spring. How do i go about this.?

    Do I have to take the cocking mechanism off? Do I have to take the trigger components apart bit by bit? I was hoping the trigger block was like a Rekord unit and comes out in one piece.

    I can see the trigger unit seems to be held in place by the cylindrical threaded tube that the stock bolt goes in and by a simple pin. I have taken these off but the trigger won't come out.

    Any advice and/or pictures would be appreciated.

    Thanks Pav
  2. bhodge

    bhodge Keyboard Hero

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    Buckley, Flintshire
    Hi mate, stripping the Mod 60 is an easy task - but to the uninitiated the trigger can be a b****r to work on! Like most things 'its easy once you've done it'...
    A suggestion - tape up the trigger pins so they don't fall out whilst you're working on it!
    You say you've already removed the threaded bush & a pin. Try sliding the trigger unit backwards then downwards. Then remove the cylinder cap pin(s) (could be 1 or 2 depending on the age of the gun) above & to the rear of the trigger location. Theres normally very little, if any preload on the Mod60 as it just doesn't need it! When you remove the cylinder cap do it carefully because theres a circular spring & a ball bearing that MAY come out - they never have for me - but it can happen. You can then remove the mainspring. If you want to remove the piston then you need to remove the pivot bolt and that will allow the cocking arm to be extracted. It sound quite daunting but its not! Photograph everything as you strip it, it makes it easier if you forget 'how it was before you started'.
    Good luck mate...and go for it!
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2014

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