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Partial display of trigger used on Rapids-- need more pics

Discussion in 'Airgun Data Center' started by Varminter, Mar 19, 2006.

  1. Varminter

    Varminter Newbie

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    With the help from Sam,here is a partial pictorial spread of the triggers used in the Theoben Rapid line. If you have any other to add, please pm to me

    Thanks

    Stuart
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  2. Sam

    Sam Well-Known Member

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    Stuart,

    Still missing the GMT unit for the Mk1 FT's mate, I don't have any pics, but if you scower the Theoben site, you might get lucky.

    Also if you want to be completely thorough, theres also the after-market GTX 2-stage blade for the Gamo triggers, I have one of those lurking in the cabinets at the moment fitted to a customers rifle.

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  3. Varminter

    Varminter Newbie

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    Well Sam,

    At least you can say I do try!!
    I haven't found a GMT unit yet, but here is a GTX-2!!

    Enjoy
    Stuart

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  4. Varminter

    Varminter Newbie

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    Here you go Sam the new updated version:
    newrapidtriggers.jpg
    Stuart
     

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