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Quattro trigger adjustment

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ben_tucka, Jul 17, 2014.

  1. ben_tucka

    ben_tucka Donator

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    hello, yet another question for you.

    I have my Hatsan 55s and whilst trying to get it zeroed in the other night I couldn't make a nice grouping to advise where I needed to adjust the scope to. some going left but most going to the right. now I've come to the conclusion that its a stiff trigger which moves my rifle every time I take a shot.

    so my question is I have the manual downloaded and it says to adjust via the three allen key bolts but as the attached photo shows I don't seem to have any bolts can anyone advise on what I need. and I did get this rifle second hand, has someone removed them?
    http://s1301.photobucket.com/user/tuckagt/media/air rifle/20140717_143142_zps1tl86k01.jpg.html

    Thanks
    Ben
     
  2. mikalis

    mikalis Engaging Member

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    Hi they are very small if you look there are 2 at the front of the trigger and one at the rear are you sure they not reset in
    Mike
     
  3. ben_tucka

    ben_tucka Donator

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    I can see the wholes i just cannot see the bolts to adjust? or are the bolts very small and in those holes?

    Regards
    Ben.
     
  4. darklord

    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    If it's that heavy then all wound in. Ps the triggers aren't brilliant anyway on cheap springers they tend to be a tad on the heavy side.?are you holding the gun too tightly. It needs to recoil a bit.
     
  5. ben_tucka

    ben_tucka Donator

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    I doubt im holding too tight. as I can shoot my brothers .22 weihrauch pretty damn accurately. I would just like to adjust the sensitivity see if it helps. and the pictures on google when you search images of quattro trigger has heads on the bolts where as mine dont seem to.
     
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    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    cool you know the mechanics. we can rule that out, Pellets ? maybe doesn't like them. hmm have they fallen out maybe drop the stock and have a butchers.
     
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    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    \also thinking, What range are you shooting it may be that is your group!. not all guns group at silly diameters what size are you talking of centre to centre.
     
  8. Akita177

    Akita177 The Absolute State of Britian podcast

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    To lighten the trigger turn screw 1 in clockwise so your screwing it in its the screw closest to the barrel out of the 3, they just call it bolt one in the manual.
    The quattro trigger works very well.
     
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    i think they are 3mm allen headed bolts
     
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    On my rifle, the Quattro trigger has two 3mm allen headed bolts in front of the trigger blade, and one tiny one behind..
     
  11. ben_tucka

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    Can't see any heads on these bolts though. Just 3 holes with no head showing do I might just shove a small Allen key down the hole see if there is a Allen bolt inside this hole.
     

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