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Rekord trigger unit adjustment

Discussion in 'Videos' started by neil180, May 10, 2015.

  1. neil180

    neil180 Busy Member

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    A quick video to show simply what does what on a Rekord trigger unit

    [video]https://youtu.be/wckit2cRc24[/video]
     
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    rizla1 hi

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    Good little vid that :up:
     
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    Nicely made and well presented, well done. :up:
     
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    Thanks chaps :)
     
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    Just the ticket ~ many thanks. :up:
     
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    I am going to do another video of how to strip and re assemble a Rekord trigger in a similar style to this one. Also a member on another forum has asked me to do one showing which parts of the trigger to polish during a tune up - so I will do another video to cover that as well? Anything else folks would like?
     
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    Hi Neil, just to let you know that with your video on how to strip/reassemble I attempted it myself and successfully stripped it, putting it back together was slightly different as mine is a newer rekord trigger and the latching sear at the back differs slightly to yours so putting the spring on that took some head scratching, I have ordered some autosol and a stone and will strip it again for polishing when that arrives! Top vid ta!
     
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    Good stuff mate - don't go mad with the stone though. The metal in the sears is case hardened - this means that the hardened surface is only microns thick - so you use the stone VERY sparingly!!!
     
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    Excellent thread and excellent vid; I've subscribed to your Youtube channel as I think your content is excellent.
     
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    Thank you very much :)
     

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