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To adjust my trigger or not to!

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by r1ch, Mar 15, 2014.

  1. r1ch

    r1ch Donator

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    Sooooo I have had the scorpion for a few months now and I'm pretty damn happy with it but would I be happier if I adjusted the trigger? I know it's not really a question you can answer for me but I don't seem to be able to get that "feel" for when she is going to fire! I honestly don't know if it's a 2 stage trigger but for some reason I fear taking her apart!
     
  2. clbarclay

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    BSA scorpion?

    The triggers on them are almost as simple as they come, not a propper 2 stage though. The first stage is just taking up free play and only the second stage is releasing the sears. Normal adjustment is limited to the lenght and preload of the second stage. The first stage adjustment is just making sure there is some free play.

    The feel could be improved by polishing the sears, but thats not a simple job. The angles of the sear faces are critical to safe, predictable operation. It would also involve removing the anti tamper and void any warrenty. It may be worth having it professional tuned whe the warrenty period is over.

    I have the same trigger on an ultra and its not ideal, but is quite effective as it is. I just tweeked the length of the stages so they weren't too long and have just got used to it.
     
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    Or you could adopt the 'pull through the shot' method of shooting if you don't have a clear second stage to break.

    Loads of military rifles have truly awful triggers yet outstanding accuracy is easily possible by adjusting technique to suit.

    Basically you get on aim, do your breathing to the point where you are ready to take the shot, and simply pull the trigger in one motion right through the shot, keeping the gun on aim throughout.

    A really good trigger is nice to have but it's not essential to accurate shooting. Helps though...

    :)
     
  4. Dunkman

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    My old BSA Meteor has a mechanically simple and pretty awful trigger but it is the technique that matters. As said before, you don't 'feel' for a release point but instead take a positive squeeze at the moment of shooting and it is surprisingly accurate for it because you aren't faffing for too long before taking the shot. The Accuracy International sniper rifles only have single stage triggers!
     
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    my 95 i was waiting ages for the 1st stage to take up slack so i adjusted it so the trigger is fairly light and just give the trigger a gentle pull and it fires

    i dont really like the 1st stage i keep my finger off the trigger until im ready to fire
     

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