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Tracker Trigger Help Please

Discussion in 'Vintage collectable airguns' started by Lydford, Feb 12, 2014.

  1. Lydford

    Lydford Posting Addict

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    Hi

    Just reassembled my Webley tracker, cocked it, pulled the trigger and ... nothing!

    It transpires I haven't fixed the safety slide to the trigger properly. Can't for the life of me work out how it connects. Please does someone have a diagram or photo? The little spring has to attach to the safety slide somehow.

    Bit scary as the rifle is cocked and I don't know how to uncock it without a trigger - just have to be careful!

    Any help greatly appreciated ...
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    Thanks Owain, yes I saw that post, unfortunately the guy with the answers is no longer active on the forum. I just need to know where the little spring attaches to the safety. One end fits into the sear - and this is quite obvious- but I can't work out how the other end connects with the safety slide.
     
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    The spring tail showing on your photo sits on the top edge of the safety behind the "nipple" shape directly above the pin slot.
    If you lay the parts opposite face up to the way you've shown them you can slide the safety under the spring along the face of the sear to correct position.

    I'm away 'till Tuesday but can show by photo with spare bits I have when I get back if you get no joy.

    Are you sure its the trigger? Granny/ eggs and all that but remember if the action is not in the stock you have to manually release the anti-trap whilst holding the spring force
    back with the side lever to de cock. OK cock?
     
  5. Lydford

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    All sorted now and back together shooting as smooth as a smooth thing! Thanks for all the PMs with help and advice guys...
     
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    wow sounds like its been stripped and serviced you did not take your time!! hope the power is up were you want it. she is a cracking rifle let me know how she shoots and when you bag your first bunny with it
     

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