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When Your Rfd Sends You A Photo....

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by mikeyhall1, Oct 17, 2018.

  1. Blackmax

    Blackmax Forum Rude Guy

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    On the ones I've fitted I always had to knock the pin out.

    Steve and I are in discussion about an HW100 Tuning replacement sporting trigger. I can't say any more but I think a few of you will like it!
     
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    mikeyhall1 2018 & 2019 Forum Nice Guy

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    I’m in!
     
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    Well i tried to knock the pin out but i had mislaid my punches. Did remember when i did my first one i didnt knock it out. Once that adjustment screw is out you have to slide the trigger back as far as it goes, then just a little more and a bit wiggling and it does come out. Have to keep tilting the trigger to get the maximum movement backwards though. Its nothing overly rough or anything but you do have to give it a little more to just get it to slide off.
     
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    A 1.7mm punch is fine for the job.

    I just felt it was quicker than having to readjust the trigger when you put the screw back in.
     
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    Yep, id probably have done it if i could have found my punches mate. Still havent found them!
     
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    And that's an easy job..... :D :D
     
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    Hi Mikey it's the K.S thought it would keep the K.T company :rolleyes:
     
  8. mikeyhall1

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    Great choice mate. I really like the sporter stock on the 100.
     
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    IMG_2011.JPG Just picked mine up today
     
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    Congrats mate, have a great time enjoying. Your serial number al it’s the same as mine.
     
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    IMG_2016.JPG Yes mate noticed that with your serial number.Hears mine.:thumb:
     
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    Mine wasn’t so straightforward.
    It’s an older rifle, 2008 vintage, so I’m not sure if that makes any difference? Newer might ones have less metal round the trigger guard maybe to save a few more pennies?

    Either way it wasn’t difficult I just had to remove the spring and the pin to drop the trigger blade out.
    It was a good opportunity to give the whole mechanism a good clean and treat the contact points to some Bumslide!

    That gunsmith tool set you recommended has some great punches in that match the pin size so you will be sorted if you come across the same issue as I did.
    :up:
     
  13. Air arms boy

    Air arms boy Wear sunscreen!

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    The newer hw100 guns trigger blade doesn’t have the loop at the rear going over the top Just two small lugs like the Rowan one
     
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  14. Air arms boy

    Air arms boy Wear sunscreen!

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    What’s your number 196930?

    Nice gun
     
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    Mine only had 2 lugs but no amount of wiggling ang jiggling would allow it took to slide out.
    Pin out wasn’t difficult with the right punch.
    C055AF36-BCA9-4F76-8062-B3A27CA30790.jpeg
     
  16. mikeyhall1

    mikeyhall1 2018 & 2019 Forum Nice Guy

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    Cheers fella. If all else fails I’ll just smash it against the wall lol
     
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  17. Air arms boy

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    It’s tight but honestly it comes off the back with a little backwards pressure and a twist..
    if you want it ultra easy cut the trigger blade in half with wire cutters she will fly out then! Lol
     
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    That stunning Bob, another nice piece of wood. You must be chuffed mate
     

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