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Thread: Air Rifle Triggers

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    Air Rifle Triggers

    I thought there was a tread on this but dammed if I can find it . . .

    So if a guy was thinking of getting a bit more offhand practise in with a (probably breakbarrel) air rifle - do any of less expensive brands (and particular model) stand out for having a trigger (either single or two stage) that is like a good centrefire trigger ??

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    I had a Gamo Hunter 220 (wood stock, .22 cal) that had a decent enough trigger once adjusted, although not on par with any of the "good" centrefire one's I've had. To get a really good one, you're probably going to have to have it worked, or buy something like a Diana or Weirauch.
    More meplat, more better.

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    I have an old Daisy that has an amazing trigger, it's quite a clever design and contains a couple of ball bearings, I wish they would use that trigger on some of the centre fires out there.
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    There are only three types of people in this world. Those that can count, and those that can't!

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    I got a stoeger model from humping and fisting a couple of years ago.
    Trigger was shite. Bit of doctor google and made up a roller for the trigger. Made an absolute huge difference. I did put the little spring back in but I did consider taking it out as it was even better.
    if you find the clip I mean you will understand. You can even use small roller bearings if you can find them
    Thought my sons friend was getting one and I made a couple more just in case, but he didn't so I think I still have them in the toolbox.
    a lot have the same trigger although I did have a crack at the old boss's slug guns he used and abused and they were way harder to dick with so I passed on them.
    Not the same at all



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