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Diagram of Parts – Trigger


1. Make sure that the main spring is “centered” in the main spring “notch”.
2. With the triggers ‘un-set”, begin to tighten the main spring screw until contact is made against the rear set trigger. At this time, small movement of the screw will make large differences in the amount of set trigger power, SO GO SLOWLY (the main spring CAN be broken), testing the tension as you go by setting the triggers and firing them.
3. Our triggers are pre-set at the shop with enough tension to trip a properly hardened and adjusted sear. Setting the trigger too strong can be damaging to the lock and/or triggers. When trigger and sear tensions are properly matched, your firing mechanisms will be safe and a joy to operate.

Remember: only move the screw with the triggers un-set.