Author Topic: Pellets for a new gun.  (Read 578 times)

butchb

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Re: Pellets for a new gun.
« Reply #15 on: October 15, 2018, 07:11:59 PM »
I shoot at least 20 rounds a day almost every day in this gun so I guess I'll get used to the trigger. I would like to have it a little lighter but I can live with it I think.
My past experience with these situations is "sure I can do this " and I end up with a box of parts  and a trot line weight then ordering another one. Bet I'm not the only one,haha.
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Re: Pellets for a new gun.
« Reply #16 on: October 16, 2018, 05:36:20 AM »
No, I'm with you.

I had a UNAREX Octane (break barrel) that developed a loose hinge bolt. I remove the stock so I could tighten it, and all of the pins holding the trigger assembly together, fell out! You guessed it! The stock was the only retaining mechanism for the pins. I did get it back together, but come on! I guess this was a way to reduce the manufacturing costs. And it is also one of the reasons I'll never own another break barrel, no matter who makes it.
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butchb

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Re: Pellets for a new gun.
« Reply #17 on: October 19, 2018, 07:43:21 PM »
Got the pistol and ammo all going the right way and all is good.  Glad I found out about both on this forum. Shoots great, holds a tight group consitintly except for the one that jerks of course. Trigger is broken in and ok now. Great gun for the price. Thanks to all that helped me on this one .
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