T06 adjustment

T06 adjustment

Joined: June 17th, 2011, 12:59 pm

August 9th, 2017, 2:13 am #1

Members, I have a RWS 54 .22cal w/a T06 trigger. It was tuned by an excellent Airgun Smith whom made me very happy with both him and the performance of the rifle. All that will come in another post possibly tonight or tomorrow. Ok back to the matter at hand. The tuner did an excellent job on adjusting the trigger 14oz to be exact. But I would like to know if the length of the 1st stage can be shortened and if it can be shortened, how do I do so? For an exaggerated example lets say that the 1st stage's length of pull is a inch. That is from where the trigger blade sits until it hits the "bump" of the 2nd stage. The reason why I want to do this is because my arm and hands aren't the largest. I know that I can cut the stock butt to my length of pull but it still can't make up for my fingers being short.
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Joined: March 18th, 2011, 6:24 am

August 9th, 2017, 4:44 am #2

http://www.airguntech.com/?p=304



can epoxy small ball bears on the grub screws for the best contact smoothness
the trick on the ball bear gluing is use a magnet to stand the screw up and hold it
and these grub screws would have that cup on the end

not much help but some ideas
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Joined: June 17th, 2011, 12:59 pm

August 9th, 2017, 12:00 pm #3

Excellent. Will give it a try.nt
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Joined: June 17th, 2011, 12:59 pm

August 9th, 2017, 12:05 pm #4

Members, I have a RWS 54 .22cal w/a T06 trigger. It was tuned by an excellent Airgun Smith whom made me very happy with both him and the performance of the rifle. All that will come in another post possibly tonight or tomorrow. Ok back to the matter at hand. The tuner did an excellent job on adjusting the trigger 14oz to be exact. But I would like to know if the length of the 1st stage can be shortened and if it can be shortened, how do I do so? For an exaggerated example lets say that the 1st stage's length of pull is a inch. That is from where the trigger blade sits until it hits the "bump" of the 2nd stage. The reason why I want to do this is because my arm and hands aren't the largest. I know that I can cut the stock butt to my length of pull but it still can't make up for my fingers being short.
that it's not my prosport. I mean I know that it's not my prosport but it's *** like wearing a certain pair of clothes that fit just right or working with tool that fits you just right or Leslie like driving a car that you have been driving for a while and then getting into a truck or another car for that matter. It is just the point of getting use to another thing. That is one problem I had since I couldn't remember and that problem is not leaving well enough alone and or if it's not broke don't fix it because the rifle shoots like a dream and I have yet to even put a scope on it. The tuner did an amazing job the rifle which is an rws54 in 22 cal this putting out 21 to 22 foot pounds of energy and even though it has the airtime recoil sled or whatever you want to label it as you still don't hear barely anything except for the noise of the pellet exiting but as in the vibration and all that and that so-called Twang and stuff even though that recoil sleds take that away from the shooter if you just leave it in a gun vise and still pull the trigger in a safe Direction with a safe backstop you don't feel too much from her. But as I've mentioned earlier I just have to get used to it it's like driving a new car. But I know me and I will probably still try this shortened the length of the first stage pull. LOL!
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Joined: March 18th, 2011, 6:24 am

August 9th, 2017, 7:21 pm #5

the why is not important
to improve or fit are needs better is a on going theme here
I have been making longer trigger screws for a long time, on this and that

good luck and take care
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Joined: June 17th, 2011, 12:59 pm

August 10th, 2017, 10:20 pm #6

Members, I have a RWS 54 .22cal w/a T06 trigger. It was tuned by an excellent Airgun Smith whom made me very happy with both him and the performance of the rifle. All that will come in another post possibly tonight or tomorrow. Ok back to the matter at hand. The tuner did an excellent job on adjusting the trigger 14oz to be exact. But I would like to know if the length of the 1st stage can be shortened and if it can be shortened, how do I do so? For an exaggerated example lets say that the 1st stage's length of pull is a inch. That is from where the trigger blade sits until it hits the "bump" of the 2nd stage. The reason why I want to do this is because my arm and hands aren't the largest. I know that I can cut the stock butt to my length of pull but it still can't make up for my fingers being short.
What I'm about to admit is both amusing and pitiful, lol. After all my post, questions, emails, phone calls and personal messages about my RWS 54 T06 trigger adjustments, guess what I finally settled on??? John in PA's original fix/adjustment. hey!, lol
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Joined: November 6th, 2012, 6:22 pm

August 12th, 2017, 2:47 am #7

John can make that trigger lighter. Main thing is making a safe trigger. Many people do not like or can shoot a super light trigger.

My sets are light, but I am use to light trigger PCP guns as well.

John does great work.
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