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1 hour ago, Drayman1965 said:

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£100 is a great price hope it stops raining so you can get out there with it, mind you it's not made of sugar lol🤣

I was more thinking of me getting wet than the gun haha 

I managed to bag my first woody with it so Im well chuffed, that'll be going in tonight's dinner. 

Can I just ask, what are the trigger pulls like on your one? 

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7 minutes ago, Farmboy91 said:

I was more thinking of me getting wet than the gun haha 

I managed to bag my first woody with it so Im well chuffed, that'll be going in tonight's dinner. 

Can I just ask, what are the trigger pulls like on your one? 

Not to sharp but not to long, so some where in-between if you get my drift, bit of a **** answer but the best way I can explain really

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1 hour ago, Drayman1965 said:

Not to sharp but not to long, so some where in-between if you get my drift, bit of a **** answer but the best way I can explain really

Thanks, mine feels like it has hair triggers on it, I've never shot anything that's has such a light touch. 

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Posted (edited)
17 minutes ago, Farmboy91 said:

Thanks, mine feels like it has hair triggers on it, I've never shot anything that's has such a light touch. 

 The Sears might be worn.......I would get it checked out if your concerned for safety reasons.

Edited by browning123

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12 minutes ago, Farmboy91 said:

Thanks, mine feels like it has hair triggers on it, I've never shot anything that's has such a light touch. 

As long as you can hit your target with it safely that's all well and good 👍

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6 minutes ago, Drayman1965 said:

As long as you can hit your target with it safely that's all well and good 👍

If you're worried about it get it checked by a gunsmith the gun only cost you £100 so it's still cheap, most #4 are around the£400 mark 👍

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1 hour ago, browning123 said:

 The Sears might be worn.......I would get it checked out if your concerned for safety reasons.

1 hour ago, Drayman1965 said:

As long as you can hit your target with it safely that's all well and good 👍

 

1 hour ago, Drayman1965 said:

If you're worried about it get it checked by a gunsmith the gun only cost you £100 so it's still cheap, most #4 are around the£400 mark 👍

 

I'm wouldn't say I was concerned, I'm just not used to a light trigger pull, the last gun I was using was gp greener and you have to give it a fair pull lol.

Thank you both for the input though, I couldn't hit the broad side of a barn with the 16b so it's made a nice change. 

Edited by Farmboy91

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A lot of these guns had trigger plates that when screwed up tight bear hard on the sears .Sometimes it is simply a matter of relieving the pressure on the plate to solve the problem .This can be done by either  packing the plate bearing on the stock or by filing down the trigger blades .

I do not say this is the only cause and it may well be the sears are worn but it is common fault.

What ever the problem it needs to be checked .

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