Airgun World - - Pete Evans -

Next, we need to re­move the trig­ger mech­a­nism. This is made a whole lot eas­ier by virtue of the fact that Weihrauch have made this a one-piece af­fair. It comes away as a whole unit rather than a loose load of springs and sears. Start by drift­ing out the two pins shown, with your punch. These might be tight, but keep with it. They will even­tu­ally come out. The trig­ger can be wig­gled free, but be care­ful not to lose the safety catch which is held in by the trig­ger. There is a small spring on the end of the safety catch that needs to be re­trieved.


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