Oneskeptical Guy: You sir are a genius! Great engineering!
XDevilsChariotX: Good information but swearing so much makes you look like a real tool.
Swearing dont make ya cool FYI lol
Chris mccall: shutup fatboy
rob kuhnke: So is this washer adjustable? Can this washer adjust both stages?? I think
not....Nice idea you had with a washer, if you don't want a adjustable
Christopher Marchiondo: Absolutely hilarious! Keep it up!
Patrick Ahern: You sound like a 9 year old just learning to swear. Good idea though with
peter gavin: I want to try this on my Stoeger X20, (thanks for sharing the info) could
someone who's done the mod successfully please measure the washer with a
vernier and share the dimensions? How hard can it be :-) that would save us
having to "test" washers to see if it works.
Billy Clark: hi mate thanx for the upload of this! I have a stoeger x20s and it had a
crap trigger! i was going to buy a new trigger upgrade kit? till i seen
your vid! so i thought hey give your method a try and if it doesnt work?
still have to buy a trigger! well mate your fix is fckin awesome man i put
a bmx chain link washer in mine! and wow it shoots like a star now!
stan ian: I would rather watch informative vids like this one with lot's of emotions
and swearing than useless ones with formal professional language that talks
about nothing. Give kid a break. He did an excellent job and I'm going to
use HIS idea tonight.
Bill J: I used a 5 x 8 x 2.5 R/C ball bearing on my Benjamin Trail All Weather NP.
Works like a charm. One bearing, one screwdriver and 5 minutes of time!
(Leave out the 1st. stage spring and pin on re-assembly). Oh my
goodness...I explained all that w/o one cuss word! Wow! Golly gee! Can
you believe it?
Truth Films: What size washer? Did it have to be a lock washer?
KJRRanch3d: freak, pain in the ass, piece of crap.....I don't need that.....Goodbye.
Michael C: Why would you use a lock washer instead of a flat washer?
Steve Wilson: "come on you piece of crap" lol tell us how you really feel... lol
good video of explaining a simple solution and fix for the Crosman POS
Ted Dwiers: Excellent ... good job thinking outside the box --- super genius
Vickmann Dark: Awesome!!!
Jake Decker: oh my god you think your so cool swearing, stop its a regular video you say
that word like 30 times through the video my god your such an idiot.
booobtooober: I had to put my washer on a metal rod and ran it on a belt sander like a
wheel till it wore down about a millimeter which made it perfect. I had a
dangerously light hair trigger before sanding it down. Great idea. Thanks
for the tip saved me $40.
Cool video,thanks, BUT I had a scary experience!
I just got a Benjamin Trail NP and wanted to do the trigger modification.
I went to the hardware store and bought some metric (9mm OD with 5mm hole)
flat washers, stacked three of them inside the trigger, put the pin back
through the hole in the trigger, through the holes in the washers and out
the hole in the other side of the trigger and put everything back together.
I roostered the gun, put in a pellet, aimed on a target, and got ready to
fire. With the safety in the ON POSITION, I squeezed the trigger and THE
GUN FIRED! OMFG! I took out the washers and the gun would not fire with
the safety on. I went back to the hardware store and bought some (8mm OD
with 5mm hole) lock washers (they did not have any smaller flat washers).
I flattened-out a couple of the lock washers, put them in the trigger as
before and the gun WOULD NOT FIRE with the safety on, ah relief! So just
that little 1mm difference in diameter literally made the difference
between potential life and death. With this modification, I am going to be
extremely careful with the gun and not trust the safety until I test it a
couple of hundred times. And I will never "like" your video because you
are a foul-mouthed immature little prick/punk.
Rod Crawford: Great video! I just drilled a hole through a piece of aluminium on the
laithe with a number 7 drill (5mm) then turned it down to 9mm outside
diameter and cut it off at 3.2mm for a tightish fit in the trigger. This
gave a very light but safe trigger pull. Thanks for the idea.
Fernando Paz: Great Idea! Thanks for sharing!
spotsyskaters98: This guys a pickle
Darrell Graves: Awesome awesome awesome!!!! I was about to return the rifle to amazon but,
your trigger fix turned my Benji Trail NP .22 cal into tack driver
instantly!! I just want to thank you for putting it in language that i
understand (pun intended lol). The first washer I used was too big and it
fired unexpectedly, putting a hole in my wall. Also, my safety didn't work.
Put a smaller washer on and everything works like normal again...even my
safety. I have a hunter now so, squirrels and rabbits beware :)
terminator1820: stop swearing u dumb amps
Caleb DeLuca: Chris Mcall ... you are the "freaking Man" !! Well done sir..
expo: Excellent freaking idea but would sound more freaking professional without
using the freaking F-word so freaking much. You freaking copy? WTF?
pipiripengoTrol yoho: my benjamin trail smells funny after i shoot
cadwarrior: is this mod is good for the Benjamin trail Np rifle?
Key2Be: What worked just peachy with my Gamo Hunter 440
was to leave the bolt as is ( no added washer) , but instead just remove
the trigger spring and bolt.
All i can say is WOW! - The huge ammount of pre-travel is gone.
It is almost a hair trigger now , and the rounded slippery shape doesn't
bother me as much anymore.
jules2cv: Thans you. I have done this tric on a gamo bigcat 1250. Works good!
Mark DeRight: Thanks Chris for this informative video. I own a Crosman Optimus and
Crosman Nitro Venom. Both shoot really great now because of your fix.
Instead of about 1-1/2" hard pull of the trigger, it's now an easy 1/2". I
posted a picture of the washers used on Amazon for both air rifles. Like
your colorful language. Thank you.
Damien Gerrior: Thanks, but why not just say the size you used?
gymowner123: freaking A kid
terminator1820: shut up u dumb i am going 2
wwesters: nice job but I really gotta tell ya, your cussing really shows your lack of
intelligence. It really makes it hard to watch in mixed company. I will
not like your video because of your potty mouth. Grow up and maybe you will
get more followers
kiawahman: Just picked up a new Vantage NP and did exactly what you have shown before
ever shooting it. That stupidly simple and cheap 1/4" lock washer works
crazy well. Best trigger now of any rifle I've ever owned. Thanks Chris.
Tom Waters: Tried and tested....works perfectly. Great job!!!
sandpiper9988: Bud, do you realize you got miketheknife's blessing.
meow mwoqo: Dude you are a freaking idiot hollyy crap learn somee neew worrds fatass
Daryl Wright: U Da Man!!!
Bon Ami: I tried the "freaking Washer" as well. Now my safetey doens'nt work and the
trigger pull is so short and light that my pulse is enough to fire a shot.
freak the washer, buy the trigger.. For $40.00 you might avoid injuring
someone an mayme even save yourself from a stay in the joint.
Melody Vartanian: well all the coments here seem to be negative, i tried the washer trick,
took me a few trys, and a few washers to get it right but now my trigger
pull went from 7lbs to about 2 1/2 lbs its silky and smooth and has a nice
break, really tightened up my groups . ty for your help superchrismccall,
your video was helpfull to me at least..
Anthony S: a freaking washer lol.going to try a freaking washer.thanks
Lucien Alacard: Superchrismcall your my hero!
logunlad: you are one angry jew
TheCalimoose: What size washer did you use or what size would work best for a fury
GBchrisvL: good i hope someone dies
kassimguy1: Lol just a washer
Erik Van Ballegooyen: we know your excited but you gotta calm the freak down
mafatone: Dude, MikeTheKnife just endorsed you. Hey Mike,great videos and keep em'