kemiah: I did it and it works great!! safety still works and I always do the smack it hard test whiles its ready to fire. I recommend everyone do the smack it hard test after this mod. Grab the gun and firmly smack it on the stock while pointing it in a safe direction of course.. just in case it does go ff.
kemiah: Same crap going on up north freakING SUCKS ASS!! Chris great vid, did the same to my .22 classic but I used the washer from a bicycle chain.. if you take the chain apart the washer that falls out is perfect.. a bit wider and smoother then the washer. just thought i'd through that out there. cheers
Cory fulton: 5x9x3mm rc car bearring worked great for my tr77
Varminter338: Safety doesn't work for me either, but I can live with that. Tried a smaller washer. Triggerpull got a bit longer (wich was good), but safety still doesn't work. I guess one can play around with different washers. In the end I suppose the triggerpull will get long enough for the safety to work.
Varminter338: I just now fixed the trigger om my Trail NP XL 1500.
I'm pretty sure it was like 8 pounds long twostage before the fix.
Now it's like one stage direct at less than a pound. I just love the new feel.
The rifle is starting to break in now at aprox 250 rounds through it. I can actually considder starting to test ammo now. Would have been a waste of time before the fix.
So Chris....Big kudos to you for sharing this procedure with the rest of us :-)
Varminter338: This video was GREAT :-)
I'm gonna try that on my NP XL soon.
Shot about 100 shots last night to break in the rifle. The triggerpull was so hard my trigger-finger was unbelievable sore.
Austin Stump: Haha
Ralph Fegely: Just did it on my nitro venom dusk. What a difference! Had to keep washer smaller than the outside housing. Thank you my little foul mouthed friend!
MrReefer15: in your instruction manual it tells you that there is a screw you losen or tighten on the trigger to increase or decrease your trigger pull and you do not even need to take it apart you freaking idiot.
Hawkeye Peirce: Very cool and simple hack. Definately trying this tomorrow on my Crosman Phantom and will post back!
matt bates: wow it does not work on my benjamin trail np i think they changed the trigger =(
Robert Bissett: Thanks! I just made this modification but used two rings from a chain mail diy jewelry kit. The wire was about .6 or .7 mm thick and it was just right. The trigger moves about a half inch and takes less effort. Safety still works. Very happy with the results! You could use any wire of the right thickness. Just wrap the wire around a rod a couple times, remove and snip your rings off.
Chester Pelt: OPPS I also found that my gun fired on safety with even the smallest washers or lockwashers!!!! SO I removed the washer. I found that by just removing the spring, that the pull was SOOOO much better than before. So now I have a safety back and a very light trigger pull.
Thanks for getting me to at least try your fix; It lead me to what works for me!
Hope that the other people will not settle for a gun without a safety?? Better keep that safety, it may come in handy some day.
Espen Wold: A freaking washer. 1000*
Northern Hillbilly: HA! fantastic! thanks!... it sounds like this trigger pissed you off quite a bit! :D
Karl Swanepoel: Like what you did. I did almost the same thing. Took out spring, drilled and tapped the trigger on the front end ( stepped side) It pushes the trigger up to take up the play. Also you can set it to what you want.
Tom Waters: Tried and tested....works perfectly. Great job!!!
DAFTBONCHKOOPA: Dude, you are a legend. "THE freakING WASHER!" Thank you.
Laz L: How do I get to that?
Shooter5501: No need for the cursing, but the lock washer works great on my crosman optimus. If your not sure of the correct size washer to use I found it needs to be the same size as the washers on the two for-end screws.
kenny naylor: i tried this on a stoeger x20 supressor and it made the gun unsafe,you could fire with the safety on !! any way whilst putting the gun back together i left out the trigger return spring and omg it transforms it totally !! the trigger is now smooth and the pull is so much lighter !!!
MrSigDan: Everyone that is complaining about the language in this video voted for Obama and will soon be trying to BAN air guns too. freak ALL YOU LIBERALS, AMERICA wasn't founded by Pussies. It was founded by people that had common sense and didn't care about being politically correct, they did what was right. Maybe if we all ate Granola bars and installed solar panels on our houses and raised taxes to 75% the world would be a better place. freak THAT, YOU freakING freakS. LOL.
Steven Hoadley: will this work on the stoeger x10 as well?
Mustard n Biscuits: lol
Lafe444: Going to go buy the f@#king washer!
anthony boberg: what the freak
Daryl Wright: U Da Man!! fixed mine tonight. Test fired.. Works like a dream!! Thanks Chris !!!
Daryl Wright: U Da Man!!!
Kevin Andrews: Instead of a washer, use a bicycle chain bushing. Smaller diameter, so you won't have such a touchy hair-trigger, and it's wider, so fits better.
lightsabre6: forgot to add that my safety still works fine.
lightsabre6: just fixed my nitro venom trigger with your washer mod. it cost me a dime and a little time, and it worked beautifully. the trigger is now very light with a short pull. thanks Chris!
Gdelosriosart: Thank you, what a difference!!! Super smooth trigger, I fixed mine last night, IT WORKS!!!!
Patrick Schoenecker: flawless, definitely use washers that either don't go past the edge of the trigger, or only slightly - too big will cause problems. THANKS
Phenom: Suggest you use small washers first. Had the misfortune of the trigger going off while roostering and the barrel slipping out my hand, popping up and bending my barrel. Be careful when doing this mod.
tyler courtwright: best how to video ever. lol
Siuco: Hahaha! Awesome dude! Love the swearing and candidness of the geeky guy with glasses. I mean this in a respectful way as I too am one of those geeky guys with glasses - believe us, we are geeky, but very smart! I especially liked it when you repeated, "I NOTICED!" haha. Yes, attention to detail, that's how we roll!!!!!!!! Thanks for the great video!
jethrop40: Great instructions. Worked perfectly. Dialogue was hilarious too! For my TR77, I used a 5mm washer that I bought from Lowe's.
dgriffith19: What size should I use? The trigger was super scary touchy
clh556: Seems like u have to big of a washer go down a size or 2
dgriffith19: I tried this modification on my Benjamin trail np XL 1100 and yes it fixed the trigger and it was amazing but my safety didn't work, the gun would fire with it on safety. Please tell me if I did something wrong, I tried 2 different size washers
William Gonzalez: It needs to be trimmed a bit though.
TheCalimoose: I just went to home depo the size you need is #5 metric washer
clh556: Remove the spring and any size washer will change the trigger pull bigger washer = less length. Mine was no bigger then the outer edge of the round piece on the trigger
TheCalimoose: You need to remove it
wasdupdown: Bc mine just removed the tension and thats it but same pull lengthy
wasdupdown: I tried it, it works but i still leave a question did u leave the spring in the trigger??
markyd601: I actually tried this crap , and the first one I tried was too much , safety would actually fire my fury , and you could breath hard and the gun would fire , so I eventually found the sweet spot and I'm glad to say you my friend are a genius !!!