MegaMOTORIZED: Thank you for nice video. I own a Benjamin Trail Np 0.22 I counted the trigger pull force, it was 4 pounds. I put away the small spring that it was inside the trigger i put again the small pin in the trigger and i lowered the tension at second big spring inside the trigger mecanism i put again the same trigger at Benjamin, and now you need only 0.3 pound force to trigger the Benjamin. So smooth and soft!!!!!! without buying anything
barry zome: You forgot to put on blue loctite on the screws
Truth Seeker: I have learned to shoot this thing pretty good. I would actually like to try the "new" trigger, but I'm sure I would mess it up, and I could watch 100 videos....No one around here seems to work on air rifles!.
Mike Riedel: I just put the GRT-III Trigger in my Benjamin Genesis .22. It took all of 3 minutes to install it (I had watched many videos on how it do it before I order it).
The trigger on the Genesis was probably as bad as it gets on any of the Benjamin break barrels, but I had gotten used to it and could hit pretty decent groups at 25 yards. I also had no problems shooting squirrels, skunks, and raccoons.
But now with this new trigger I can make as good or better shots without have to concentrate as much on the trigger pull.
TheStupidMonkey007: Ok. Glad you figured it out and I hope you enjoy the increase in accuracy from knowing when your air rifle is going to fire, unlike how the factory trigger worked. Have a blast, have fun and shoot safe. :)
blackandsmart: I think I figured it out. This pin holds the spring in place in the original trigger blade.
TheStupidMonkey007: Thanks for the compliment. :) Concerning the part that seems to have fallen out... I'm not sure without seeing the part. However, you can go to Crosman.com and at the bottom of the main web page there is a link to Downloads. Click on that, then click on the appropriate brand you have. Next pick the model number of the particular rifle/gun you have. Download the exploded parts view and the parts list. That should help you to find what the part is and where it goes. I hope this helps out.
blackandsmart: Very detailed video, made my job so much easier! During my installation a small cylindrical pin fell out, I don't know what it is. It has the same diameter as the narrow part of the pin that goes in the bear trap, and it is 1/4" long. Do you know this part?
TheStupidMonkey007: Thanks! It would be nice to see how someone has figured out how to make these glitchy factory triggers work like they should. :) I look forward to seeing the video.
fowlsin: i will, when my crosman venom get's here, i hope i get it this week or next week, but i will show you guy's how easy it is and how safe it is.
TheStupidMonkey007: I personally feel that the money was not wasted. The GRT-III trigger is a better trigger made out of solid aircraft type aluminum, it is lighter and the GRT-III trigger actually has adjustability where the original factory trigger does not. I'm glad you were able to modify it yourself to work to your satisfaction and that you are happy with your modification. Perhaps you would be so kind as to make a video of what you did to help others to be able to make their Benji Trail NPs shoot better. :)
fowlsin: hey dude what much did you waste your money on that trigger, for me i just put a longer screw where the adjustment screw is,you can get the screw from any toy or something that use's small screws as long as you have the screw 50 to 75% longer than the screw that came with it and the safe and fire trigger also works but don't screw it in too much because your gun won't rooster at all, just change the screw nothing else
TheStupidMonkey007: If it is the part I'm thinking of, it is a plastic bushing/roller that keeps the roostering are moving smoothly within the stock. If it is ruined, I would suggest calling the Crosman Service Center (you can find their number on the website) and as for Jan. Let her know what model/make air rifle you have and she'll be able to direct you in the right direction to order a new part. Since you disassembled it, the warranty is void so you'll have to pay for the parts.
ariel4more: u might wanna put BLUE thread lock on your stock screws. i have the standard trail, and the front 2 screws have a habit of working themselves loose, then my groups open up a lot. dont use the red thread lock, u wont be able to get it back off if needed!
TheStupidMonkey007: You can go to google.com or any other search engine and type in grt-III or CharlieDaTuna and you will find a link to his website.
Kuo Zhao: great, great,great..I feel uncomfortable with my NP's trigger, and I found this video..by the way, where I can buy the trigger you showed in the video?
Tristen Naquin: thanks
TheStupidMonkey007: No problem. It's not a waste of my time to help out other fellow air gunners, it is my pleasure to help out. I just wanted to make sure that we were talking about the same part of the rifle, that was all. Have fun and shoot safe. :)
Tristen Naquin: sorry i wasnt paying much attention to the beginning of the dis assembly i heard you say something about removing the screw behind the trigger and i thaught you were talking about the entire trigger guard. i understand what you mean tho thank you. but i did see another video where the guy had to remove his trigger guard. i just wanted to clarify by watching your video. sorry for wasting your time. il use this video to install mine when i get it
TheStupidMonkey007: I'm sure what you are talking about. In the video (the very beginning of the video) I never mention having to remove the trigger guard. There is a screw in the back end of the trigger guard that must be removed in order to take the action out of the stock (and I mention this), but actually removing the trigger guard is not necessary. Perhaps you are trying to describe a different part of the trigger assembly. Can you clarify it so I can help give you a proper answer? Thanks. :)
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