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The new trigger is made from brass stock from the hobby shop. The thickest they carry is 1/16", but they were out and what I got is just a fuzz under 1/16" by 1/2" wide. I cut the length a little long as I wasn't sure how the stock would turn out. I used a file to take out a little from both the frame and the cover to keep the slot for the trigger roughly centered in the frame. I then soldered a piece of the same brass stock to each side of the trigger blade to end up with almost a 3/16" wide trigger. If I had full 1/16" brass the trigger would be a full 3/16" wide (thick?)
The additional pieces are shorter than the main piece so there is still only the single thickness inside the trigger frame. I kept the slot in the stock very close to the trigger to cut out any side to side wobble that may develop in the trigger.
Hacking up an old pistol grip frame like this for a rifle will allow for the use all the nifty pistol trigger improvement tricks and parts to still be used while giving a more traditional rifle look and feel to the airgun.