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July 17 2012 at 1:56 PM
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nampa  (Login nampa)

Recently purchased Hammeril 850 for indoor shooting. I have a question that I would appreciate some assistance on. When I tested the rifle for trigger pull in registered around 3 pounds. I talked with the people I bought it from and they said that was standard for the rifle. I asked if it could be reduced and they said no. Does anyone know if the trigger pull can be reduced further? I usually shoot silhouettes with a 22 or larger caliber and the triger pull on my rifles is one and one-half to two pounds. It would really help me to reduce the pull in that is possible. Any assistance would be appreciated.
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Nampa

 
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richwoods
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EZ trigger pull...

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July 18 2012, 2:47 PM 


 
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July 19 2012, 6:40 AM 


 
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November 3 2014, 7:00 PM 

Great find, thanks very much for sharing.
It looks like they have the two stage step built into it too.
I'll have to try one. happy.gif

 
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Bill
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January 10 2015, 11:10 PM 

(Edit: I just ordered it. Hopefully it arrives by spring time. Still freezing here in Ohio.)



Side Note: Roald,

Thanks for all of your help recently. I got my 88 refill adapters and my 20lb co2 source now.

Question though, what is the best way to refill as far as temperature goes?

Should I stick the 88g cartridges in the freezer for a while before connecting them or should I keep both the Source(20lbCo2) and 88g cartridge at room temperature? Also how long should they be connected ?

Am I supposed to hand tighten the set screws on the adapters ?

Thanks for everything.



    
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Dave
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December 31 2014, 3:54 PM 

Is anyone selling this trigger in the US?

 
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Fabio
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Hi Dave

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January 6 2015, 2:36 PM 

I have done some search here in europe,Kaniss make this trigger himself (or by a machine shop in Germany).
I am thinking to buy one for me.
The dealer is reliable,i bought some springs from him.


    
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Roald
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January 13 2015, 10:30 PM 

No, not that I know of... I'm waiting for the R8 to come out over here and check
to see what they did to the trigger. It could be worth getting one of those if they
copied our trigger mod like they copied the rest of the HPA conversion.
I know that the trigger blade is metal... lets see what it looks like.
It's supposed to launch out here during the first quarter of 2015.

 
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Fabio
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Single stage

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January 14 2015, 12:09 PM 

Hi,i watched a review of the R8,they talk of a good but single stage trigger..
I wait some dutch guy open a R8 to show us happy.gif


    
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richwoods
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Plastic trigger

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January 14 2015, 1:57 PM 

according to what I've seen in videos of the R8...

 
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Fabio
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Ordered the deutch trigger

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January 14 2015, 2:34 PM 

The one sold by luftgewere Kaniss,when it arrive test it and let you know

 
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Bill
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January 15 2015, 4:45 AM 

Roald,

I ordered the Kannis tuning set, including that trigger. Once it gets here and you open back up I would like to send my 850 .177 to you so you can check it out and install the trigger and a shroud.



    
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Fabio
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Is the "light tuning kit" ?

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January 16 2015, 12:25 PM 

I tested this a year ago,(the spring and spacer only)the spring is stiffer but short (70mm)
don't expect the results of a dominator spring or a roald spring because this thing require a loud preload to reach that level.
I tryed,but the rifle becames extremely hard to cock and i noticed wearing in the action.
I gave up and switched to a 20FPE Dominator spring 75mm long and a guide with reduced preload (roald style)
Anyway,this spring is an improvment referred to the original 850 spring (softer and 62mm long).

P.S. I send back the trigger i have ordered from Kaniss, i payed at the order,but the courier asked me to pay at delivery!! Sent an e-mail to the guy and he refund my money immediately on my paypal account.
Sent another e-mail sayng "ok,now i will pay the courier" but no reply from him.
Now i don't know if i must wait another delivery.
I hope he don't recall the package.


    
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Bill
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Re: Is the "light tuning kit" ?

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January 16 2015, 2:26 PM 

I was not sure, If Roald will do the work for me I will let him decide what is the best option. (His spring or other one)

I just grabbed the whole package since I was gonna pick the trigger up anyways.

Why would your order be COD? Weird. Hope it works out for you.

 
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Thanks Bill

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January 17 2015, 12:45 AM 

It seems germany efficiency fails in this case,too much beer ? happy.gif.
For sure Roald will give you the best.
Enjoy the 850.


    
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