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May 18 2017 at 1:37 PM
Ron Robinson  (Login compressive)
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Response to Hair trigger on Crosman 101

Probably too little sear engagement, likely from worn and/or rounded sear edges. Short of grinding sharper and/or deeper sear edges to effect more engagement, you could try a stronger trigger/sear spring that will hold the sear interface harder (and increase trigger let-off weight).

Another possibility is someone used moly-lube on the sear surfaces. If so, thoroughly degreasing them will solve the problem.

 
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