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"Lawyer Spring" in the Gen 2 Marauder trigger assembly

May 17 2017 at 9:29 PM
MikefromMidland  (Select Login MScottLeeman)
YF12

What's the story with this, which one is it ? Any input or suggestions? Thanks in advance. Mike.

 
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BillE.
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Watch this.................

May 17 2017, 9:50 PM 


 
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MikefromMidland
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Thank You,Bill.Just what I wanted to know! nt

May 18 2017, 8:56 AM 


 
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Dave
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Re: "Lawyer Spring" in the Gen 2 Marauder trigger assembly

May 18 2017, 4:38 PM 

from someone who's done it...I'll never go back to stock!!!
My trigger is as light as a feather.
Best trigger out of all my 20 something airguns/pistols.
You wont believe the difference it makes, just removing that spring.

 
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db
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So you removed it completely? You didn't straighten it & replace it

May 20 2017, 9:02 AM 

like in the video?
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Diamondback

Truth is Stranger than Fiction..... wink.gif

 
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BillE.
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Re: So you removed it completely? You didn't straighten it & replace it

May 20 2017, 9:30 AM 

You CAN remove it but you need to put an o-ring on the pivot-point to act as a spacer before you put sideplate back on.

 
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MikefromMidland
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I actually just removed it..

May 20 2017, 3:05 PM 

Put the stock adjustment spring back in. ( I previously replaced it with a lighter spring but after removing the lawyer spring,it was Way too light.) Polished up the sear,ect. with up to 1500 wet/dry. I used a couple very small,thin washers to take up the space left by the big honkin lawyer spring. Lubed the pivots with some leftover Vortek lube and a Light application of moly on the sear contact areas.I made some subtle adjustments​ to the 1st and 2nd stage screws,a bit to the weight adjustment screw and WHA-LAAA! (VIOLA?) The trigger is now the equivalent to Any of my others..or better! With the exception of my Diana 75. Thanks for the help guys, just Awesome!! ...Mike

 
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