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Brocock Bantam Trigger

January 10 2018 at 8:48 AM

Skip in WV  (Login SkipinWV)
YF12

Has anyone successfully gotten this trigger to under a pound pull? How did you do it?

 
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michael wolfram
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Skip i don't own one of these but looking at the trigger

January 11 2018, 1:28 AM 

setup I think I would start with spring number 69
and adjustment screw D looks like it would help
spring 66 could be some help
but spring 64 and 66 are very short
so were to find replacement spring to fit could be a problem, but you could spin your own ????

the trigger assembly is a little busy and busy in a good way

so just my penny worth of input

http://brocock.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Brocock-Compatto-Bantam-Handbook-0217-web.pdf

I like a good trigger challenge
mike

 
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Skip in WV
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Just got it

January 11 2018, 9:18 AM 

Haven't done any thing yet. First step is adjusting. The polish the parts and some molly lube. Springs after that.

 
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Steve in NC
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Unfortunately, for all its complexity, this isn't a true 2 stage trigger.

January 13 2018, 11:14 PM 

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It could pretty easily be converted into one.
Steve

 
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