Question about BSA Air Gun Scopes
The barrel pushes the piston back when you **** it.
The seer grabs the piston to hold it.
It sounds like you have an engagement issue between your seer and piston.
Often there are springs which hold the triger paul and seers in place. You may have lost a spring which isnt allowing your trigger mechanism to reset after the trigger is pulled. This results in the trigger being permanitly in the fired position.
Good luck and hope this gives you something to look for
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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