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Trigger assembly for a Mendoza rm377

My Mendoza rm377 pellet rifle won't ****.also idk how the spring goes back in the trigger assembly

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you have a triger fault its not locking the piston back best and safest bet is a gun smith,, never play with a triger if your not good with guns,

Posted on Jan 15, 2010

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Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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SOURCE: winchester model 88. with the trigger assembly

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The Model 88 had its faults. The trigger moves with the lever and the resulting linkage to the sear results in a rather spongy, creepy trigger break. If you want to see your gunsmith turn pale, waltz into the shop with an M88 and ask for a crisp three-pound trigger.

If you already have taken the gun apart, don't be afraid to hone the parts on a stone , keep them flat, you don't want anything rounded off. Especially the sear. I found that quote up top from a winchester sight,

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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SOURCE: need diagram of trigger assembly for CVA OPTIMA MUZZLELOADER RIFLE

go to www.ehow.com it has the assembly for everything i use it all the time. if that doesnt help let me know.

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