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I have a krico .243 rifle. The first part of pulling the trigger is verry tough. something like 2+ kg's. I don't know wen the first part is over and the shot will go off. Can this be modified?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First is to try for a group, do not adjust the scope in any way. Shoot 4 rounds with out adjusting the scope. The gun should settle down and start to group. If you can not get a group in 6 rounds go clean that gun & check your ammo. Start over. If she does not group, its the gun not the scope. Once it starts to group move the cross hairs in the opp direction small clicks and "TAP' the scope after each adjustment. Shoot for a group each time 2 rounds should group. Get a target that has a grid to help get on faster.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
SOURCE: I have A Beeman Silver
No, there is no way to adjust it. Theoretically this rifle uses the "Sporter" trigger : a very simple mechanism with an average pull of just 10lbs - if yours needs more then something is wrong in the mechanism = mechanical failure.
This is not the first rifle of this manufacturer that has come in our shop with mechanical failures, they are very badly manufactured. The only way to fix it is to dismantle it and replace the defective parts - that is simply not worth it, for the same money (around $60) you could buy a new one.
Posted on Jun 04, 2011
If you'll look up into the trigger assembly inside the trigger guard you'll see a set screw. I've got one of those old Rugers and supposedly that set screw is for adjusting trigger pull wt.
Posted on Nov 08, 2012
I'm having trouble visualizing which pin (firing pin???) you're talking about. How sure are you that the rifle has been reassembled correctly? Could you post a picture so we can see how it's assembled? One shot (no pun) of the assembled trigger group would be good, then another shot of the bolt & carrier.
Posted on Aug 08, 2014
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