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Bowen Release Trigger Help

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by bt100ed, Apr 4, 2008.

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  1. bt100ed

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    Need some help!! Just bought a Perazzi TMX with a Bowen release trigger in it. My son want to shoot it and does not use a release. How do you convert it to a PULL??
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    Ed
     
  2. Trap2

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    Ed....... Very simple to do. Just remove the hook that holds the hammer back and the small spring under the hook, and you're good to go. You may, at some point, want to have a good trigger man re-set the pull weight, as converting to a release will change the weight of the triger some. Very, very simple task. If you can change a Perazzi trigger spring, you can convert it back to a pull trigger in a matter of minutes...Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
  3. OLD ONE EYE

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    I have a like new TM1 pull trigger I would trade for your release trigger plus some cash to boot.
    Buddy
     
  4. bt100ed

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    Dan,
    Thanks for the advice.

    Ed
     
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    Thanks for the help. Removed the hook and left the small spring in along with the other. The pin holds them both it so I figured it wouldn't hurt.
    Thanks again
    Ed
     
  6. buckshot

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    Buddy
    how much boot do you need, Tom.
     
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