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Cannot get my Perazzi trigger out?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by BigM-Perazzi, Aug 15, 2008.

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  1. BigM-Perazzi

    BigM-Perazzi Well-Known Member

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    I think it also helps if it's not cocked....or cocked....
     
  2. flyfish

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    The same thing happened to my MX10-RS. Place your index finger in the cavity of the stock and move the safety back and forth a couple of times, then try to re-install the drop-out trigger. I built up a sweat trying to get my trigger back into the receiver for 5 to 10. Finally, I placed my finger inside, moved the safety back and forth, tried it again, and it went right in. Any time I have a problem putting the trigger back, I just reach in, move the safety back and forth, and have no problem putting the trigger back. Hope this helps.
     
  3. KEYBEAR

    KEYBEAR Active Member

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    Stock bolt is to tight . If you over tighten the stock bolt it will bow the sides of the trigger housing .
     
  4. Jerry944t

    Jerry944t Well-Known Member

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    + 1 on what Alf said. Too tight a stock or a stock that has swelled slightly makes the trigger almost impossible to get out.

    I have also found that it's a heck of a lot easier to get the trigger out if I put some cloth over the safety when I push it forward. You get better traction with more movement and that has done the trick numerous times.

    Do the cloth thing first and it might move enough to avoid removing the stock.
     
  5. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    If you would have just stepped towards a trap line it would have fell out on its own...really!
     
  6. Andy44

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    So True, Calvin.....So True!
     
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    Better than being a dumb one! ;)
     
  9. kiwiG

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    As a perazzi owner in a kreighoff stronghold I am kind of defensive, but, Calvin, that is plain funny. Thanks-Graham.
     
  10. Shooting Coach

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    Cocked hammers also help.
     
  11. washandwear

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    Hi

    Place mine against my Explorer rear rubber/nylon bumper and push. Works everytime. Newer models have a larger safety button which is much easier to push forward to release trigger.
     
  12. Andy44

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    Hmmm......hopefully you can park your Xplorer close behind the Trap line!
    Sorry, couldn't pass that one up!
     
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