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Lujtic trigger tool

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by SPACE GUN, Dec 4, 2011.

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  1. SPACE GUN

    SPACE GUN Member

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    I switch my mono gun trigger hammers (pull to release) once in awhile and as anyone that has done it knows, it can be a pain! I saw a thread on here way back where someone made a wrench to help in the process. I would like to make or buy one. Thanks in advance for any information.
     
  2. birdtracker

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    some yard bird from Kentucky I think! Birdtracker
     
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    Biff is his screen name. Birdtracker
     
  4. Ajax

    Ajax Well-Known Member

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    Find a tack remover. It built like a screw driver but with notch cut in the end and the end is bent upward. Great for taking out the hammer springs.

    Ajax
     
  5. WNCRob

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    Brownells also makes a tool for this purpose...like a heavy-duty blade screwdriver with a "U" cot out in the middle of the blade...makes spring removal a 5 second issue.

    WNCRob
     
  6. SPACE GUN

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    WCNROB I couldn't find the tool on brownells web site. Can you help with what to look under?
     
  7. elinvar

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    Get a screwdriver with the same diameter shaft as the pins in the trigger-Phillips- Grasp the hammer with spring etc and squeeze and use screwdriver as the pin- once the screwdriver is in the hole- drive pin in from the other side replacing the screwdriver.
    Pretty easy and fast once you get the hang of it- The tool talked about above also works.
    Terry Jones
     
  8. SPACE GUN

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    shooterone! thanks for the infro. I found it and ordered. However the one I was looking for was made more like a c-clamp (I believe it may have been homemade.
     
  9. TOOLMAKER 251

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    This is the type of tool you need for removing mainsprings.
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