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Old 03-22-2013, 08:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ccm t2 auto trigger problems

Hi guys, I just picked up another t2 and for some reason when I tighten down the auto trigger cam/ lever it won't let me pull the trigger to fire the gun. But it will cock. I loosen the auto trigger screw and it will fire but then the lever can slip off the rod. Any ideas?

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Old 03-23-2013, 03:41 AM   #4 (permalink)
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raise your lug (1/4 turn)
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Pretty sure that's not it. It will single fire with some unusual resistance, but then the trigger locks up when auto triggering at a fast pace.
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Old 03-23-2013, 05:15 AM   #6 (permalink)
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If there's some resistance while doing single shots, it sounds like your lug is too low.
It already happened on mine (I've sorted the problem by adjusting the lug and screw the nylon screw inside the hammer to lock it).
Do you sometimes need to pull the trigger several times to fire ? If yes, I think this is your problem.

Or you can refer to TF's manuals, they're great.
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Is the Auto Trigger pin straight on the marker? Meaning - it needs to be perpendicular. If it is kicked toward the top of the marker - I could see it doing what you are describing.

Look at the picture of the black marker in the post above. Make sure that little pin looks like that when you slide off the AT Cam.

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Is the Auto Trigger pin straight on the marker? Meaning - it needs to be perpendicular. If it is kicked toward the top of the marker - I could see it doing what you are describing.

Look at the picture of the black marker in the post above. Make sure that little pin looks like that when you slide off the AT Cam.

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The pin is in the correct place
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If there's some resistance while doing single shots, it sounds like your lug is too low.
It already happened on mine (I've sorted the problem by adjusting the lug and screw the nylon screw inside the hammer to lock it).
Do you sometimes need to pull the trigger several times to fire ? If yes, I think this is your problem.

Or you can refer to TF's manuals, they're great.
I did back off the lug all the way and the trigger went back to feeling really snappy and responsive like it normally is but when I went to sent the auto trigger timing back to where its supposed to be, the trigger gets more limp feeling and it gets hard to get the lug to release and fire.
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Thanks for trying, any other ideas?
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