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hoov7888 06-30-2013 12:30 AM

T2 auto trigger ptoblems
 
The second half of my trigger pull feels stiff when I try to auto trigger my gun. Also if I screw down my a/t cam screw too tight, the gun won't fire, Is that normal? Any advice?


I'm also having another issue with my timing constantly self adjusting but I think its relating to the lug in the hammer. I've screwed in the derlin set screw in the hammer/lug but haven't had any luck with that working.

I may just have to end up sending this in :,(

CCMachinist 06-30-2013 12:56 AM

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Originally Posted by hoov7888 (Post 2746232)
The second half of my trigger pull feels stiff when I try to auto trigger my gun. Also if I screw down my a/t cam screw too tight, the gun won't fire, Is that normal? Any advice?


I'm also having another issue with my timing constantly self adjusting but I think its relating to the lug in the hammer. I've screwed in the derlin set screw in the hammer/lug but haven't had any luck with that working.

I may just have to end up sending this in :,(

Give Rod a call Monday morning. he can walk you thru it.

You can try this till then.

This is for the old style cam lever.The lever that has 2 pins plus a screw. It is possible to get that reversed if you took it apart. The new lever cannot be installed wrong.

The nylon hex will strip really easy. It's best to take out the lug and then adjust the nylon screw. The further in the nylon screw the tighter the lug is to a certain point then lug will shear it off when screwed in again.

The at cam screw is odd. It should tighten all the way down and bottom out.
You are talking about the screw that holds the lever on the pump arm rod?

If it's binding the only thing I can think of is that the rod is out of alignment. If the rod was removed from the pump plate it has to be re-aligned perpendicular to the body.

hoov7888 06-30-2013 11:36 AM

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Originally Posted by CCMachinist (Post 2746247)
Give Rod a call Monday morning. he can walk you thru it.

You can try this till then.

This is for the old style cam lever.The lever that has 2 pins plus a screw. It is possible to get that reversed if you took it apart. The new lever cannot be installed wrong.

Hoov: I'm almost positive its set up right

The nylon hex will strip really easy. It's best to take out the lug and then adjust the nylon screw. The further in the nylon screw the tighter the lug is to a certain point then lug will shear it off when screwed in again.

Hoov: I preformed this last week successfully with no prevail

The at cam screw is odd. It should tighten all the way down and bottom out.
You are talking about the screw that holds the lever on the pump arm rod?

Hoov: yep, my a/t lever makes my gun not fire if tightened down all the way

If it's binding the only thing I can think of is that the rod is out of alignment. If the rod was removed from the pump plate it has to be re-aligned perpendicular to the body.

Hoov:...thanks CCMachinist, I've had this gun for weeks and I've never got it to shoot smoothly or have the timing not bounce around. Is there anyway you can pm me with info on where to send it and about how much its going to cost me?





Tyvm!

CCMachinist 06-30-2013 12:51 PM

Please call Melissa first for pricing and shipping instructions. 530-378-3420


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