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Old 10-04-2013, 01:53 PM   #2351 (permalink)
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I just cross threaded the **** out of my body god damnit
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What's with you and cross threading stuff?
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Old 10-04-2013, 02:43 PM   #2353 (permalink)
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Idk. Ive read every guide on how to time this thing and i still cant figure it out. The sear trips in the 1st 1/4 of the pull. the back block and cocking rod are adjusted properly. And ive tried every possible actuator rod length and it either wont shoot at all because the sear wont catch because the trigger is too far forward, or it will only shoot if i pull the trigger really fast. If i pull it slow the cocking rod just goes forward with the back block. And now i'm out of air..great
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I'd help you time it. But i'm so far awayyy... I'm sure it's something simple. When adjusting the shot are you using the hammer lug or some other means?
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the actuator rod length and hammer lug length.
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Old 10-04-2013, 05:40 PM   #2356 (permalink)
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If you have a hinge frame, you want the firing point to be just after where the trigger sits against the safety when it's on. Adjust your lug for that. More trial and error when you don't have a safety.

Then adjust the 3way to actuate sometime after the firing point, but not so close that the hammer won't be able to do its job opening the valve.

So firing point, then actuating point. See how that works for you. I know you're out of air but keep those in mind. Adjusting The 3 way was my biggest fight. Oh and don't use a palmers quick switch, those are a b*tch to tune.


Here's another quickie, the trigger pull should be like this:

[Pull-------fire--------actuate------end]


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Old 10-04-2013, 06:10 PM   #2357 (permalink)
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dont forget

the setup is REVERSED when going from slide to hinge and vice versa pay attention to how your 3 way is setup
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Old 10-04-2013, 06:13 PM   #2358 (permalink)
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Forgot about that, thanks stitch
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Old 10-04-2013, 06:41 PM   #2359 (permalink)
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Chooch, are you running a slider or hinge frame? I had a similar issue with my cocker back when I ran it with a slider frame. No matter what I did I couldn't get the sear to engage the hammer when doing a slow trigger pull. I attributed it to the my newer WGP three-way, which has a very short throw. Like you noticed, it works fine when you fire quickly and that was also the case with mine. I then realized that all the newer cockers that shipped with my 3way ran hinge frames, so I switched my slider to a Dye hinge and boom, worked like a charm.

Granted, I didn't 'solve' my problem, I just went around it. I ran out of patience and resources on hand to address what was actually going. I ended up happier with the hinge anyways as I can make that thing rip with it. Sliders are nicer on pumps anyhow
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there are different length actuator rods also - had one guy with a rod too short and it was hillarious when we finally figured out what was up

though for that problem the difference is pretty glaring
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