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  • #275792

    larryw22
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    There is a post, a couple of years back by DonnyFl after a Fuxing sesssion, resulting in a no cocking condition. I don’t have the time to find it but I think a improper trigger adjustment was the problem.
    Good Luck you will figure it out.

    LarryW :winkn:

    #275793

    bf1956
    Member

    Thank you Larry W. I think this is the post Iam referring to.

    #275794

    jjmaine
    Member

    Have you taken the breech off to be sure that the cocking lever is engaging the hammer? Not sure how it would NOT engage but it’s worth checking as it’s only two 3mm screws to remove. Here is one of Ernest vids that shows how to remove the breech.

    Is there spring tension when you pull the lever back? There was a post by Endo where one of the sears was engaging automatically due to air blow by from the hammer. A quick trigger adjustment sorted it out. I’ll find the thread and link it here in case you haven’t seen it.

    #275795

    jjmaine
    Member

    Here it is. It is a looong thread (but an excellent read). The post I’m talking about is on page 5 where you see the picture of the trigger housing. Hope it helps, good luck!

    http://www.talonairgun.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=55&t=32414&start=80

    #275799

    bf1956
    Member

    JJMAINE thank’s Bud! Printed it off and when I get home will check it out. And again thank you all for responding. I really like this place.

    #275810

    iride
    Participant

    Wow, This is killing me
    You got it fixed yet?
    Keep us posted ,
    I am sure its going to be so simple.
    Sometimes I just have to walk away, And come back another day, Fresh and new.
    Mike

    #275824

    bf1956
    Member

    Dang it that wasn’t the fix. It is cocked the sear engages but when tripped nothing. I need a picture with the side plate removed and uncocked. freakn crows fallin of the limbs laughin at me!

    #275826

    darryl
    Participant

    bf1956 have you tried backing the trigger’s 2nd stage out (as in lightening the second stage)? Good luck with it.
    Darryl

    #275827

    bf1956
    Member

    Yes Daryl I did one full turn and screw was tight . Thought it would break before let go. I got to go back and see if I can find a pick of the side plate removed showing the uncocked action. Got a HW 100 that has leaked from new , out side of that the rest of them have been ok. Taipan has been my go to and now I’m all alone!

    #275829

    gku
    Participant

    Increase first stage travel 1 turn in……..

    #275831

    bf1956
    Member

    This is the deal I don’t know much about pcp but I can say is with the side plate off it appears that it is cocked. when I manually trip the sear every thing drops down and the hammer should release right? Well it doesn’t. I will try to get a picture up but it will be awhile. Thank you Greg.

    #275832

    gku
    Participant

    So the hammer spring is compressed ….. ?
    If so sounds like something is holding the hammer from releasing.
    If it wss my gun I’d try and back out remove the HST and remove the hammer and spring.
    Hum….. spring could be broken or causing a jam ?

    #275833

    bf1956
    Member

    Can I do this with out degassing ?

    #275834

    gku
    Participant
    quote bf1956:

    Can I do this with out degassing ?

    Yes you can ….. but remember because of this the gun can still fire .. point in a safe direction !

    The HST will need to be pushed in with every turn out ….
    With the extra tension It will suddenly eject so be extra cautious Sir !

    #275835

    bf1956
    Member

    Will do Greg.

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