On I go…If you like being bored by too many pictures of a trigger group, read on.
The trigger assembly.
The safety pulls out. It is loose once the two dowel pins that retain the trigger assembly are removed.
A blurry look inside.
You’ll thank me if you ever have to put one back together.
This spring has been wanting to fly away since I took the action out of the stock.
I removed the circlip for the pin.
And pushed it out. Note that I store the circlip on the pin…
This is what you end up with.
And the sear comes loose.
Looks to be in pretty good shape .
Another view. Could use some polishing?
One last circlip held pin.
It’s a headed pin.
Another piece comes out. Notice the dimple for that spring end.
Now the trigger pivot pin.
The trigger is laminated steel and plastic.
It’s hard to tell but the piece the adjustment screws are in is plastic.
So that’s everything taken apart except the piston. I’ll clean everything up and lube as needed. See if it shoots better. The rifle wasn’t that dirty but seems dry – the only lube was some moly inside the piston sleeve.