CROSMAN TRIGGER FIX !!! FREE




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Chris mccall: Its clear to say of the washers too big you bi pass the safety and it doesn't work. I maybe should've mentioned that lol

mapbike: You didnt figure out anything dude....! loads of videos about modifying the crosman type triggers on youtube and you should have your filthy little punk mouth washed out with soap.... How about you have a little respect for yourself and for the others including young kids who may see your videos and clean up the foul language which doesn't impress anyone and only makes you sound immature and unlearned. 

rebel emmerling: Dude all theis lil cry babys bitch bout ur swareing on here can kiss my azz at least ur on here wit idias how to fix the crap and I sent link to my kid cuz man u remind me of myself and son wen we work on our guns thanks for the info keep up good work and freak the Crybaby's out here that can't even find there azzes letalone a freakin trigger take care send more how to vids 

Multi-Hobbyist: I did this to my Benjamin Trail NP. A set of No.6 locking washers worked perfect and left the safety functional. Before trying to put them in, use two pairs of pliers to bend the washers until the ends are back in allignment. (Locking washers are offset) This fix brought my trigger pull to roughly 1 1/2lbs. Anyone who does this will be pleased. Remember, all that needs to come out is the trigger. Dont aggravate yourself taking the whole trigger pack apart. 

Randy B: I tried your idea on my Stoeger X20s. I looked up the GTR-III trigger and noticed the same trigger for the Crosman/Benjamin airguns are used in the Stoeger airguns. I removed my trigger and removed the pin to measure. After getting the dimensions, I went to Lowes and got a pack of #10 Standard (SAE) Split Lock Washers. I stacked 2 of them together over the sear-tripping pin and re-installed the trigger, without the trigger spring. Much lighter and much less travel distance. The first shot surprised me how light and soon it was. I also did the "smack" test and smacked the stock in several places while the gun was loaded and ready to fire with the safety on. Did not discharge, even when I pulled the trigger with the safety on. Going to do some group testing but it seems like it will be better. I may try the RC car roller bearing mod later as well to see if it is smoother than washers, which it should be. Anyway, after listening to your video and comparing the triggers, all he did was raise that area to engage the sear faster/more. Very efficient modification for those *who know what they are doing*. 

Steve M: What a idiot, no mechanical skills at all. What he showed you will work, for a while, to it screws up your gun beyond repair

Matt Porter: hell yea... I am a machinist and I know that simple fixes are the best... good job and for all the people that dont like you freakING swearing freak THEM crap rooster BALL ASS kitty CUM DUMPSTER ASS CLOWNS>> I dont see there videos on here because there to stupid to figure it out or just to plain freakING brain dead to work a MOTHERfreakING camera... 

barry zome: You can use a bearing also......Traxxas 5114 Ball Bearings 5x8x2.5mm, with shipping it is around $5

Chris mccall: shutup fatboy

James Clark: Chris, thank you. I used the same lock washers but clamped them in a vice and carefully took the "offset bend" out. I polished them on emery cloth and was able to Insert 2 to take up the full space. Works like a charm... 20yard same hole groups off a "bulls bag". I did this for my brothers gun as I have a gt3 trigger in my gamo. Hard pressed to feel a difference... No go wash your mouth out with Soap.... Lol

kingofcastlechaos: Relax, not a negative comment. I'm not very used to so many conversational F bombs, but it could just be a regional dialect thing. However, I would love to hear the soundtrack when you smash your thumb with a hammer, etc.- I bet that's impressive as hell.

gijimodo: Sorry Chris. Don't agree that it's better than the GRTIII, not even close. BUT, that's not to say that it doesn't make an improvement. (These assemblies have lots of room for improvement!) Bob made a good trigger assembly with the GRTIII & 4. Just isn't anything out there to beat solid engineering. Hope your mod keeps working well for you!

Elroy Mills: Thanks Thinking about giving this a try!!!!!!

Per Østbø: Thaks for the trigger fix instructions dude! I agree on the swearing, and since I live on the oposite side of our planet, I guess its a international thing about your language :-)

barry zome: Can you tell me what size E clip that is 

Cory Ho: Dude, dude. with the words man.

Kris Koppy: Your mouth is ridiculous.

Airgun n00b: By freaking golly... That freaking worked. You sir, are a freaking hilarious genius. I approve of this mother freaking video and this crap saved my ass 40 bucks. And it's your fault you got me cursing. freak yeah!

AirGunWarriors: Seems to me that the bearing solution which is under $7.00 would work better, be more smoother, less friction. Also, I would not discount the CDT Trigger fix as well, as there are many that can afford the better hand-made, quality craftsmanship and want only the best for their airguns. Not to mention, the CDT Trigger also enhances the looks of the airgun.:-) Whatever works best for the shooter I guess. I do thank you for your efforts in trying to help, but a warning would be nice about the language. Fortunately I watched the entire video before forwarding it to any friends. Happy/Safe Shooting, AGW.

Banjo Ray: Cheers man.. freaking got myself a freaking washer and freaking put it in and it freaking worked a freaking treat.. Thanks a freaking lot dude.. 

Sean Wilson: Well done, swear all you want cos we are all been ripped off these triggers are terrible they are also in Gamo rifles too. So easy to fix why don't they just make them right. Thanks. Do you have the link to the trigger strip down as I don't know which spring to take out and there was a spring hanging out of my trigger fouling the main gun spring and need to get it back together right.

f47lbx3: WARNING Cool video,thanks, BUT I had a scary experience! I just got a Benjamin Trail NP and wanted to do the trigger modification. I went to the hardware store and bought some metric (9mm OD with 5mm hole) flat washers, stacked three of them inside the trigger, put the pin back through the hole in the trigger, through the holes in the washers and out the hole in the other side of the trigger and put everything back together. I roostered the gun, put in a pellet, aimed on a target, and got ready to fire. With the safety in the ON POSITION, I squeezed the trigger and THE GUN FIRED! OMFG! I took out the washers and the gun would not fire with the safety on. I went back to the hardware store and bought some (8mm OD with 5mm hole) lock washers (they did not have any smaller flat washers). I flattened-out a couple of the lock washers, put them in the trigger as before and the gun WOULD NOT FIRE with the safety on, ah relief! So just that little 1mm difference in diameter literally made the difference between potential life and death. With this modification, I am going to be extremely careful with the gun and not trust the safety until I test it a couple of hundred times. And I will never "like" your video because you are a foul-mouthed immature little prick/punk.

Sean Wilson: Well done, swear all you want cos we are all been ripped off these triggers are terrible they are also in Gamo rifles too. So easy to fix why don't they just make them right. Thanks. Do you have the link to the trigger strip down as I don't know which spring to take out and there was a spring hanging out of my trigger fouling the main gun spring and need to get it back together right.

Go Joe: Don't you own a set of calipers to measure the washer and tell everyone the EXACT size...your as helpful as a hot breeze on a hot day...cheap people are never too bright.I think I'll take the $33.00 dollar trigger that was machined by a a real genius...oh and the safety still works..

Levi Hogge: no mods to tigger or taping the safety. its a simple adjustment. but im not saying go for it thanks

Fernando Paz: Great Idea! Thanks for sharing!

Dan: Excellent solution to the problem. However, your foul mouth seriously detracts from the entire video, and will cause many people to be put off by the language you use. it's one thing to use obscenities win some types of videos (porn, "reality" videos, etc.), but in a supposedly serious technical video such as this, that kind of language is completely out of place. 

Ace Airgun Reviews: Planning on doing this to my Optimus tomorrow...What exact size washer is it??? thanks

Bill J: I used a 5 x 8 x 2.5 R/C ball bearing on my Benjamin Trail All Weather NP. Works like a charm. One bearing, one screwdriver and 5 minutes of time! (Leave out the 1st. stage spring and pin on re-assembly). Oh my goodness...I explained all that w/o one cuss word! Wow! Golly gee! Can you believe it? 

Robert Cook: Excellent work, Chris! I've got the same model air rifle, and I love it, but the trigger sucks sweaty balls! I'm pulling that bad boy open tomorrow and doing this mod. BTW, with that filthy rooster holster of yours, you should enlist in the freaking US Army; you will fit right in. F.inest T.raining A.vailable!

stan ian: I would rather watch informative vids like this one with lot's of emotions and swearing than useless ones with formal professional language that talks about nothing. Give kid a break. He did an excellent job and I'm going to use HIS idea tonight.

brandon leslie: do you think a ball bearing would work better ?

Rod Crawford: Great video! I just drilled a hole through a piece of aluminium on the laithe with a number 7 drill (5mm) then turned it down to 9mm outside diameter and cut it off at 3.2mm for a tightish fit in the trigger. This gave a very light but safe trigger pull. Thanks for the idea.

Oneskeptical Guy: You sir are a genius! Great engineering!

spotsyskaters98: This guys a pickle

Jake Decker: oh my god you think your so cool swearing, stop its a regular video you say that word like 30 times through the video my god your such an idiot.

XDevilsChariotX: Good information but swearing so much makes you look like a real tool. Swearing dont make ya cool FYI lol

NukeAssAssin71: I went to home depot an hour ago and used the m6 flat washer 2stack and the pull was delicate to the touch very soft...and I'd reckon a m5 because I can shoot with safety on.

Key2Be: What worked just peachy with my Gamo Hunter 440 was to leave the bolt as is ( no added washer) , but instead just remove the trigger spring and bolt. All i can say is WOW! - The huge ammount of pre-travel is gone. It is almost a hair trigger now , and the rounded slippery shape doesn't bother me as much anymore.

booobtooober: I had to put my washer on a metal rod and ran it on a belt sander like a wheel till it wore down about a millimeter which made it perfect. I had a dangerously light hair trigger before sanding it down. Great idea. Thanks for the tip saved me $40.

Truth Films: What size washer? Did it have to be a lock washer?

Daron Heatwole: I just did this last night. Took me like 20 minutes start to finish. The trigger now has like a 2lb pull if that. It is AWESOME... I have not had time to resite my gun in to see if the crapty stock scope is worth keeping or not. But thank you sir for sharing this with us.

KJRRanch3d: freak, pain in the ass, piece of crap.....I don't need that.....Goodbye.

terminator1820: shut up u dumb i am going 2

Caleb DeLuca: Chris Mcall ... you are the "freaking Man" !! Well done sir..

gymowner123: freaking A kid

jules2cv: Thans you. I have done this tric on a gamo bigcat 1250. Works good!

terminator1820: stop swearing u dumb amps

Damien Gerrior: Thanks, but why not just say the size you used?

GREG GREER: Very helpful video. Had to run my kids out of the room because of your trashy mouth. Makes you look like an idiot. Sorry.

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