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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1066 View Post
    Has it not got the set trigger? By pushing the trigger forward first to "set" the trigger my .36 is down to just a few oz's.

    Nice group - freehand or rested?
    Yes it has a single set trigger with a adjustment screw just behind the trigger, will adjust it next time on the range.

    I will come clean about the grouping it was shot at 20 yards but I rested my elbows on a bench, I was so nervous when I was shooting it after the nipple broke last time my hands were shaking to much.
    I do intend to shoot it Freehand in the future when I have adjusted the sight & trigger and get more used to the Pistol.

    Stuart

  2. #32
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    I found I had to Loctite the trigger adjustment screw on mine otherwise it would move over time.
    Steve

  3. #33
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    Don't make the error of setting it TOO light. It CAN be set so lightly that pointing the pistol upwards [not a good idea - it will get you sent off the range in a competition], will set it off.

    tac
    Lots of guns and trains.

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim56 View Post
    He can definitely shoot.!!
    The shooter, Balász Németh, is the Hungarian national #1 BP pistol shooter, and runs a BP-specialist store in Budapest - see his website. They are THE main Pedersoli source in Eastern Europe, and are FAR better at getting parts than anybody else I've ever dealt with, even the well-known dealership in Yorkshire, as Mr Németh represents Pedersoli in shooting sports at the international level, up to the level of actually organising the 2016 MLAIC championships in Hungary last year - see Youtube again.

    tac
    Lots of guns and trains.

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