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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2018 6:54 pm 
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My name is Ray and I live in Northern Ontario. I own a Ruger Air Hawk. Bought it a while back for target shooting at the cottage.
It is not a very expensive gun but it was a good air rifle for what i was using for. Unfortunately, I have some issues with the trigger not holding. Doing some online research i came across this interesting site here. I thought maybe i can get some help on how to resolve my gun problem. I know that some would advise i send it to a gun shop for repairs and i will be honest telling you that i already did and it worked for a little while but the same problem occured. I am wondering if anyone else had a similar problem with their air hawk. I have a machinist background and I have no problem taking this rifle apart and replace trigger parts or even change the whole trigger but I don't know where I can get those parts in Canada. If anyone can help me. It would be Greatly Appreciated. Thank You


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 5:46 am 
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Welcome to the forum!

I believe the Air Hawk has an adjustable trigger, have you tried fiddling with this?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 2:00 pm 
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Thank You PZAM for your suggestion.

(I believe the Air Hawk has an adjustable trigger, have you tried fiddling with this? )
I have tried many times to adjust the trigger with no success. This riffle failed shortly after it was bought and after contacting the store I bought if from ( LeBaron) I was told to send it to Manitoba ( the repair shop that did the warranty repairs for Ruger). It cost me 30 plus dollars for the shipment. After getting it back, This air rifle failed again a few years later. So I decided to take it apart and found some wear inside the trigger. I would like to replace this trigger if I can.
Not trying to write a book but just wanted to explain my situation. Thanks again


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