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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2019 2:27 pm 
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Hi everyone.
My name is jean

I have a Benjamin trail NP model BBP77 that need the trigger reassemble.

So far I believe that these are in the right order and position.
except for two springs that have me somewhat confused
Second sear spring (Part # S3-00-18 and Third sear spring (Part # S3-00-10 the only visible difference is the angle of the bend, one is bent at a 60 degrees and the other is bent at 120 degrees.
for the rest
#32 Second Sear (Part # S3-004) and #33 Second Sear Spring (Part # S3-004)
#28 Sear (Part # S3-003) and #29 Sear Spring (Part # S3-00-14)are already installed although not certain of the correct orientation.
#24Triger Spring (Part # S3-009) and #25 Trigger (Part # S3-00-06C)
#36 Pin of rear screw (Part # S3-00-11) can only go in one spot.
I was unable to add pictures, I can send you some in an email if you need to see them.
I need help to reassemble them. The correct positioning and orientation as well as the order in which they should be installed.
Any other hint to make the job easier would be greatly appreciated
Thank you.
Jean Côté


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2019 4:28 am 
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Salut et bienvenue sur le forum Jean!

I can't help much as I don't have a Benjamin Trail NP pistol, but here's the exploded view, that you can get here: https://www.crosman.com/benjamin-trail- ... pistol-177 . Also I could post your pictures for you if you need to, just send me a private message and we'll fix that.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 7:38 pm 
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I went through the exact same issue reassembling mine. It took me a week of playing with it for about 15 minutes at a time each night until my frustration level went through the roof, before I got it reassembled. I could not find any pictures using Google that were helpful and no diagrams other than the one already posted in this thread.
If you still need assistance I will partially dissasemble my gun and take some pics for you.


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