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Author:  Canadianguy [ Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:23 am ]
Post subject:  Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

Looking for one for my 2240 and a Prod Hammer, striker and pin. There out of stock everywhere and Crosman.ca website is under maintenance..

Thanks

Author:  ratchetman [ Thu Oct 29, 2020 1:49 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

Canadianguy wrote:
Looking for one for my 2240 and a Prod Hammer, striker and pin. There out of stock everywhere and Crosman.ca website is under maintenance..

Thanks


They don't stock them, but you can order it as in backorder, but they will send to you in just a couple of weeks. I've ordered four of them from them and always free shipping. Again, it's never taken more than two weeks to get them in the past.

Ken

Author:  Canadianguy [ Thu Oct 29, 2020 1:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

The lady i just talked to said order it comes about 3 weeks. Go through pay it now, just what you said....thanks!

You know these triggers? My Marauder trigger broke sears because of heavy hammer spring. Are these the same way

From the prices I've seen for these triggers, there selling pretty cheap for 75, then hammer 35 and pin and striker and free shipping.

I'll use lighter spring

Author:  ratchetman [ Thu Oct 29, 2020 2:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

I believe the Marauder sears were a problem, they were revised with a revised part number.

Author:  Canadianguy [ Fri Oct 30, 2020 6:41 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

I just put a order through for the grip frame trigger group, hammer and 2 pins, should be about 2 or 3 weeks.

I had a question of what is the difference in size comparing the Prod and 2240 hammer pins?

I hope the grip frame has the overtravel adjustment in it, I seen some that didin't..

Hopefully it's all a drop in to :D

Author:  ratchetman [ Sat Oct 31, 2020 9:48 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

Canadianguy wrote:
I had a question of what is the difference in size comparing the Prod and 2240 hammer pins?


A 22xx uses the same hammer pin as a Challenger and Discovery, the Prod doesn't as it's taller using a multi-shot breech. The Disco/Prod hammer can be used in a 22xx with a 2 stage trigger group.

Ken

Author:  Canadianguy [ Sat Oct 31, 2020 10:09 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Crosman silhouette group set, Frame?

Canadianguy wrote:
I just put a order through for the grip frame trigger group, hammer and 2 pins, should be about 2 or 3 weeks.

I had a question of what is the difference in size comparing the Crosman silhouette and 2240 hammer pins?

I hope the grip frame has the overtravel adjustment in it, I seen some that didin't..

Hopefully it's all a drop in to :D


I think I figured it out now...sorry for the confusion. why not sell the hammer with all the pins that go with it, instead of making things harder to find lol

I should have said the Crosman silhouette Pistol....my bad! I thought the Acetal pin was the hammer pin but that's for tightning the striker? I have to add that to the list. Looks to be the same as the 2240 hammer pin just different number

Crosman Silhouette grip frame trigger group - 2220-103
Hammer - CH2009A009
Striker - 1763A036
Hammer pin - 1700 - 015
Acetal Pin - CH2009-023

Author:  rsterne [ Sat Oct 31, 2020 11:12 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

90% of MRod sears breaking were because the shooter removed the trigger group and then replaced it and tightened the mounting screws without pulling the trigger back to release the sear.... The sear gets tightened against the hammer, and breaks while you are tightening the screws.... My guess is that the other 10% get cracked because of this and then fail shortly afterwards, with the failure getting blamed on a heavier hammer spring.... :roll:

The PRod sear is free floating, but as with any drop sear style trigger, I would pull the trigger before tightening the mounting screws to make sure it can drop clear of the hammer....

Bob

Author:  Canadianguy [ Sat Oct 31, 2020 11:18 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

rsterne wrote:
90% of MRod sears breaking were because the shooter removed the trigger group and then replaced it and tightened the mounting screws without pulling the trigger back to release the sear.... The sear gets tightened against the hammer, and breaks while you are tightening the screws.... My guess is that the other 10% get cracked because of this and then fail shortly afterwards, with the failure getting blamed on a heavier hammer spring.... :roll:

The PRod sear is free floating, but as with any drop sear style trigger, I would pull the trigger before tightening the mounting screws to make sure it can drop clear of the hammer....

Bob


I remember you saying that before for the Mrod, so do the same with the pistol group?

Thanks everyone!

Author:  rsterne [ Sat Oct 31, 2020 5:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

I would, it can't hurt.... Why take a chance?....

Bob

Author:  Canadianguy [ Sat Oct 31, 2020 6:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

I wonder if i have to cancel and reorder, since i forgot the hammer pin. It's all on backorder so its probably ok. Ill call Monday.

Author:  Canadianguy [ Fri Nov 13, 2020 9:17 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

I got my tracking no.this week from Crosman. I should have the trigger Tuesday, that was fast!

Author:  Canadianguy [ Wed Nov 18, 2020 1:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

The trigger frame came today! looks great, just installing now. That little plastic thing (acetal pin), when I put it in, it's hard to turn the striker?

Suppose to be like that? Figured it out!

I haven't really adjusted yet, is it natural for the first stage to feel loose before you cock it?

Author:  Canadianguy [ Thu Nov 19, 2020 9:32 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Looking for a Prod Trigger group set, Frame?

A couple of things I noticed right off the bat is how nice the finish on this is compared to a 2240, i think it's powder coated and when cocking it, is so smooth, like it's a different gun. I don't think I can do anymore adjusting until i can get a 0.05" hex, already ordered, never realized it was going to be that tiny. Something else I noticed in a post someone drilled a 5/16 hole just beside the safety on the plate side, so you can see the 2 stage adjustment with out having to take the plate right off. Also someone was saying to glue in the 3 pivot pins with crazy glue.

Thanks

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