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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2015 9:10 am 
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Hi: I am looking for a instrucional video,regarding the disassembly of the Phantom trigger. I have seen many videos of the trigger blade removal for removing first stage spring and adding bearings and washers,longer adjusting screw,etc,but never the whole trigger assembly apart in pieces.
I have a brand new Phantom that I plan on going over,including the trigger,deburring etc,lubing.
Not sure if it's worth it to get into the internals of this trigger ,or just leave it alone?!...anyone have a link for the whole disassembly?....I did a search,but nothing for that item. Thanks,Huck

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2015 11:27 am 
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http://my.tbaytel.net/coopers/QuestPhantom/review.html
http://my.tbaytel.net/coopers/QuestPhantom/Gamo.jpg

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2015 12:19 pm 
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under500fps wrote:
http://my.tbaytel.net/coopers/QuestPhantom/review.html
http://my.tbaytel.net/coopers/QuestPhantom/Gamo.jpg

Thanks,but I have both of those you linked,but they show me nothing. I am looking for maybe a You Tube vid of someone taking the trigger apart to pieces. Thanks,Huck

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Sorry but it is not in english . :(
Gamo Hunter 440 is about the same if not the same .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6I2H6aG_aqE

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under500fps wrote:
Sorry but it is not in english . :(
Gamo Hunter 440 is about the same if not the same .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6I2H6aG_aqE

Thanks...that was what I was looking for,(a video). I don't think I want to tackle that after watching..too many springs...maybe I can find something in English.Thanks,Huck

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2015 9:55 pm 
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I have some pix but no vid. Plus I have a trigger apart so I could always take pix of anything you needed. I would just take it out of the gun, play with it until you understand how it works, then take it apart slowly. Any trouble you have putting it back together I can take pix of w/ explanation. I also have info on modding it, better than the washer/bearing mod if you're interested. Better than the gold triggers too. Or if you do the bearing mod I have some other mods to do as well to make it a little better.


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Chevota wrote:
I have some pix but no vid. Plus I have a trigger apart so I could always take pix of anything you needed. I would just take it out of the gun, play with it until you understand how it works, then take it apart slowly. Any trouble you have putting it back together I can take pix of w/ explanation. I also have info on modding it, better than the washer/bearing mod if you're interested. Better than the gold triggers too. Or if you do the bearing mod I have some other mods to do as well to make it a little better.

Thanks! I have that info already from you. Maybe I will tackle it soon on my new (never shot) Phantom.Huck

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I thought so but I space on names. Those pix in the guide aren't much help, but if you do run across a good video maybe I can just pass out the link because a lot of people ask the same.
And remember the two different Phantoms, the one with an A has a similar trigger but instructions for one will do you no good for the other. Then there's the older version where the trigger blade was made of sheet metal and is virtually the same except for the cheezy blade.


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Chevota wrote:
I thought so but I space on names. Those pix in the guide aren't much help, but if you do run across a good video maybe I can just pass out the link because a lot of people ask the same.
And remember the two different Phantoms, the one with an A has a similar trigger but instructions for one will do you no good for the other. Then there's the older version where the trigger blade was made of sheet metal and is virtually the same except for the cheezy blade.


Someone here gave me a video link,but it is not in English. Huck

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