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PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 9:04 pm 
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I'll do my best to explain how to remove the trigger springs on the Roebel B6-B6c. I'm not a professional tuner, but I'm a mechanic and I've been tinkering on my air guns for a while, with good results and no injuries yet :mrgreen: . If you find the procedure I perform to be not secure, just don't do it. And I'm open to comments and opinions.

1- To remove the rear most trigger spring, grab it between two coils with needle nose pliers near the rear tab that's holding it. Then compress it forward to clear the rear tab and lift it off.

2- To remove the two other little springs, first un-bend the retaining wire at the rear, but don' remove it yet. Then you have to compress the front spring to relieve the rear one of tension. I use a common C-clamp, I have a 3'' clamp, but I guess a 4'' would be better. With the front spring compressed, you can easily compress by hand the rear spring to remove the retaining wire. Then you can remove the rear most spring, and then the front spring with the pin. Re-assembly is the reverse of removal.

Always be careful, the springs are small but under quite a good tension, so they may fly off easily. Maybe it would be a good idea to wear safety goggles while doing this. Hope this will be helpful to some.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 9:09 pm 
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And then some:


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2015 11:58 pm 
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Thanks airmec!

Since I put a 1/2" faucet washer in to seal the breach my b6c is shooting really hard, but the screwy trigger spring causes the occasional problem.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 02, 2015 5:41 am 
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It's not the best designed trigger imho. And FYI, I tried different springs with no luck, the rifle wouldn't cock anymore. Low end Chinese engineering :cry: .


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