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PostPosted: Mon Dec 16, 2019 10:36 pm 

Joined: Wed Jul 24, 2019 9:01 pm
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Hi all. I want to improve the trigger pull on my Remington 725 VTR, which is a Benjamin in disguise, and am most interested in the two low cost mods, the rc bearing and the longer adjustment screw. Hard to tell what the results feel like watching videos so I was wondering if any of you have done either of the mods and what the results were like. Thanks.

PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2019 4:05 pm 

Joined: Sat Jan 25, 2014 9:16 pm
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Location: United States
The longer adj screw is only better than nothing and really only for people unwilling to take anything apart.
The washer/bearing mod is way better, but can be iffy. It is also not really adjustable so if it's too iffy or still too long, you have to take the trigger apart again to adjust it. Even then it's still not particularly safe. If it were a firearm trigger it would certainly be considered unsafe.
The best fix is the GRT trig (expensive) or doing that same mod yourself, which is what I do. I also do some other mods in there so I think mine is better, but those are the two options I suggest. chevota at hotmail if you want the how-to on mine.
I also suggest you buy this main seal:
It isn't for that gun but it works great. The oem seal you have is just awful, so this new seal will likely net ~10% more power and smoother shot cycle. I don't know who makes that seal but if you look around and it says it's for the Hatsan 125 and is red, it's the same seal. Like this guy had it, and is prolly the mfg:

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