Hi guys, gave my Son a Gamo Hunter 1250 springer, complaints that the trigger is a bit stiff,..anybody knows of somebody that's selling or making one.
I know that this topic was brought up before , if anybody can assist. Thanks
I am not aware of anyone in your neck of the woods offering such a service but you could try Andre.
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How old is your son , you must bear in mind that the young adapt much faster than us old farts.
If your Gamo has the old style metal bladed trigger , I would suggest leaving well enough alone , as the old style metal trigger does "wear in" after a period of time and can become quite usable , although it will never be even close to a Weihrauch Rekord trigger.
The plastic trigger however is a piece of junk in my opinion.
Using the stock metal bladed trigger will teach your son to develop very good trigger discipline and control and will in the long run make him a better shot , as I said the young are very adaptable , a better trigger can be added later once he learns to shoot.
Just my thoughts on this matter.
Pieter hoe hou daai NS Nighteater scope? Ek't ene opgetel vir 'never to be repeated special' en gedink om dit op my CFX te sit weens die CFX se skandalige oop visier gemors. Hulle kleim die Nighteater is wel springer rated en as daai 1250 dit nog nie kon breek nie dan voel ek beter om dit op die CFX te sit.