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Daisy powerline 1000S

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Just bought a Daisy Powerline 1000S, the trigger pull is extremly hard. This causes poor grouping as pulling off target is unavoidable.

My question, does the trigger pull get lighter with use or is this just the way it is with Powerline 1000S. Also is there an adjustment anyone might know of to lighten the trigger pull? Any help is appreciated. sniper.gif

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Guest Owen

I had the 1000S, and the trigger is supposed to be adjustable. I found the adjustment screw too short to be able to affect the adjustment. I measured the trigger pull and found it to be 9+lbs. The way I solved the problem was selling the rifle and purchasing another brand. I know this isn't what you want to hear, but I couldn't find an aftermarket trigger for it, and daisy was no help

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after considerable work on a Daisy/Winchester 1000x (really a turkish Hatsan rifle) I was able to get the pull down to 7 lbs. It's a horrible design and I could not in good conscience ever recommend one to anyone. RB

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Yea I returned that "POS" back to wal-mart and got a Beeman GH950 from pyramidair.com The new problem i have now is that this gh950 is random in its shots Ill land 3 pellets Nearly in the same hole at 30 yards but then it shoots one left one right one up and one down and everywhere else cleaned the gun got 3 shots and missed every other time

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