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When I received my new to me and used to others, I noticed the trigger pull was excessive. Since it was advertised to have a crisp trigger pull I was disappointed at my 6-7# pull. I sent it in to have the ejectors replaced and annual performed and requested the trigger pull adjusted. When I got it back the trigger pull was the same as when I sent it. Has anyone else had this experience?
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I new it was something like that. I found mine to be fine and wouldn't touch it.
But here is how to do it if you ever need too.
Depending on the size of the hands, or the
shooter’s preferences, the F16 Sporting’s trigger
can be adjusted to the rear or to the front.
> Loosen the trigger holding screw A using
> 1.5 mm Allen key.
> Slide the trigger to the desired position (arrow).
> Tighten up the trigger holding screw A using
> 1.5 mm Allen key
Measure it, when it’s on the deck