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11-27-2016 03:23 PM
gcrank1
Re: Need help with Beeman RS2 trigger

Did you get it fixed?
FWIW, for those reading this thread who knows when, those Beeman RS 1 and 2's are hard cockers and the point at which you would normally think it should 'catch' it is NOT fully stroked to cocked, it takes a bit more pull for the cocking & locking to take place.
02-21-2016 10:29 PM
wormbobskey
Re: Need help with Beeman RS2 trigger

Go here. GatewayToAirguns.org Lots of guys on there can give you all the help you need.
02-19-2016 07:18 PM
richard p
Need help with Beeman RS2 trigger

I have a RS2 177, bought used at a pawn shop. It doesn't seem to have a lot of wear on it. But, it wont ****. I have it out of the stock and can see that the piece that acts as a sear doesn't have enough force to catch the spring----which is very stout. Does anyone have experience inside these triggers ? Thanks. RP. you can email [email protected]

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