FS: Adjustable 2-Stage Replacement Trigger for Crosman 1077 and Benjamin Wildfire
What it is...
A pre-assembled, drop-in replacement for the Crosman trigger assembly with included Allen key for easy adjustment, even in the fully assembled rifle.
How it works...
The stock 1077 double-action trigger is notoriously difficult to shoot with comfort and accuracy, due both to its weight (upwards of 7lb break) and long creep (~1/4"), making operation both heavy and unpredictable. See red curve...
The replacement trigger enables user adjustment of the length of the 2nd Stage with a useful reduction in pull weight (about 1lb) and a dramatic reduction in length of creep. See blue curve...
How it Installs...
Note: Before attempting to disassemble either 1077 or WildFire, BE SURE TO COMPLETELY DEPRESSURIZE THE RESERVOIR! See Owner's manual for safe method(s).
How it Adjusts...
The point of view shown is from the bottom of the stock, looking into the magazine well with the magazine removed.
Price: $30+ $6.65 shipping (Priority Mail) = $36.65
Payment: PayPal (I pay the fee)
Contact and PayPal email: email@example.com
Note: If multiple kits are ordered to the same address, all can share the same flat-rate box.
US orders only, please.
Other varieties of kits are also available...
Stormrider, Varmint, etc. SuperSear: https://airgunwarriors.com/yellow-airgun-classifieds/fs-2-stage-supersear-for-airmax-plinkster-varmint-cp-1m-diana-stormrider-etc-2/#post-5324
tflats99 Posted : June 1, 2018 17:31
Bought an Adjustable 2-Stage Replacement Trigger for Crosman 1077 and Benjamin Wildfire
This is a nice little mod. It took a noticeable amount of weight off the trigger pull, and dramatically decreased the creep, which I think is the biggest factor for folks having issues with bad groups. I can shoot 1/2 in groups at 20 yards pretty consistently. IMO, that's all you can ask for in a $150 PCP.
Thanks for the quick shipping and excellent communication!
The trigger is plug-and-play, but you might consider this mod to the hammer spring.
But whatever you do, don't forget to depressurize before disassembling the gun!