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Post by Aim4-300 on 12/8/2019, 2:21 pm

Anyone know how to minimize the reset on an aw 93 trigger?

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Post by -TT- on 12/9/2019, 8:21 am

You need to master the interaction of the six adjustment screws. I truly don't recommend messing with it to that level. The AW93 trigger is somewhat innately a "roll" type, which will not be very reliable if you attempt to minimize the reset.

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Post by Aim4-300 on 12/9/2019, 6:10 pm

Thanks for your insight . It seems that I inadvertently stumbled on a very short reset when I first got the gun two years ago I don’t even remember why it was changed ( maybe age related) but I’m finding it impossible to do again 
The relationship between the six screws is mysterious do you back out 20 and 21 before attempting to set trigger do you back out the slack wt. and point wt. screws before starting do you have to set trigger stop each time you make a tiny adjustment to say point screw to see how trigger reacts? To me,These are questions feinwerkbau should have answered in the manual

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Post by -TT- on 12/9/2019, 7:12 pm

So the reset was short but without any changes, it "walked" and is now too long? If so, I'd look for a single screw that has moved. My guess is immediately #26, which requires removing the grip. This one is really sensitive, so be careful.

Here's my take on the screws:

On the moving trigger base:
#20 - first stage length ("slack")
#21 - second stage length ("point")
#22 - stop
#24 - second stage weight ("point weight")

Below the trigger guard:
#25 - first stage weight ("slack weight" - really, the overall weight adjustment)

At the back of the frame:
#26 - sear engagement

The pistol has two sears, one on the trigger bar and another on the hammer. Reset is governed by the forward position of the one on the trigger bar, and the manual says to make this gap "zero". There's a picture of this in the manual on paqe 17. If screw #26 has moved outward, this gap will change and the reset will suffer.

If this isn't it, well, post what's happened, and what you've already tweaked. IMO your main goal should be to get back to where things were. Then, if needed branch out from there...

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Post by -TT- on 12/14/2019, 8:21 am

Aim4-300, any progress or information on what you found?

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Post by Aim4-300 on 12/14/2019, 1:24 pm

I end up with a considerable first stage,about 1lb 10 oz weight then the stop then a tiny little click - can’t hear but can feel -then let off.the reset is not perfect but I’ve once again stumbled into a close enough .i plan on leaving it and adjusting to it. It’s basically a three stage trigger- let off at 2lb 1oz

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Post by -TT- on 12/14/2019, 2:20 pm

So, it's basically a very short second stage? That will probably work, especially if the second stage weight is dialed out to near zero.

I'd definitely suggest keeping the first stage length. It's tempting to take them both down to a minimum, but that doesn't give you much to work with. If either of the two stages is long, that's much better for having enough travel to control the break during firing, as well as giving enough reset travel to not double or anything.

Glad you've worked it out for now anyway!

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