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Old 05-10-2021, 07:55 AM
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Trigger removal from H&R model 12 - 22 rifle



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I have an H&R model 12 - 22 caliber rifle which I want to get the barrelled action refinished and thus I want to take the trigger off of it before shipping it to the rebluer.

It looks like that there is a screw towards the top/back of the receiver that goes down into a little block on top of the trigger housing which must be removed and then there is a cross/pivot pin which goes thru the receiver just behind the area of the bolt release lever.

So my question is is there any possibility of me messing up any internals/settings of the trigger by removing the screw towards the back that holds the trigger housing up on the receiver and by removing the bolt release lever and its spring ?

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Old 05-10-2021, 08:34 PM
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I have an H&R model 12 - 22 caliber rifle which I want to get the barrelled action refinished and thus I want to take the trigger off of it before shipping it to the rebluer.

It looks like that there is a screw towards the top/back of the receiver that goes down into a little block on top of the trigger housing which must be removed and then there is a cross/pivot pin which goes thru the receiver just behind the area of the bolt release lever.

So my question is is there any possibility of me messing up any internals/settings of the trigger by removing the screw towards the back that holds the trigger housing up on the receiver and by removing the bolt release lever and its spring ?

Thanks.
Wpshooter,

Removing the trigger is not complicated. just make sure you remove the front cross pin in the right direction, look real closely and you will see it is splined, drive it out from the opposite side of the spline area.

Removing the bolt release again is not difficult, just be aware that there is a spacer bushing that the screw goes through that holds the lever in place, it can fall out. put the screw back so it won't fall out.

other than that you won't change any adjustments.

Lee
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Old 05-11-2021, 08:50 AM
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Wpshooter,

Removing the trigger is not complicated. just make sure you remove the front cross pin in the right direction, look real closely and you will see it is splined, drive it out from the opposite side of the spline area.

Removing the bolt release again is not difficult, just be aware that there is a spacer bushing that the screw goes through that holds the lever in place, it can fall out. put the screw back so it won't fall out.

other than that you won't change any adjustments.

Lee
I got it all done this morning other than trying to remove the cross pin, am going to save that for maybe tomorrow. Looks like the pin comes out from left to right from back view of gun. I saw the bushing that the bolt release lever goes thru, I left it in for the time being, but note to myself to take it out of trigger housing before I try to take the cross pin out and store all of the parts before shipping barrelled/receiver to have it reblued.

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