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Old 01-16-2006, 08:06 AM
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Screws are numbered from front to rear of the trigger.

73. Suhl 150 trigger
trigger mechanism picture 9

We try to translate it in English (after this text following). Maybe it
is o.k.
We are able to deliver some spare parts of the model 150 Standard, e.g.
a complete trigger mechanism.
Regards
WTS Gerdie

Screw 1:
adjustment of the way of the let-off point.
(Convenient adjusted from the manufacturer)

Screw 2
by turning to the left decreasing of the trigger weight,
by turning to the right increasing of the trigger weight
(adjustment range/sector 200p = 200g = 3086 grains to 600 p = 600g =
9259 grains)

Screw 3
adjustment (horizontal) of the trigger leaf

Screw 4
by turning to the left increasing of first stage weight,
by turning to the right decreasing of the first stage weight

Screw 5
by turning to the left increasing/ extension of trigger slack,
by turning to the right decreasing/ shortening of trigger slack

(below the picture 9)
the trigger mechanism is also adjustable as a single stage trigger
(without trigger slack) by repeated turning to the right of screw 5 to a
marked stop.
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Old 01-16-2006, 08:42 AM
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Do I understand your post that you have trigger parts and triggers ?? If so please send me a PM of the details, price, etc.

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Old 01-16-2006, 11:30 AM
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Fritz,
Do you have a part that is broken in your trigger? IF screw 4 is turned in to far it will snap a piece off. Several people have done this including me. A man from Arizona sent me a picture and instructions on how to fix it. If you do not have this problem, disreguard this. Gene
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Nothing broken at this time but I trying to get a trigger or parts just in case.
As you well know Shul parts are getting harder to get each day.
Thanks
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Suhl Trigger Screws picture

Here's the picture that goes with Don's instructions:



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Old 01-20-2006, 08:36 PM
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Ref the Picture posted by Mistermike
I need a Number 2 Screw, it is missing in one of my Suhls. Trigger pull is 1oz.
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Ref the Picture posted by Mistermike
I need a Number 2 Screw, it is missing in one of my Suhls. Trigger pull is 1oz.
Fritz
Fritz,
Wish I could help you, but I can't.
Sorry,
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Old 01-21-2006, 09:39 AM
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Fritz, The screw that is missing is nothing to worry about. Guys take them out and never put them back. They say it makes the trigger pull lighter. Both Suhls Ive owned have had those taken out. Gene
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Yes I have heard that before, but at 1oz it so light. I would like to make it about 1.5 to 2oz All my other rifles are about 2oz.
TKS for reply
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Suhl Trigger Repair.....

Suhl triggers often break and can be fixed with parts (screws) from ACE Hardware....Gary





This is an intresting trigger blade fix. The previous owner (in Germany) simply drilled and brazed in a 1/8" steel rod. It works great and gives great feel.



Walther trigger blade on Suhl...



Factory Suhl test target. (note they used Eley Tenex ammo in GDR)

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Gary,
Good info and pics --- thanks

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So turning screw 5 to the right (clockwise) will remove the very distracting prefiring slack. Am I on the correct track??
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So my screw #2 is removed. How do I make the trigger pull lighter, yet(more lighter?)? I have read all the stickeys and still dont know.
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So my screw #2 is removed. How do I make the trigger pull lighter, yet(more lighter?)? I have read all the stickeys and still dont know.
langenc - What is the current weight of the trigger pull? What is the ideal you are trying to reach?

Try working with the #4 and #5 screws to get to where you want the trigger to be. Although the instructions state that Screw 4 is for adjusting the First Stage, I don't think that the Suhl trigger is a 2-stage trigger.

Here's a quote from another shooter from the information about the Suhl that I've been compiling:

"Well I thought I had the trigger fixed. I didn't. But I do now. It seems that screw #5 was where the problem was at. I put screw #4 back where it was at, and screwed screw #5 counterclockwise about 1/8 of a turn. Turning this screw to the left increases the trigger slack. Screw 4 adjust the trigger lock time. But I found screw 5 to be where my problem was. I had it backed out about a 1/4 turn, and now have it backed out to 1/8 a turn. I can slam the bolt shut and it still doesn't go off. I think the trigger is back to about where it was when I originally bought the gun"
Hope this helps. If you send me your email address via PM, I'll forward you a zipped file of the Suhl info I've compiled.

Another great source of information is the Benchrest Central Rimfire Forum. Do a search on this forum and if you don't find the info you need, post a question on the forum
Best
Michael

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