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Old 11-24-2010, 08:24 PM
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Ural 6-1 Trigger Adjustment Help



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I have found a manual of the Ural 6-1 on the internet, but it is in Russian. Does anyone know how to adjust the 3 screws on the bottom of the trigger. My 6-1 sometimes uncocks if I cycle the bolt too fast.

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I think your in-luck with an English version.
The trigger is very close to the current Biathlon rifles made now.
I am kind of surprised the Ural has the same trigger mechanic's or I should say the Biathlon rifles have the same basic trigger design.

Ural 6-2 trigger picture.


Here is a picture of the Biathlon trigger.


Look on page 15.
http://eaacorp.com/Manuals/biathlon.pdf

To me it looks like #3 is the trigger over-travel adjustment.
And #4 is to adjust on the second stage travel and #8 would also affect the second stage of the trigger.
This is referring to the Biathlon trigger picture.

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Old 11-25-2010, 06:40 AM
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Thanks Swiss!!
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Ural 6-2 ... Biathlon Trigger

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The trigger is very close to the current Biathlon rifles made now.
Ural 6-2 trigger picture.... Here is a picture of the Biathlon trigger.
When I first saw the Ural instructions in Russian ... I had a feeling, I'd seen something like this before.
Thanks for confirming what I was thinking ... great comparison - Swiss.
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My Ural 6-1 has 3 locking lugs, 1 is the bolt handle itself and the other 2 are on the same rotating collar ar the bolt handle, all 3 are about 120 apart. I have seen some of the posted photos of some Vostok bolts that have 3 lugs about 1" forward of the bolt handle with the handle making a 4th lug. My bolt is just like the one on page 12 of that Russian manual. One of the 2 lugs is pictured, just to the left of the cocking piece, in the upper left pic. All 3 lugs are shown in the small pic right of the bolt and above the pic fo the extractor hooks.That pic of the 3 lugs is drawn from the front, showing the 2 extractors and firing pin. The lug at 10 o'clock is the bolt handle, shown in the upward/cock postion, the lugs at 2 and 6 o'clock are the remaining 2 lugs on the same collar as the bolt handle. The small protrusion below the 6 o'clock lug is the bottom tip of the cocking piece.

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