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#1 anschutz

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 06:06 PM

g'day everyone
i have a anschutz 1400 .22lr. im not sure what exact model it is it has the numbers 651047 on the side, can anyone help here? The reason i am asking is it has a terrible creeping trigger and i want to know if it is a two stage trigger. or if i can be adjusted? its pretty old but it still shoots really good. And is this model anygood besides the trigger problem on mine.

It also has a 10 shot magazine

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 12:26 AM

g'day everyone
i have a anschutz 1400 .22lr. im not sure what exact model it is it has the numbers 651047 on the side, can anyone help here? The reason i am asking is it has a terrible creeping trigger and i want to know if it is a two stage trigger. or if i can be adjusted? its pretty old but it still shoots really good. And is this model anygood besides the trigger problem on mine.

It also has a 10 shot magazine


First a big RFS welcome. I found a picture of your rifle and it looks like a basic Model 64 action...here is the pic I found;

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It should be a serviceable rifle , you may not be able to do a lot about the trigger.

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 12:40 AM

Thanks for the welcome

And yea thats the one, i sanded mine back a few years ago because i didnt like the colour of the stain. And then i just gave it a really good drink of inox and it looks great. Before i sanded mine back at the end of the stock it was painted black with a white strip seperating the wood from the paint, it looked like it was ment to be there thats why i was unsure of the model.

thanks
And i pulled the stock of today and discovered that the trigger had an adjustment to stop the creeping :rolleyes:

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 06:16 AM

And i pulled the stock of today and discovered that the trigger had an adjustment to stop the creeping :rolleyes:


Yes, I have not owned one of these models but being an Anschutz, I would think that your trigger would be adustable for not only take up but weight of pull and overtravel as well.
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