I found the knurled little knob can be turned to make it more flush with the stock.
I have just tries that Antony and my knurled knob is as tight as it will go. Appreciate your reply though.
Will it turn the other wa to sot flush? If yes and it is too loose, take off the stock and a tiny dab of thread sealer on the thread will secure it.
Hi, I’ve asked a gunsmith for his thoughts...it’s a bit difficult without the gun to hand but he says he thinks if you remove the top cheek piece there should be a grub screw that you can adjust to add more pre-load. Also if you haven’t already, might be worth joining Andy’s Airgun Review Group on Facebook, the often have helpful comments & suggestions. Kind regards, Andy.
Thanks Andy, I have seen YouTube videos about trigger adjustment where the safety catch is mentioned but not enlarged upon, as I am quite happy with the trigger and not that technically competent I didn’t want to mess with it. Michael
Hi, in what way do you mean sensitive? Does it get knocked on easily or does the gun fire when engaged? Kind regards, Andy.
Sorry not enough room to post a full description, brushing against clothing moves it to the fire position, quite dangerous. This has happened a few times when carrying around the farm.
Thanks for that Antony, I will try it.