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Posted by ed willson (71.210.30.28) on March 29, 2007 at 21:15:05:

In Reply to: Re: proper method for adjusting a two stage trigger posted by Mark B. on March 29, 2007 at 17:26:25:

Thanks for the reply. I did end up getting it the way I wanted. It took about 8 hours of trial and error, then by luck I found a photo of the mechanism and it was easy after that. Your post does help though. I just bought an IZH-46M, and am new to the style. Quite fun so far. I was surprised how accurate it is. I'm getting 1" groups at 10m. I don't know how good that is, but having it a week, and shooting in a foreign stance, I'm happy:)


Additional Question:
I read that in 10m men's slow fire you shoot 60 shots in 1 hour 45. The target has only one competition shot per target...so how long do you have to make a shot, considering the time it takes to change targets?



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