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Terrible M41 Trigger

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butcharoot
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Terrible M41 Trigger

#1 Post by butcharoot » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:03 am

My new M41 has a terrible trigger compared to my other Carcano. It is mushy, it doesn't feel like a 2 stage trigger. Any ideas on what to look for? Thanks, Butch

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Re: Terrible M41 Trigger

#2 Post by wjh » Sat Sep 02, 2017 11:47 pm

They are a very simple trigger. Take it apart, clean, lubricate, and look for
rough spots. I'm guessing some rough surfaces.

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Re: Terrible M41 Trigger

#3 Post by Horsefriend » Sun Sep 03, 2017 8:26 pm

When I got mine, the trigger did not move freely, and would not return to rest position. Upon dismantling, I found that it looked as if the original "cosmoline" had never been cleaned from the trigger components, all thouroughly encrusted in orange red gunk. Cleaned it properly and it worked like a charm; my M41 is currently my favorite Carcano
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