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Woolybugger

Encore Schematic

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Hey guys,

Does anyone happen to have a schematic for the TC Encore trigger assembly? I had some corrosion trying to sneak in there so I took it apart and cleaned everything out good. I put everything back together and it just doesn't seem right. There is a torsion spring that doesn't seem to be doing anything. I checked the manual and there are no good drawings and it says I shouldn't have taken it apart, only send it to the factory, yeah right, too late now.

Help!

Wooly

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Try doing a google search for bellmtcs - the first result should take you to that website and about middle of the page on the left side is a free download "Encore Trigger Job Instructions Free Download". This is step by step instructions for doing your own trigger job with pics for every step. I'm not sure I'd have the confidence to do a trigger job myself but it should show you how to put the thing back together.

Hope this helps!

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Thanks Matt,

I actually found that website the other day and had to trick the internet natzi's at work to download it for me. The instructions were pretty good and I put it back together, no problem. I test fired it with the firing pin out several times and everything seems to work like a charm. Don't fear the trigger assy. I will see how it works with a load in it tonight. If it blows up in my face, maybe it was harder to get right than I thought...

Wooly

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Dunno that a trigger malfunction will cause it to blow up on you, but might want to be extra careful with handling it until you are sure it's safe (relatively speaking, that is).

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I shot the gun Friday and Saturday, putting 24 rounds through it and it worked perfectly. If anyone falls into the same trap that I did I recommend the instructions mentioned above.

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