Walther Parrus

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    northlander30
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    Hey everyone, I just purchased the wood stock version of the Walther Parrus in .22. I am a little miffed that the Walther guns have a plastic trigger. Even the higher end LGV and LGU I was told have a plastic trigger. Does anyone know if there is an after market metal trigger available for these guns? Mind you the plastic trigger will likely be fine, I just don't understand why rifles in this price point would have one.

     

    Ian Campbell

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    DirtyDovi
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    Ian,  

    I couldn't sleep, so figured I'd try to see what I could find for an aftermarket / upgraded trigger option.. 
    No luck though, so unfortunately, I think you're stuck with the OEM plastic one.  And you're not the only one.. 
    There's a really nice wright-up on the H.A.M. site about your gun, and under the trigger section , the same thing was mentioned.  

    https://hardairmagazine.com/reviews/walther-parrus-air-rifle-test-review-22-caliber/ 

    Years ago,  I had a really nice crossbow pistol, and the maker went with a composite trigger.. 
    Well, using it in freezing temps, I managed to snap it..  Luckily,  I had all of the pieces..  

    I removed everything, super-glued the trigger back together,  then used it to blueprint another.. 
    Then proceeded to fab a new one out of metal.  It is not hard to do – just a bit time consuming.  But a fun little project. 
    All can be done using scrap metal or metal [plate steel] sold locally..  

    Trace the trigger onto some paper – make sure it's exact:  All done w/ basic hand-tools too:  cut that out, 
    transfer it to metal – mark/scribe it, cut it out, drill it out – if needed,  then grind, shape, sand, paint/polish..  

    Over the years,  I did a few more – simply because I didn't like certain triggers, and wanted to make some custom ones.. 

    Just an option if you feel like doing a bit of tinkering..  

    🙂 

    Sam –

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    gonzav71
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    If you take apart the Parrus, does the trigger look like this? Or close to it?

    https://www.krale.shop/en/trigger-walther-lgv.html

    http://rowanengineering.com/products22.htm#adjtrigger

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    northlander30
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    Thanks for the replies guys, I haven't actually gotten the gun yet, But I have been doing some heavy reading and watching videos as I always do before, waiting to receive and after being received any gun I have ever bought. Dirty Dovi, it is already in the back of my mind about replicating a trigger blade for this gun. I am pretty sure the trigger blade that comes stock looks to be screwed to the body of the trigger mech inside. At least that's what it looks like as there is a screw at the top of the trigger blade. The adjustment for pull weight and travel is behind the trigger.I have a small piece of flat aluminum stock that would be perfect for this and it will be easier to work with.

     

    Gonzav71 if IT DOES look like the trigger assembly shown, I will go that route and just replace it . I have ordered from them before for Wiehrauch HW97k parts.

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