Discussion in 'Anschutz' started by hmangphilly, Nov 10, 2018.
Who sells them ?
Any one know ?
Shaun at ISP?
Shaun buys his through RUAG, who are the Anschutz distributor in the UK.
They are blimmin pricey.
I remember them being something like £400 when I flirted with the idea of getting a Ripper and having an Anschutz trigger fitted.
Sounds about right for a new one, a little less within the trade.
A friend spend over half that for a NOS trigger and then found the conversion to put a Schutz trigger in an AR5s is so difficult that it is just not worth the cost.
If you buy a complete spare kit for the Anschutz 8002, 9003 and 9015 on e*un.de from Anschutz sales , there is also the complete 4k trigger unit inside.
Next to a new regulator, valve, valve block, all o-rings, hammer , valve spring, hammer spring block , stabilaser stuff, screws, etc
They are 350€
Got a link or part no rob?
Not sure if i’m allowed to post links to an auction site, but if you visit e*un.de and search for 9015 you will see what I mean, they are always listed by Anschutz.
It’s also in the Anschutz catalogue and online
J.G. ANSCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG - Spare part kits
As said, on e*un.de a lot cheaper.
Think this is the air rifle one anschutz 9015 trigger - Google Search for a 9015.
Shaun fits a rim fire unit like this anschutz 5019 trigger - Google Search it's fitting and how it works is very simple. The black sticky uppy thing is the safety catch which I have removed on mine. Trigger is the one fitted to the Anschutz match rim fire rifles is amazing.
Got mine from the shop at Bisley. Cost something like £350 bit less from memory. Is amazing.
Which one have you got mr monkey ?
The 9015 type or the rim fire type ?
I'm searching for a schematic or ghost drawing of the rim fire type
I've prob got one attached to my mk111
But can't remember where it is .
Interested in how the sear is made to engage with the hammer .
just Had allsorts of nonsense with a gun that had a bullet gun type trigger
I was looking at the anni trigger on one of the airstreams I've got here yesterday actually.
There is no obviously visible part no on it.but it looks very like the 5018 trigger mech.
Which is, i believe the same as fitted to the 2002 air rifles?
I think that's right as the fixing holes on the trigger block don't line up with anything on the 2002 body. Instead there are two allen screws that are fixed into the action, these have large washers that are used to hold the trigger block in place.
you can slide it up and down on mine and alter the stroke
is it this one ?
Yep, that's what I have on my ISP's from about 4 or 5 years ago. Think it's the 5018 as Tilly says but may have changed over time. This is the manual, the file name suggests it's used on a 8002, 9003 and 2014?
different trigger Monty me old Monty .
Thats the proper airgun one in the manual
5065 or early version
like this or similar
J.G. ANSCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG - Triggers
8002 9003 have a different trigger to 2002. 2002 has similiar to the one pictured above and bolts in from below as Neil says.
8002 (onwards) is like the one below, and bolts onto a mounting plate from the side
View attachment 38539
Also shows 2002 trigger with mounting bolts
From what I have been told the 5018 trigger cassette is a code that refers to maximum and minimum trigger weight achievable with said unit. So if the numbers were different the spec would be. But apart from finding a brochure picture of identical looking cassettes a couple of years back with loads of cassettes but all bearing different four no. Identifiers I really have no clue.
It works very simply on my Mkllls in that the bolt pulls the hammer back a notch on the hammer engages and cocks the sear and the sear then retains the hammer until the trigger let's it go. Trigger unit position can be slightly adjusted to reduce or increase hammer throw.
Could you take me a snap next time you have it apart please Mr monkey
This is the trigger in my isp number 6