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Ziegen
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Precihole SP50

Postby Ziegen » Tue Mar 07, 2017 2:45 pm

Hi All,

I've been following this forum for a few years because of my interest in shooting and archery. This is my first post tho and i'm totally new to owning an AR. I've made a couple of bows and crossbows and am quite used to BB guns. I recently picked up a Precihole SP50 and have put a good 6-700 shots through it. It took a while for me to get used to the heavy trigger in the SP50 and it did take a while for the gun to break in. I understand the concept of a two stage trigger but i still don't see it in my SP50. There is resistance on the trigger and once I'm past that that it fires. Is this normal? or should i get a gunsmith to look at my AR. Plinking is fun and i rarely miss the mark but when I give target paper a go the story is completely different. All over the place would be an understatement and I think it is because of my trigger. Could some of the pistol experts here tell me what to do?

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rchauhanji
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Re: Precihole SP50

Postby rchauhanji » Mon May 15, 2017 6:06 pm

Hi Zeigen,

While I can't answer your question as I am looking to buy an SP50.

Wanted to check with your general experience with the quality, build, reliability etc. before I buy. Appreciate any inputs you can provide.

Thanks in advance.



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Woods
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Re: Precihole SP50

Postby Woods » Tue May 16, 2017 2:07 pm

Though I m no expert but I have been using SP50 pistol for last one year ,I may be able to talk about it .
The trigger is actually adjustable .
See there is a small bold beneath the trigger , loosen a bit and there is one pit for allen key right in the nut itself . Bring the right key of that size and by gently and finely twisting the nut with allen key you will be able to adjust "hard trigger " that is trigger pull weight


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moulindu
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Re: Precihole SP50

Postby moulindu » Tue May 16, 2017 4:05 pm

Ziegen wrote:Hi All,

I've been following this forum for a few years because of my interest in shooting and archery. This is my first post tho and i'm totally new to owning an AR. I've made a couple of bows and crossbows and am quite used to BB guns. I recently picked up a Precihole SP50 and have put a good 6-700 shots through it. It took a while for me to get used to the heavy trigger in the SP50 and it did take a while for the gun to break in. I understand the concept of a two stage trigger but i still don't see it in my SP50. There is resistance on the trigger and once I'm past that that it fires. Is this normal? or should i get a gunsmith to look at my AR. Plinking is fun and i rarely miss the mark but when I give target paper a go the story is completely different. All over the place would be an understatement and I think it is because of my trigger. Could some of the pistol experts here tell me what to do?


Both good rifles & pistols have 2 stage triggers, where one can play with the pull of 1st & 2nd stages alongwith the trigger pull weight. The one most noticeable & difficult mod that one can do to a trigger is giving mirror polish to the sears. Well after playing a lot with both Indian brand & TX200 I can say that the single stage triggers can never replicate the feel of 2 stage triggers (there is a long first stage followed by a short second stage then there is a resistance. Once the resistance is crossed shot is fired). Most of the shooters tend to the hold the trigger right at the resistance, hence there is a less pull length of the trigger resulting is lesser movement of gun/pistol
I would suggest you if you are confident then go ahead, but remember over polishing may damage your trigger & result in autofire, else can take it to a good gunsmith.
Moulindu



narach93
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Re: Precihole SP50

Postby narach93 » Sun Oct 15, 2017 6:57 pm

The Precihole site mentions that the SP50 Pistol has been discontinued ! What's that means ? Have they stopped production or going to replace that fine product by a pcp one ? Is any ifgians has any idea ?



Maroon_d3vil
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Re: Precihole SP50

Postby Maroon_d3vil » Mon Oct 16, 2017 10:14 am

Hello narach93!

Fellow IFGian @kaushiknfs while asking for air pistol suggestion had mentioned that precihole is launching a new pistol
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=25379#p250406

I had bought this pistol back in June. After that they had discontinued it. Excited about their new offering. :) Till then happy plinking!

Regards,
Maroon_d3vil



narach93
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Re: Precihole SP50

Postby narach93 » Mon Oct 16, 2017 11:16 am

Thanks Maroonsaab for your information. I have two of them. But will glad to have the new one. Happy diwali to all IFGians.
Regards




narach93
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Re: Precihole SP50

Postby narach93 » Tue Oct 17, 2017 7:26 pm

Precihole is very prompt for clearing doubts! They have confirmed that a new improved pistol will launch someday in november. But we still have to wait for the super accurate precipell sting pellets.



kaushiknfs
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Re: Precihole SP50

Postby kaushiknfs » Fri Oct 20, 2017 8:53 pm

narach93 wrote:Precihole is very prompt for clearing doubts! They have confirmed that a new improved pistol will launch someday in november. But we still have to wait for the super accurate precipell sting pellets.


Did you check with them over email?



narach93
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Re: Precihole SP50

Postby narach93 » Sat Oct 21, 2017 12:01 am

Yes. They confirmed through mail.




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