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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-28-2020, 08:46 AM Thread Starter
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After Market GTX Triggers

I think all of us that own Benjamin titan and other models of Benjamin rifles will agree that the triggers are horrible. The question is this how to improve what obviously needs attention.

I have read volumes and watched you tube videos on the subject, and am still confused. I have done the RC bearing fix, not much improvement. Air guns of Arizona has a big speal about the GTX triggers, and how they can be expected to to improve this problem. Charlie someone can't remember his last name ,the supposed inventor of the GTX trigger ,has a web page, that is very confusing to me , he said there is a knock off of his invention available, and not to be fooled, also he warns that his trigger may or may not work on your rifle. if it does not work as advertised do this or do that to fix the problem.

I had on of the GTX triggers from air guns of Arizona in my shopping cart, and went to checkout and they wanted $19.99 to ship, what is up with that?,it only weighs a few ounces, it was removed from the shopping cart.

Now, does anyone here have any first hand experience with the GTX trigger on a Benjamin Titan rifle? where to buy aty a reasonable price and not get ripped for shipping,do they actually do what they are advertised to do?

Long post and somewhat of a rant, but any info. would be appreciated.
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Will this work?

https://www.charliedatuna.com/Place%...20non%20PP.htm

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You just made me look closer at Charlies web page ,I'm not very observant. Apparently what airgunsofarizona is advertising is a copy of his now obsolete GTX trigger ,and he has now improved on the trigger and calls it GRT III. If you read everything he claim"s ,one still may have to make modifications to his trigger to make it work on a Titan. It seems that one would have to get the trigger and take a chance that it would work, I have wasted that much money on other stuff I didn't need, so I just might try one of Charlie's inventions.

Thanks for making me take a closer look.
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Ordered Charlie's trigger,installed it today,nice,well worth the money,$33.00 shipped. Ten min. installation,and about ten more to get the adjustments where I was satisfied.

I'm now happy with the Benjamin Titan NP.
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That is great.Did it lower the weight of pull?

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That is great.Did it lower the weight of pull?

Yes, don't touch the trigger till your ready for the rifle to fire, outstanding!. If you have a Benjamin Titan NP or similar rifle you will be happy with one of these triggers.
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