It’s important to apply grease where two surfaces contact and especially where they see movement. This helps the gun move with ease and prevents damage to areas which see wear. It is equally important to clean off old grease and reapply fresh grease for each use of the gun. This is good practice as when […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In this video we run through three adjustments you can make to your Krieghoff K-80 or K-20. Locking the Safety, locking the selector position and positioning the trigger blade.Continue Reading... No Comments.
We get asked how to do this very often, so here is a short video showing you how to take the ejectors out and put them back in. Taking your barrels, give the ejectors a firm tap to free them away from the spring and ball pressure. We use the handle of the Krieghoff Stock […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Keeping the Barrels and Choke Tubes clean is an important job. This should ideally be done after each session. We run through some key points and steps to help keep your K-80 in good working order. We cover, cleaning the choke tubes. This involves removing them from the barrels, cleaning the choke threads and the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In this video we go through the steps to remove and refit the front hanger on a K-80. With some simple tools, this job is very easy to do. With just a plastic hammer, a set of 1.4mm & 0.9mm pin punches and a wooden drift, I show you in steps, how to remove the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The K-80 safety slide located on the top strap has a button to prevent it moving accidentally. To move the slide forward, depress the button with the the thumb. To move it back, depress the button again. The selector can be locked “off safe” by means of a locking screw through the side of the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I often hear grumbles regarding my policy of not supplying action parts to other gunsmiths. There is a very simple reason for this and it has little to do with any commercial aspect. Firstly, to fully understand the K-80 mechanism and the relationship and interaction of individual components requires specific training. Without this understanding a […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
Back in 2008 the year of the 10th Krieghoff DTL Championship, we wanted to develop the Friday event. Entries for this had been steadily growing, initially from those wanting some pre-event practice, but it was clear there was demand for something more. We were also mindful that many shooters seldom experience the pressure of a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thursday is a relaxed day, the calm before the storm. Run as a regular 100 target DTL event with no tricks, it is an opportunity to blow some cobwebs out with the added edge of prize money for the competitive. I have to admit to being somewhat grumpy at the beginning of the first day and on the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A release trigger is a trigger that fires when you let it go, not when your pull it. Sounds obvious but scary. Why on earth would anyone want such a thing. The answer is a little more complicated. Many shooters, especially Trap shooters, suffer from a flinch. For more information see my earlier post – Flinching. […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.