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    Posted: July-09-2019 at 3:24pm
Hi all,

I have a daisy model 25, I believe 1917 variation 5. I'm trying to reassemble and I'm having a hard time inserting the spring anchor. Seems the spring needs to be compressed prior to spring anchor insertion.

Anyone have a suggestion of how this is done or a disassembly/assembly manual.

Any help is appreciated!
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Scott, copy and past this link in to your browser. Look for replacing the model 25 trigger spring schematic.
https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/grantthekiwisairgunforum/dave-albert-daisy-resource-t3831-s10.html

Written instructions are as follows.  First remove the take down screw and separate (or move) the barrel assembly from the receiver.  This will allow the safety bar lever to lower and rest on the bottom of the frame.  Remove the stock.  Check to make sure the trigger is installed correctly with the sear below the trigger screw, and then using your long needle nose pliers, grasp the long leg of the trigger spring and insert the spring deep into the cavity of the trigger.  The end of the long leg of the spring will rest on the safety bar lever and will hang over the bar about a 1/4" with the short leg pushing upward on the sear.  Now place the barrel section back into the receiver and replace the take down screw, (you can cock it and see if it works ok) now replace the stock.  

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