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Re: Hunter One Trigger problem
The one that I have seen that causes most problems is the side plate connecting screw. Sometimes 1/4 turn will be too much. That screw should be flush on the thread side (right) with the lock plate. If it is sticking out just a bit, back it off 1/2 turn and see if the trigger is then working.
If the gun was taken apart, I have seen the top tang to trigger plate screw too tight also. That screw from the factory was "timed" to the gun meaning the slot was parallel to the barrels. Plus this screw has a tapered head to match the top tang.
If still having problems the best person for the job is Jerry Andrews.