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BSA Meteor MK4 .22 UPDATED on 03/03/2011

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I bought a BSA Meteor about a year ago and have only used it a couple of times for plinking. The trigger is really stiff and thats why we havent really used it as i bought it for my son. I have tried adjusting the screw to the point that the spring doesn't lock then adjusted screw back slightly and it's still really stiff. any ideas ?

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hi,

i've managed to get hold of one of these .it just needs a stock screw and a bit of a service.

the serial number is TH02838, can anyone tell me how i can find what mk. it is

 

thanks

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Hi davy, I am doing a refurb on my old bsa meteor at the moment and was wondering what paint you ended up using? was it hammerite spray? And did you put a primer coat on 1st or just sprayed it on the bare metal, any help would be greatly appreciated

 

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That's a very impressive refurb , it's inspired me to drag out my old 80's Norica 2.2 . I chrono'd my rifle and it was hitting 4ft lb so need to research spare parts and get it up to power and then i'll have a go at the stock. Could you tell me what oil you used for your stock ? :thumbs:

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Hi davy, I am doing a refurb on my old bsa meteor at the moment and was wondering what paint you ended up using? was it hammerite spray? And did you put a primer coat on 1st or just sprayed it on the bare metal, any help would be greatly appreciated

 

Atb

 

 

hi Froudy

i used a plastikote primer,and a black satin BBQ plastikote,from wilko's.

but check out your local engineering firms,as a chemical blacking would be much better :thumbs:

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That's a very impressive refurb , it's inspired me to drag out my old 80's Norica 2.2 . I chrono'd my rifle and it was hitting 4ft lb so need to research spare parts and get it up to power and then i'll have a go at the stock. Could you tell me what oil you used for your stock ? :thumbs:

 

 

hi Steve

i used a true oil,gives a good finish,and keeps it looking as it was suppose to do.

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