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Is it the one off that link..? I got one and in my hw97k i put it in but the spring wouldnt fit aswell.. hope it goes in the 95 .havent even fired the 97 yet and ive had it 2 weeks :/ hope it isnt twangy. 95 deffo is so the piston sleeve will be better in the 95 anyway.

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Tried to fit the sleeve and its to thick to fit in the piston between the spring and piston wall .as i had to cut it to make a tube to fit i cannot return it never mind . Old lemonade bottle did the job . Not as much twang and with a clean an light grease less recoil .. Wasted a few quid but lesson learnt and i can strip clean and relube in less than an hour .

Darren

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Well shot a few pellets in the garden tonight .. Iv seen the pellet on turret test so i tried it pellet moved but never fell off . This little gun is gonna get quite a bit of use when zeroed .. Aa 410 is gonna be lonely for a while .

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well just stripped the 95 down and re lubed. there was a big washer floating about inside her for no apparent reason, causing a realy bad grinding 2/3rds of the way into the cocking stroke just before the sears engaged. its gone now tho and she seems really smooth.. it didnt do that for the first 80-90 pellets but after that it kept getting worse everytime i cocked her. so after about 200 pellets in total, i thought it was time to strip her.

 

all seems well now, didnt even try fit the piston sleeve, the spring was a nice snug fit into the piston, and the piston seal was perfect and a great fit into the action, so i dont know why she was twangy??. so she feels smooth to cock now, still havent fired her, or the 97 yet so i dont know how my lubing skills will fare, but i dont think i have used too much. hopefully... lol

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