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I'm In Two Minds Weather To Repair Or Replace

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It turned up at 2pm stock off by 2:07 de pelleted by 2:10 test fired at 2:15 kettle on 2:16

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Stuck pellets removed

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And now glued !! Just need a mag or a tray And some form of charging equipment

 

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What would be the closest fit in your opinion thanks phantom

 

That one I really would not like to guess with that one Andy. From what I gather, the Air Cylinder on the 200 is 26mm in diameter which appears to be slightly wider than most?

 

Tony

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Looks like a good job on the repair :yes: certainly looks far better than the original pic of the damage :thumbs:

 

Nice work

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Have you thought about stripping the stock...filling any gaps around the join and refinishing the stock?

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I'm thinking about I no good with wooden things so if you would like to take the time to explain I'd be greatful if like a semi shiny finish that rifle stocks seem to have!

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What wood glue did you use? If you had of used titebond, they do a titebond 2 for dark woods. Another route you could of followed was using Cascamite which is a resin which you could of tinted with brown pigment.

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I used evostick it seems to have moved there's a gap all round although lined up perfect

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I used evostick it seems to have moved there's a gap all round although lined up perfect

 

You should have just used wood glue, it rubs down well, and is stronger than wood its self :thumbs:

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If you want to send the butt parts to me and i will glue it up correctly with proper wood glue.

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It was evo wood glue!! ?? No good? Green plastic bottle brushed it on smelt like pva??

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