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  1. Cant seem to work out how to send those pictures via inbox ATB Ian
  2. Got a Bsa Ultra SE multishot in brand new condition if your interested??
  3. Thinking of selling my. 22 bsa ultra se if that's the route you choose. Got it new in March just don't like the low shot count as has been mentioned. Feel free to message if your interested. Iv never owned the brocock so can't compare the two but the ultra is is very light, accurate and quiet.
  4. It's a .22 I'm afraid, il keep an eye out though for a .177, if you have facebook their are quite a few air rifle selling sites, may be worth looking as they are quite busy? Atb Ian
  5. I am selling my HW97k if thats any help? Wooden version. After 300and it comes with a 4-12x50 AO IR scope, bag and pellets. Immaculate condition. Atb Ian
  6. 04 Peugeot 206 1.4 ltr 5 door, not bad as it's my first car and I'm 19, means I can drive to my permission whenever I want! Atb Ian
  7. Gun cabinet sold to Chris, still have the guns for sale but am also selling a mint con hw97k in .22 with Nikko sterling 4-12x50 AO IR scope and bag, after 300 ono
  8. I am in Northamptonshire and have replied to the inbox mate Atb Ian
  9. For Sale is a .22 AA S410F, This is in immaculate condition and comes with a hawke 4-12x50 IR Scope, it also comes with a bipod, padded gunbad and pump (with fittings) I am after £500 for this I also have a old relum tornado for sale, I have no idea how this shoots as I only fired it when I brought it, this is in .22 and will come with a gunslip that it came with, I am after £50 for this I am also selling a .22 Crossman 2240 air pistol and want £50 for this Finally I am selling a gun cabinet which holds up to 5 guns and is "crossbar proof" and meets requirements for FAC I would like £65 for this. Will send pictures by email as they are too big to upload apparently. atb Ian
  10. I was wondering how much the V-Mach kits differ from the standard parts I.E. tolerances and materials used. atb Ian
  11. Hello all, Il start by saying that I have just started a project and would like some opinions. I have owned a Hw97k for a while now but over the last few months I have not been using it as I brought an AAS410F. I decided I could use the 97K as a project to see just how little recoil and noise can be achieved from a springer. Tonight after I finished work I got home and had nothing to do, so the project began! I started off by stripping down the Hw97k, as you do. I then proceeded to clean all of the lube off of the internal parts. I would like to add at this point that my 97K did have the back block glued to the cylinder. However it still came off after a few swift hits onto an old spanner I had lying around which matched the size of where the trigger was ( close enough!) I then measured all of the parts and this was what I recorded (results are in metric and results may be + - up to 0.02): Piston Outside diameter 25.57 Inside diameter 22.00 Width of the pistons shaft which moves into the trigger mechanism 9. Length of piston 140.56 Length with the shaft included 169.65 (approximately?) Thickness 1.68 Slot diameter 5.30 Depth inside piston 124.74 Piston seal outside diameter 26.08 Length 10.32 Factory fitted washer 1.06 Rubber O'ring which appears to hold the washer in place 1.48 Spring Wire diameter 3.07 (average) Length 230.86 (was hard to accurately measure) Internal diameter 14.04 down to 13.91 Outside diameter 20.21 down to 20.07 Spring Guide Washer on spring guide outside diameter 29.81 Washer on spring guide inside diameter 13.98 Thickness 3.01 Guide length 99.99 outside diameter 13.74- 13.54 Inside diameter 10.01- 10.05 Thickness 1.75 ( measured from the top of the spring guide) Compression tube Outer diameter 29.72 Internal diameter 25.98 Thickness 1.96 (measured from the back of the compression tube) Length 154.27 Internal length 143.99 Diameter at the end of the tube where the seal sits 11.98 Trigger block Internal diameter for the piston to slide into 10.02 Length from front of back block to touching the main sear where the piston would engage 22.98 Now I am wondering what the next step could be? I have a old Rekord trigger unit which was made in 1981 which is a lot smoother than the newer one so I am going to be using that instead. I have taken apart the older Rekord Unit and made sure everything is okay inside and gave it a quick polish and put it back together. I have also polished to piston tonight and gave the cocking slot a smoothen. I am asking what you guys would recommend A) manufacture new parts so that they sit tighter together inside ( still allowing smooth movement) and making as little movement as possible sideways. Or Use the standard factory parts and alter a few things I.E place a sleeve inside the piston and button the piston + comp tube. I would also like to hear from anyone who has used graphite as a lube inside their airguns as I am toying with the idea. Any opinions very welcome Ian.
  12. I have a whisper mod on my S410 and I am happy with it. Atb Ian
  13. I was wondering if anyone knows of anywhere that has a bsa meteor mk1 for sale? Preferably in bad condition as I would like one to restore. Or know of any places may be likely to source some of the older air rifles. Atb Ian
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