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  1. Mice!


    So as I said my new gun broke shortly after I got it, the question was strip it and try to fix it myself or I was thinking along the lines of a full tune? Ultra Stu was right with what he said, the bolt that holds the banjo that supports the probe had come loose, this meant I couldn't get the bolt back to get at the bolts to be able to strip the gun? I hadn't asked anything on the Agf because I didn't want the old guy I'd bought the gun off feeling bad, but I did ask because I just couldn't get the bolt open, several different suggestions but nothing worked, and one fella said send it me I'll sort it. The guys name is the Logunator, I asked some questions he said to Google him which I did and plenty of threads followed of happy people who had had there guns serviced by him. He arranged for the rifle to be picked up by courier, £26 for return postage, gun arrived Monday and was in bits that night. I new the gun had been serviced last year, new seals, turns out someone had done a really poor job, the bolt was loose, causing damage. As well as this a washer had been added instead of properly adjusting the power, the hammer/power adjuster was loose meaning the gun would likely have stopped working after a few hundred shots. Added to this the gun has to be stripped in a certain way and this hadn't been done right either meaning other damage had been done to the plastic insert where the magazine sits. If I had managed to strip the gun all I would have done is add some super glue to the loose bolt and put everything back together. Throughout the week I had msgs saying what was going on and what he was finding, as well as sending the R10 I also sent my Axsor, seemed a good idea to save on postage. The R10 cost was £65 & £55 for the Axsor, that's left me very happy, it's not a full JB or ratworks tune but there £200 plus, I might get that done in the future but for now I can use the rifle and see how I get on. I put 50 pellets through her this afternoon and everything felt smooth and nice, I didn't manage to chrono it though, it wasn't having any of it, kept giving me a BAD reading which might mean I need new batteries? Now I need the wind to drop and I can do some pellet testing again, but I might go to an indoor range for a few hours.
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