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As a lefty shooter who is right handed, I always got a lefty stock and righty action. One day a fine old full lefty MarkI came up for sale and I wondered if I could load it. I turned my righty guns upside down to put the port on the left. It was easy and I now cock this lefty gun(yes I bought it) ri...
The bolts should have an o-ring around them. There will be a groove below the bottom of the adjustable tension nuts. The o-ring is a #008 just the same as the breech seals. You might want to nip the nuts up just a little, so the action slides when the gun is pointed up at about 45 degrees. Just slid...
- Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:53 pm
- Forum: Spring guns and tuning
- Topic: Converting a Tx200HC to rifle
- Replies: 1
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The barrel is loctited as well. You might find someone with the rifle version that's willing to swap. The barrel and cocking arm change isn't that hard, but it will be a little costly.
All that comes to mind is the latch rod not centered or the profile on the tip is off a bit. Really only guessing, but if you know someone with a lathe, they could spin the piston and check if the rod tip is off centered.
Hey Freddie, can you do that with the guts in or does the piston spring etc have to come out? The guts need to come out for a proper barrel fitting. You can just snug up the 17 mm nut with the gun cocked and some sort of wrench/socket set up. Much easier and safer to just drop the innards and use a...