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Plenty of air , place pellets in as far as poss ! It’s as if something is in breech ? I’ve used this gun for a couple of years and shot hundreds of pigeons etc . Always cleaned when needed to keep accurate ! Looks like a complete strip and remove the breech and see what’s in ? Shine a torch from th...
Tried putting a pellet in (177) and the bolt needed more force than normal to close ,tried firing and no pellet ! Put my brass cleaning rod down and eventually the pellet came out mangled ! Put another in same result , cleaned with brass brush and pull through tried again same result ! Anyone any i...
- Fri Jan 17, 2020 9:01 pm
- Forum: TECHNICAL
- Topic: Airarms 410. 177.cocking bolt.
- Replies: 3
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There's a seal/o-ring on the bolt handle S650 it could be missing or just need a new one, easy to fit, no need to dismantle anything, just lube it, and slide it over bolt handle into place. Rog
The TDR has locating pins which push into the rear of the hammer housing/chassis assembly. The user handbook States KS531 but on Julian's site, it says KS530 There appears to be 2 sizes. On my .22 the pins are shorter, I've Checked them against a .177 and they are definitely shorter, can only think ...
That's the first thing to try, what's it actually doing i.e. Shot gunning, but to be honest, sounds like a trip back to the
AirArms factory to me, let them sort it. Rog