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    Donator Stevie Darling's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farty View Post
    Can this sort of thing be done for a HW 100
    yes,

    but a lot more involved. For a bsa it's external,

    for the 100, it's internal.
    Last edited by Stevie Darling; 16-02-2017 at 18:32 PM.
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    Registered 40+ posts Farty's Avatar
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    Thanks for the answer best leave well alone....

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    Mine .177 Ultra SE with Huma Reg, blast tamer and 18J (13.3FTLB) is giving me 55 good shots at 35 meters...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guesty View Post
    Sorry I was unclear, I meant the hammer bouncing not bolt.
    I have now tested the rifle with the new Huma reg and actually getting 60 shots with 10fps spread from 230 bar down to reg at 80bar. The muzzle report is quite 'farty' so if I cure that and get even more shots then I'd be very happy.
    My DIY skills are dubious so does anyone sell a blast tamer I can buy?
    one blast tamer ready for dispatch
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    I can recommend Stevie Darling's blast tamer's he sent me one a while back
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    Quote Originally Posted by john79 View Post
    I can recommend Stevie Darling's blast tamer's he sent me one a while back
    did it work as an intended?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie Darling View Post
    did it work as an intended?

    yup
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    Quote Originally Posted by john79 View Post
    I can recommend Stevie Darling's blast tamer's he sent me one a while back
    Likewise, Stevie very kindly send me one too!

    What a difference it made, all you can hear now is the click of the firing pin and no more farting noises.
    I haven't run a string on it, but it certainly does feel like my Scorpion SE (.22) is getting more shots.
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    But what looks wrong, is definitely not right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie Darling View Post
    one blast tamer ready for dispatch
    Thanks Stevie you have a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guesty View Post
    Thanks Stevie you have a PM.

    PM replied
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