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alros trailsman

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by 0191gilly, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. 0191gilly

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    hiya. can anyone help me, how to set the hammer/valve up on my alros trailsman , its got me pulling my hair out. i.m only getting 9.5ftlbs :mad:
     
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    U wont get power related questions answered pal think its. Breach of he forum rules which alros have u got the tubed version or buddy bottle fed
     
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    tubed co2 , the 9.5 was just to show the problem.
     
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    Have u tried diff pellets and diff chrono befor altering anything mate
     
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    yeah tried different pellets/not chrono seams to be ok tryed my other guns through it .changed all the seals just cant get it dialed in, new hammer spring coming tomorrow , its a swine to set up was hoping somebody had the same problem so they could point me in the right direction. cheers for your reply tho
     
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    The new hammer spring will sort it matey i reckon may even be a touch over with it fitted i ad to take a few coils off the one i had
     
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    cheers
     
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    cheers
     
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    afternoon gents, apologies for butting in.
    I have the single shot bottle version in .22, where can I get a replacement hammer spring from?
     
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    i just measured mine , added 5 mill on for wear .and ordered one of ebay under compression springs. it hasn't arrived yet so don't if it'll do the job, i'll keep you up dated mike.
     
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    mike on the bottom of your hammer there's a screw adjuster to compress your spring.that might help.
     
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    Think i got mine from chambers gun spares
     
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    cheers Gents, well chuffed if I can get a bit more power out of mine, currently running just over 11
     
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    Why u want more power then thats just about right to stay legal
     
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    fair point, just the urge to get just below 12.
    on another question, running the 2 chamber silencer set up received with no guts in, tried curlers.
    Tad loud, recommendations please
     
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    Any more posts on power will find this thread closed, guys you know the rules please use the pm to discuss .... ;)
     

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