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Advice Any tips before it goes back together...

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Eurosaber, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. Eurosaber

    Eurosaber Keyboard Hero

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    Evesham - Worcestershire
    Will be putting my Webley omega back together soon, once I figure out how to put the trigger mechanism back together!

    Just before I do, are there any tips or age old advice to add while it's apart?
    few washers behind the spring? Grease in a certain place? Etc?

    Cheers all.
  2. john2667

    john2667 Engaging Member

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    just grease or oil the moving parts and if you got any spare cash then a tuning kit will make the world of difference and dont try putting washers in it doesnt really work and if you over do it the gun wont cock and you will end up taking it apart to remove them again
  3. Dunkman

    Dunkman Posting Addict

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    Jusy Moly grease on the internals- Piston, spring, guide, sear and piston engagement slot, cocking lever guide etc. Don't overdo it.Just a smear along the piston and use a brush to paint it on the spring and guide-apply thicker in these areas.

    Re washers, unless you have a chrono and can check it's output, don't bother as it will either upset the balance of the internals or worse, leave you with a Fire Arm rather than an airgun.
  4. darklord

    darklord Can’t beat a tx200 at 30m

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    on a budget try an ** nylon washer in front of the spring or two with some moly grease these are really thin and help the spring rotate, metal washers in front act as piston weights and can increase power but not behind the spring

    only go that route if you have a chrono to check but youll only get two maybe three at a push else the spring will bind and you wont cock it. youll also increase recoil

    as long as its consistant and lubed sparingly with the right stuff itll be fine. try dry lubes on the trigger mating surfaces and spring guide, little grease on the main spring and PTFE dry lube on the piston,

    cant remember the trigger mech as i had one when they first came out to replace the vulcan. and it had a new fangled two stage trigger but was never a rekord contender.

    I liked my omega but never really used it much traded it for an hw 80.
  5. CJB

    CJB Engaging Member

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    JM Maccari Oldschool piston buttons work really well in mine (I have a PTFE piston seal too)
  6. JD

    JD Donator

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    Not a easy job, but a step to step guide on how the trigger gos back together would be very helpful.

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