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Good news Cups and Screws

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Mrman, Jul 10, 2014.

  1. Mrman

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    Hey Guys, Iv been at it again with my little lathe check these out!:D
    Going to be putting them up on Ebay LOL
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    They will fit the HW85,80,90,77,95,97 and 98 or most stocks with a 10 x 5mm hole:) and come with a packing washer for adjustment of height.
     
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    what price are you asking matey ?
     
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    Very nice mate:)
     
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    Any idea if they'll fit a HW100? Would be interested in a pair :)
     
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    8.99 posted in uk add £3.50 if your else where.:)
     
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    What is the measurements and il make them. :)
     
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    If i manage to find a nice 95 soon i will pm you bud and order a pair :)
     
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    Im actually going to be putting one together on here in the next few days will have it up for sale after with all the goodies, PM if you want it:)
     
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    second ones out to Chris Allum:up:
     
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    Landymick's beatiful HW80 V Glide

    Big thanks to Landymick for his pictures:up:
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  12. landymick

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    Thanks to Erdin for sending me the Brass cups & screws,as you can see fitted which compliment the set back trigger.
    Cheers Mick
     
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    What stock is this?
    Do you do the cups and screws in stainless?
     
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    Hi,

    Very nice work. Are they slotted fairly wide as per Weihrauch screws, which in my case with 2 rifles came damaged straight from the factory and out of the box?
    Just interested to know if I would have to make a purpose screwdriver? To beautiful to damage :)

    Peter Norris.
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  16. Mrman

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    Hi Peter,
    you can use a normal flat head screwdriver with a 6mm x 1.1mm head:up: I always put masking tape on the stoke just in-case i slip :)
     
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    Reply sent:up:
     
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    Excelent will post pics of them when they land ;) will look great
     
  19. Mrman

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    Looking forward to seeing them:up:
     
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    Peter! you know what else you made me think about, as these come in a cup theirs less of a chance the screw driver will slip out LOL
     

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