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daystate wolverine b type anti-tamper @ internal's

Discussion in 'Technical' started by john79, Jul 30, 2014.

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    john79 Very Active

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    Has anyone managed to get past the anti-tamper and get inside the new block

    I would like to see pic's of the internal's if anyone can help thank's

    john.
     
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    All I saw if its any help is the youtube vid of Tony Bellas showcasing the internal mods to the rifle compared to the older model.

    Its that magazine indexing system that make to the old action into a more complicated beast, or maybe its just like a gas vent on a semi auto shotgun, venting from the transfer port.

    If that's the case its shouldn't be anymore complicated than the old rifle, so if you remove the old anti tamper screws and split the action it will soon become clear.

    Just make sure its empty I would hate to think somehow the mag indexing system was plugging the internal pressure but I really don't think that will be the case as it doesn't make sense, just because when the hammer is closed that should be whats holding the cylinder pressure in like on any other PCP.
     
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    Wolverine B anti-tamper removal tool

    Hi John,
    I made an anti-tamper screw removal tool from a Torx T-15 bit. It's pretty straightforward, I used a Dremel 38mm cutting wheel to grind the three lands as shown:
    Daystate Wolverine anti-tamper removal tool.jpg



    as you can see, the cuts don't have to be perfect:
    T15_anti-tamper_tool_01.jpg
    T15_anti-tamper_tool_02.jpg
    T15_anti-tamper_tool_03.jpg
    The resulting three prongs do fit the screw's round holes perfectly and make for easy removal of the anti-tamper screws.
     
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    Few more pic's that show the resulting prongs more clearly:
    T15_anti-tamper_tool_04.jpg
    T15_anti-tamper_tool_05.jpg
    T15_anti-tamper_tool_06.jpg

    The anti-tamper screws are M3x10:
    anti-tamper M3x10_01.jpg
    anti-tamper M3x10_02.jpg
    anyone recommend a suitable source for allen head replacements?

    Now that was the easy part! The network54 forum shows that only the trigger housing needs to be removed before the rear end cap:
    Safety catch engaged.jpg
    but it seems the end cap is held in place at the top (bottom in my pic!) in some way by the safety catch mechanism?

    Wolverine integral breech sub assembly (page 10 of the Wolverine owners manual):
    Wolverine B integral breech sub assembly.jpg
    I'd like to disassemble mine to polish the hammer housing and deburr any edges as apparently this can result in much
    greater shot count, so any tips on the procedure would be appreciated.
     
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    The fixing looks to be a M3 set screw, probably (from what I can see) with a countersink profile. I expect that the thread length is 8 mm (actual length of thread as opposed to overall length) so you probably want a M3 x 8 c/s screw and there's plenty of choice on ebay, I usually get them in A2 stainless steel which is the most common type available.
    You can also get other head profiles - cap head (normal allen type fixing) or pan head (domed) and although most have hex socket heads you can get some in pozidrive or screw slotted.
     
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    Cheer's pal :up: I ended up using/modifying a pair of circlip plier's and they worked a treat :cool:

    atb john
     
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    Take the trigger mec off then pull the safty pin that's under the trigger mec then the rear cap will come off, but mind out as it's under pressure from the hammer spring ,as for polishing deburing it made no difference to mine :(
     
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    seen vid on the airwolf is it same , 3 hole screw/tamper ?
     
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    anyone recommend a suitable source for allen head replacements? ebay or PM me an address & i will send you a couple
     
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    Yes sorting the power is easy and Not over the limmet , and done it on a few guns mine and a frinds, and its how daystate would do it, but there is a simpeler way to do it , but power isnot for talk on the forum, it will have to be in a PM .atb bob.
     
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