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De-pinger

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Samobaggins, Sep 23, 2014.

  1. Samobaggins

    Samobaggins I own to many fx rifles

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    Is there anyone on the forum that can make them? I got a sound mod from Mattw975 and it is so quiet I can hear the air tube ping and other things twang. I have done some searches and found some old threads. Is there someone currently on here that can make them? Thanks S.
     
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    Samobaggins I own to many fx rifles

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    I have seen this on YouTube but wanted to have something made as I'm not that keen on this style of de-pinging. I know they do the same job but I would like a bobbin with O-rings made. Just me being fussy. :) I'm fine to strip the rifle but don't have the tooling to make the de-pinger.
     
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    All you need its scissors or a knife and that's it, other alternative is to pay some one a silly price to do the same job or the other option regulate it that would also deping it.
     
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    What's it for? AA do one off the shelf...
     
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    Samobaggins I own to many fx rifles

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    Daystate huntsman classic 2012.
     
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    IIRC the DS and AA cylinders are made from the same dims of tube (1 1/4" OD x 5/64" wall or around 31.7mm OD and 1.95mm wall) so an Air Arms one will probably fit.. do you know the ID of the tube? Have you had the rifle to bits before?

    Finally, are you sure the noise is coming from resonance in the cylinder rather than from the striker spring?
     
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    Samobaggins I own to many fx rifles

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    I had it a apart a while ago but didn't check the tube ID. I think the noise is a mix of hammer and air tube. I'm going to tackle both at the same time.
     

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