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Dgs Ultima X

Discussion in 'Technical' started by Daniel Einecker, Jan 28, 2020.

  1. Daniel Einecker

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    Hi everyone thanks for letting me in , I have a dgs ultima X, I kno it's a cheap rifle but it shoots great well used to , so am in need of a reseal kit, it's made in England it's on rifle and apparently it's a re-vamped model but I cannot find any information on this rifle or what rifle it's a re-vamp of, any help on this would be greatly appreciated, many thanks , as it would be a shame to bin it ,any info will be great,, many thanks
     
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    All I can remember about this rifle was that was a parts bin special from Korea, supposedly assembled in the UK, with virtually no aftermarket sales backup and zero spare parts availability I'm afraid to tell you
     
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    Thanks for your reply that's what I thought sad to say buy many thanks ,T h
     
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    This vaguely rings a bell and my memories are in keeping with That hurts' thoughts. Sticking up a pic of it might help jog the memories of some with regard to what it's based on, and tbh you're highly unlikely to find a seal kit specifically for that rifle so your best bet would be to strip it, crack out the verniers and source the seals yourself.
     
  5. Daniel Einecker

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    Thank you clover leaf I will stick up a picture before I strip it and what you said regarding the seals is probably my only option, but many thanks for your reply much appreciated thank you
     
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  6. Daniel Einecker

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    1580237845135503162631262776037.jpg 15802378806141465547226358224628.jpg 15802378806141465547226358224628.jpg 15802379030629202444177412075521.jpg 1580237934680125213279684356763.jpg Well here is the culprit in question I've removed scope an manual indexing mag, if anyone can tell me what parts bin this rifle is based on would be a great help Many thanks
     
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    The cylinder, trigger, stock and (on the ones Google showed me) mag all look suspiciously like an FX solo; the breech and bolt assy are definitely different though. IIRC I wrote one of these off many moons ago because of parts issues.. but IIRC it was pretty tatty and had been got at.

    If it's just seals and no hard parts you may well get away with it - good luck!
     
  8. Daniel Einecker

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    Many thanks cloverleaf appreciate your quick reply, I've never taken one apart before but I think it's the fill port seal as when I put air in slowly it leaks whereas if I open tank quickly it fills until it hisses like normal an lasts three to four days then it's empty, you have helped me immensely an cannot thank you enough really appreciate it
     
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    No worries - if it is the fill port and is an FX-pattern it's a common fault and pretty easy to fix :)
     
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    Thanks cloverleaf I really appreciate your help I really do it's been invaluable and so helpful and I am very grateful for your assistance in this problem I have but this forum and the knowledge you guys have is immense an I am extremely grateful for your patience as I'm a newbie you've made me feel very humble that your members have helped me so much, so thank you all regards dan
     

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