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Early Tdr..how Do I Remove The Hammer..??

Discussion in 'Technical' started by byteofthecherry, Jun 8, 2018.

  1. byteofthecherry

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    All stripped down..however no allen bolt on the rear end where the 3 pin prongs/stock go in and the hammer/exhaust valve section don't want to separate(air tube end hand unscrewed OK) Am I missing somthing..??..nothing on utube that I can find for this part of the tdr, plenty for the A400/410..cheers..oh..i've just joined..so hi from bottom of Exmoor in somerset...
     
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    Sounds like anti tamper is there google anti tamper removal on air arms s400 s410 or tdr
     
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    No it's got no anti tamper, it's a 2006 gun and I had a Ben Taylor reg fitted, he removed everything. I bought it new, never used it and have just pulled it out after 12 years due to a large infestation of rats. However after using it for a couple of weeks quite a few seals have blown/crumbled and although it was stored well it needs a complete strip/rebuild. I'm very competent mechanically and have a excellent workshop(motorcycle restoration) but no experience of air rifles and bar this final problem its stripped 'n' bagged waiting for some improved bits. I've read Cloverleafs TDR thread, but what is missing is how he splits/extracts the hammer/spring/trigger chamber from the exhaust chamber.
     
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    Does this help, see attached exploded diagram of TDR parts, in pdf format..... :thumb:
     

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    Thank you very much..however I've looked at this..but can't work out the 'split'..I've no more screws left and it does not show a 'thread' so how the hell does it come apart..??
     
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    Off hand think u need to completey strip it down to take the lug off but if only seals have gone why U need to get to the hammer what part the country u at ??
     
  7. byteofthecherry

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    It's because I'm a bit of an 'engineering anorak'..so if it's to be done it has to be done 'right 'n' checked'..I'm in Somerset..
     
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    Air Arms S410 Parts.gif What about these? any more use to you? :smash:
     

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    That's the problem..the TDR does not have the fastening allen bolt in the rear end as does the A410, it has what appears to be a one peice housing with three location pin holes + the threaded thumb wheel/rod fastener for the removable stock..
     
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    I'm no gunsmith and have not taken my TDR apart, maybe that bit is not meant to be taken apart?
     
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    The push pins replace the Allen key bolt in question don’t they but the housing is still removable
     
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    Well on cloverleafs thread he's managed..
     
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    Cool, then try whatever he did...as I said I'm no gunsmith....and I always bow to those with better /more knowledge. I hope you get it sorted out mate.... :thumb:
     
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    No don’t just try ask for advice first plenty lads on here what will help talk u though it maybe even do it don’t just rush in blind by following advise of cloverleaf did it that’s worst advise ever there’s no rush gather knowledge first befor you fucx it up just for a quick fix
     
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    I think what your talking about is removing the striker housing from the firing valve, if so it locates on two pins, these hold via a friction fit and so just pull the two away from each other, can be quiet tight! The striker housing is Ks310 and the firing valve is ks510 in the diagram pjgtech posted and the 2 pins are parts s326
     
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    Fantastic..bit of 'wiggling'..hard pull..job done..!!..thanks to all other for their contributions...:)
     
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