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feinwerkbau 127 sport manual

Discussion in 'Airgun Data Center' started by chuckysan, Apr 29, 2009.

  1. chuckysan

    chuckysan Newbie

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    Does anyone know where i may be able to obtain a manual for this Air Rifle..I need a pictorial detail of the trigger assembly. thanks all in anticipation
     
  2. steviegeeza

    steviegeeza Member

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    Did you find a diagram - I have just got a 127 in need of some tlc
    with a dodgy trigger!
    Like you I'm having trouble finding any exploded diagrams
    or manuals on t'internt.

    Regards
    Steve
     
  3. I. J.

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    If you PM me your e-mail addy I will try (I'm a computer blonde) to send you a PDF file which has the FWB Sport owners manual on it. ;)

    ATB
    Ian :D
     
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    airgunspares.com :D
     
  5. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    No picture or manual on there.
     
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    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    I had a backup of chambers site on my hard drive from a few years ago and found this, not the best of diagrams. :(
     
  7. steviegeeza

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    FWB sport trigger problem

    Thanks for the replies guys :up:

    Looks like the trigger is not get attable without popping
    the big spring out, I'll have to knock up a spring commpressor.

    What is the adjuster screw on the trigger supposed to do ?
    doesnt seem to do anything on mine, there is no 2nd stage
    you just keep pulling the trigger, there is a barely perceptible
    change just before it shoots by which time you've drifted off
    aim.:(
    Anyone had a similar problem?

    Thanks

    Steve
     
  8. 21grains

    21grains Active Member

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    FWB trigger

    My trigger did the same thing. sent it to Beeman in California where I bought it, in 1978 had plastic trigger. It had a recall from FWB. Beeman put a new Alum. trigger in it free of charge. they even paid for post. New people own Beeman now so I don't know what they will do for you. Try FWB in Germany remind them about recall, maby they will help. be carefull takeing spring out will frig the trigger up to a fairthewell. good luck from across the pond Franky
     
  9. stickmedia

    stickmedia Newbie

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    Manual for 124 needed here too

    I too need the manual. I I purchased the Maccari Old School kit for my 124 but I am a bit of a noob with airgun repair and am quite hesitant to do ANYTHING until I actually understand it. Unfortunately the Maccari directions are extremely vague (the kit doesn't even come with any instructions at all) and I have only gotten as far as removing the body/action from the stock... Help
     
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2009
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    career 707 Busy Member

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    tHanks now thats handy:up:
     
  11. ClydeBuilt

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    Place action (barrel up) on floor, pad a dishtowel over barrel.
    Stand over rifle and tuck padded barrel into belly, push down while holding action with hands. Locking pin can be pushed out easily.

    Be aware that the safety plate & small spring can fall away and must be caught...before letting the action smoothly slide up the sring etc under control....works lovely on Weihrauchs too! :up:

    FWB triggers were never really that great and most can only feel less trigger pressure rather than 1st/2nd stages.

    Putting back together...as above but loosely put a wide'ish cable tie around the trigger safety plate and small spring first. When all is about to enter body tube...snip off cable tag and steer home, fitting pin at the end.

    Moving the rifle, rather than the compressed spring might sound daft, but it works, is more easily controlled and safer!
     
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  13. Slim49

    Slim49 Newbie

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    Feinwerkbau 124 info avaible

    Hello all,
    I have gathered alot of various info on my 1979 124 D,cal.177
    email slim49 at brecnet .com great rifle, shot thousands of pellets. bouhgt a actual air rifle 2-9 x scope, it really reaches out & touches the distance shots.
    rebuilt it few years ago 1998 or so, after my seals turned to wax.
    tricky...as whoops .. the receiver group shot across the kitchen.
    it shoots like new now.
    it was in a house fire in 1986, blueing is wrecked on 1 side, trigger is melted to a stump. sanded 1/4" wood off the torched side! shoots so far left , the scope was necessary to correct error.:-(
    I have the new metal trigger, just haven't got around to switching it.
    Luck All,
    Steve Mcc
     

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