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Advice Gamo cf30 Can't Raise Breech Plug far enough to insert pellet any ideas ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Caragana, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. Caragana

    Caragana Newbie

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    Gamo cf30 Can't Raise Breech Plug far enough to insert pellet any ideas? :confused:
  2. tedruxpin0209

    tedruxpin0209 Member

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    Hey there ! I had one of these when I was a young un, sometime if would jam and need to be prised up when cocked?
  3. Hunter 001

    Hunter 001 Donator

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    Likely that part of a pellet stuck there. You can try some fore pulling it up but be carful as it is Made of plastic and can break. Other way is to dismantle whole gun which is easy if you know what you are doing. I had same gun and surprisingly it was very accurate with power a bout 11.4. Tried to sell it on airgun forum but nobody wanted it. My local gun shop bought for me for £50 and next day it was for sale on his shelf for 130 and sold it two days. There are very good and underrated gun. I regret selling mine.
  4. 1961nuffield

    1961nuffield Honorary Member

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    Originally E&S York's now SE Finland
    There are two o rings sealing the port, they may have broken down. Easy to strip and an underated rifle.

  5. oliver13

    oliver13 Donator

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    If these are based on the same mechanism as the center Pistol then it could be wear on the base of the breech plug, they are just plastic.
    If it is worn, & it's .177, then you are in luck as it is in stock at Chambers.
    What we used to do back before the internet & Chambers was to drill up into the base of the the plug about 2.5mm diameter, rebate it slightly with an approximately 5mm drill then screw in a cut down screw from an electrical socket, the screw head would make up the wear & give a metal bearing surface, sorry I can't be more accurate but it was a long time ago & everything was imperial measurement back then.
    We only did it twice but it worked well.

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