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Hammerli AR20 - O Ring - Help required

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Moon, Apr 11, 2014.

  1. Moon

    Moon Member

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    I'm trying to locate an O ring for my AR20 and any help would be greatly appreciated.

    The problem is the small O ring that fits close to the bottom of the female connection in the air cylinder. I've had one on order for weeks and it hasn't arrived. I've also contacted Hammerli in Germany, but although they replied to me initial email, I've had nothing from them since. Can anyone suggest anywhere that I could try to get a replacement O ring asap.

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  2. Lee67

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    Good luck...hammerli won't help , and uk importers will keep sending wrong o ring,( don't ask how I know)... U need a 7x2 o ring....but it's the ar's weak spot..mine failed repeatedly,normally in comps..that's why I sold it on...when on song tho it was a cracking rifle and still to date gave me my best FT scores
     
  3. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    well you both should try BSW in bisley, the cylinder is the same as my walther domie
     
  4. Akita177

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    would a 7x2 green viton oring do?
    Would be handy to know what type the orange loading bolt oring is aswell.
     
  5. Moon

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    You're right about Hammerli - I thought I'd sorted the problem with they responded within a day to my initial email, however, when I answered their more specific questions, to pinpoint which O rng was the problem, I've had nothing from them since.

    I've also ordered a replacement via my local dealer, but again they're becoming more and more frustrated by the lack of any response:mad:
     
  6. Moon

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    Hi,
    The O-ring I've removed is green, and is probably the one you're referring to. If you could let me know where I can get one that would be really helpful. I paid my annual club subscription over a month ago and haven't been able to shoot once. Any help would be greatly appreciated
    Cheers
    Steve
     
  7. Akita177

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    Google it, though i would guess you could just get a basic black oring localy as there cheap just replace them often till you get a real replacement.
     
  8. wonky donky

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    The cylinder "O" ring on the Hammerli AR20, Walther LG300, LG400, Dominator & Walther pistols is a 7x2 Pur90. Feinwerkbau use the same "O" ring to seal all the air tubes on all their PCP's & as a breech seal on the 600/1. Steyr use them as well.

    City Air Weapons Solihull 0121 742 1329 NOT Lincoln used to always used to keep them in stock. Open Thurs, Fri, Sat.

    Ask for a Feinwerkbau 600 Green breech seal" You won't have a problem then. If they are out of stock give me a shout.
     
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  9. barndoor

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    If you can source them can you order a spare because I need one too ;) Happy to pay postage and a contribution towards yours for the trouble. driving me nuts trying to get one
     
  10. Moon

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    That's a great help ... I'll ring them on Thursday. Cheers
     
  11. Moon

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    I contacted City Air Weapons Solihull. Although they didn't have the correct O-ring in stock, they're on order and should be in in about 2 weeks. Hopefully that should be job sorted!! Thanks to everyone for their help.
     

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