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How to remover front sight on ratcatcher ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Alex.B, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. Alex.B

    Alex.B Keyboard Hero

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    OK ? It look like its stuck on or am I missing something :confused:

    Is there an easy way ? Or do I have to get my builders hammer out :D
     
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    pull hard and wiggle......
     
  3. The Robin

    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    As above, they just pull off :up:

    It is a standard plastic one?
     
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    Tapped mine off with a small hammer when had one, just be careful i managed it with no damage and once its off ,it goes on and off easy. or you could try putting the gun in the freezer for 10mins till the barrel contracts slightly.
     
  5. Mikeonatrike

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    Piece of wood against the sight, Tap wood with hammer, Voila!:up:
     
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    sledgehammer;)
    Will save your wallet a fortune :)
     
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  7. Ganton Gunner

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    what andy said it will save you loads of money :)
     
  8. Alex.B

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    Thanks guys :up: operation ratty starts tomorrow will be bankrupt by the weekend :D found a camo stock on te web :D
     
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    100s spent on someting thats only worth pounds when finished lmao, been there and recovered from the ratitus, never again
     
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    Some never recover;)
    Only worth pounds when finished?
    I think not me old cockney mate :)
    some are worth a thousand:)
     
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  11. droid

    droid Posting Addict

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    Another addict onboard. :D
     
  12. droid

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    Thats not recovery, that's bottling out :D
     
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    the poor lost soul :(
     
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    You never recover you may go into denial but recover never. Cold sweats night terrors heavy wallet that's all that those in denial have to put up with.
     
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    Had a 2240 spent over 200 quid on it still a load of poo cost a fortune to run got rid .
     

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