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Huggett Belita Drop In Baffle

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by vonbeck, Jun 29, 2020.

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    Yep, the liquid steel designs one, looks like BAR are having it badged now, no quieter really but you can bin those awful Hugget internals, cotton wool wrapped in razor wire which once you remove you can never get back in properly, worth £20- IMO!
     
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    I woudnt have thought so as it makes it mega expensive!
    Im going to ring them on Wednesday to find out and will let you know :thumb: if not i think ill be ordering one :) Im only 30 mins away so i can always go to collect ;)
    shipping order lol
     
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    BAR sent me one direct when they came out a year or two ago! a bloke at Petes bent my arm to sell it to him!
     
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    Cheers, will also try one if they do normal delivery:thumb:
     
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    Vard Unicorns are fluffy

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    Have you got mars bar fingers then ?:)
    Edit: I have done various fiddling with huggets(especially the atom ) to get more effective . But agree the stainless mesh can be fiddly and dig in to the skin.
     
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    Open the vents up:)
     
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    No vents left Stevie. Had to use heat to get it apart and the plastic that the stainless is bonded to melted.
    So everything replaced. Well I say everything . There was a distinct lack of anything inside. Just some wadding and stainless mesh.Now has baffles and does a good job on the pistol
     
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    Be much easier to pop a liner in and to keep clean me thinks!:up: 113.JPG
     
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    :shrug:
     
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    It was an honest question....
     
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    Honest answer bud, i don't Know either, just used the emoji to save me typing, lazy way i guess:thumb:
     
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    Easily misinterpreted, no worries - we did more typing in the end! haha
     
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    tried to ring them this morning no answer logged into site added one to basket and they're charging £5.95 postage so no rfd involved so total price is
    £25.90
     
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    I've sent for one will report back when fitted and tested

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    Cheers for heads up:thumb:
     

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