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Hw100 Reg tester.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by engraver, Jul 5, 2014.

  1. engraver

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    Hi all, Im going to give my Hw100 a full overhall this week when the O rings arrive, as its never been opened up from new.

    I read through quite a few rebuild guides so I have a decent picture in my mind if how it ticks and where each O ring goes.

    Its just the Reg tester Ill need now, so can anyone point me in the direction of a cheap one? I have read it doesn't need to the type of gauge filled with fluid, so all I need is a gauge the fittings Ill need to screw into my gun, I read somewhere on the HW forum someone got the lot for a few quid posted, I just need to know exactly what I will need and where from.


    Also how to actually do it, as that part Im a bit confused by do you just screw the cylinder on and then the reg tester into its port and read the gauge to find out what its set at? I know how to adjust it its just that bit that's not obvious.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  2. Jonnyovy

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    Ebay mate. Cheap as chips. I havnt done it myself yet, but may do soon, you dont fancy doing a step by step guid to do strip down, anti tamper, set and rebuild do you?
     
  3. metalman

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    As above, something i would like to be able to do :up:
     
  4. engraver

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    Once I suss it out Ill see what I can do, got to get it perfect first, although I have a good idea what the culprit is, apparently there is a crush washer that kind of sits inbetween both halfs of the action, hopefully if it is this, I wont even have to touch the Reg or hammer, but I wont find out until I get my parts through the post so watch this space.

    Thanks for the info, still need to know exactly what fitting I need to go from the gauge to the action though.
     
  5. Cornish Kev

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    Best fittings do them complete.
     
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    I think there's a link on the WOC of how to build one for not a lot of money :up:
     
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    I just need the sizes of the threads to gauge, I can use the gauge from my bottle if need be, I does anyone know the size of the thread into the gun?
     
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    Excellent thanks lads.
     

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