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Hw110

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Mark Coulter, May 2, 2019.

  1. Mark Coulter

    Mark Coulter Active Member

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    Hi all I just recently got an hw110 and bought one of those cheap hand pumps from ebay. The problem I am having is it won't connect to the hw110 fill probe does anyone know what connector/adaptor I may need.
    Many thanks
    Mark
     
  2. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    What coupling is on the fill probe? Is it threaded or foster?
     
  3. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    You have got a whip line between the pump and the probe havent you?
     
  4. Mark Coulter

    Mark Coulter Active Member

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    Yes the whipline has a connector on the end but it won't fit my fill probe
     
  5. Mark Coulter

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    It's threaded at one end and the other end has two oring seals on it I have never used air guns before it's all fac stuff I used
     
  6. Rattymcrattyface

    Rattymcrattyface Nobody's honkin' Manilow

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    Is the whip end threaded or is it quick release?
     
  7. BallisticBill

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    The probe for the HW110 has a standard thread.
    What do you have on the whip?
     
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    Photos?
     
  9. Mark Coulter

    Mark Coulter Active Member

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    I don't know how to add pics but the whip has a quick detach end. And the probe has a normal threaded end
     
  10. Mark Coulter

    Mark Coulter Active Member

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    It's OK I just bought a starter set from best fittings and I will see if that works. Thanks for all your replies they where really helpful
     
  11. Steve D

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    I Bought a pump as well from far away on Ebay, Some of the supplied fittings threads were wrong. I purchased a 1/8BSP Tap and Die set to make them fit. Also helps if you ever drop your fill probe and damage threads. Got a 110 last week, very impressive so far, I can consistent hit a weighted string from 14m away resting on my knees.
     
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    Just shows it’s a versatile rifle and can do both with ease! ;), personally I really like mine, it’s my favourite out of the PCPs that I own. Admittedly I can’t afford Daystates and the like to compare but I’m happy with the BSAs and Hw.
     
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  13. Steve D

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    I have a Compatto I bought second hand 18months ago, haven't barely touched it since getting the 110. Have to admit I really like it. When shooting the Compatto I'm now more aware of the ting sound it makes from the cylinder compared to shooting the 110.
     
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    Husky-loves-to-run Busy Member

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    Yeah, smooth and quiet.
     
  15. Teuchter Boy

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    I wouldnt shoot at quarry over 45 yards sub 12 but that is just my preference. With my fac airguns that can be pushed out to almost double (subject to conditions). Happy to paper punch all day long at rediculous ranges but to be sure of my quarry I like to keep to lower ranges. Never had much of an issue creeping within 50 yards of a rabbit so don't generally see the need to stretch out beyond this range. 5 pence groups at 50 yards are repeatable but bear in mind there are loads of variables out in the field which means even the best shot ought not to take this for granted.
     
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    Exactly this
     
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    I've been watching those YouTube video's with Phil Price in talking about a lighter pellets making better killers. I know some will say any pellet placed right will do. Question: I'm using the .22 HW110 sub 12 in my garden at up to 14m. For a total KO clean kill should I go 14g or more towards 18grain at this range. Half way through a bottle of cider at the moment.
     
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    At 14m any weight will do it. It’ll be about 9ftlbs still. Bear in mind it’s only rats and squirrels you can legally shoot in your garden
     
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    I’ve deleted the OP’s irresponsible post and unfortunately had to delete a couple from other members who quoted him, even though they were pointing out the error of his ways.
    To the OP, please do not post any more of this BS or you will find yourself on a break.
     
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    Yes we get rats off the fields coming under the fence eating the chicken feed.
     

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