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Hw50 In Stainless

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Mattyj, Mar 26, 2020 at 10:21 PM.

  1. Mattyj

    Mattyj Well-Known Member

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    Hi Guys,
    Has anybody used mundilar before to order anything to the UK.
    I was thinking of adding a hw99 to my collection and from what I understand the hw99 is the same as a hw50? I see mundilar do a hw50 in the stainless finish for £260 delivered which I believe will actually be the nickel plated finish that the hw97s are available in? I think one of these will look nice with a Cs500 stock on it what do you guys think?
     

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    Yes but it will arrive with a wood stock not the black. Did exactly this from same place. You will have it at your door early next week.
     

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    Also removed the iron sight added a muzzle
     
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    Mattyj Well-Known Member

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    Oh really that's interesting why picture and advertise it with the black synthetic?
    Tbh I would be looking to put a Cs500 on it anyway so not end of the world. Were the sites completely removable and did you have to dremel any bits off for the muzzle weight to fit?
    Can I ask where you got the muzzle weight as well as I like it? What's the colour match to barrel like looks good in pics?
    Can I also ask what power yours was kicking out when you received it? As I do not know what power this rifle will arrive in?
     
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    Not sure as I actually wanted the synthetic. They said it was discontinued I have had it for over 12 month so do t know. Yes you do have to remove the mini dovetail a file will do the job easy. I got the muzzle off the bay see the link. I asked for it to be 140mm and unvented think the barrel is 14mm but would have to double check.


    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.co.uk/ulk/itm/333157416425
     
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    Nice looking rifle that mate ;) What sort of power does that put out?
     
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    Removing the sights leaves holes in the top of the block but I filled and polished them as well.
     

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  9. SeanE

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    shoots at just over 10flb .177 any more is too much
     
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    Thanks for the link mate, So I take it you went for the polished aluminium have you got a closer pic of it fitted to the barrel so I can see how well it matches? Is it attached with a grub screw I take it?
     
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    Awesome
     
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    sure. I will take one tomorrow as it’s away and everyone is in bed haha. I would get a drop in kit. Read the galling thread for the hw99 and keep the power down it’s an absolute laser out to 50 yards. I will NEVER get rid of it.
     
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    SeanE have you had any galling issues with it or did you sort it out as soon as it arrived?
     
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    Haha you are one step ahead of me mate lol. Thanks I appreciate it. Can I ask what you used to fill in the holes on top of the barrel latch
     
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    I did yes but sorted it. The new delrin insert put too much downward pressure on so the cocking arm rubbed inside. I took the mini spring out from under the delrin polished the inside of the cocking slot and the part that runs inside and now it’s as smooth as silk no problems since.
     
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    Acrylic rod and resin then fine sanded down and polished. Took the zink off but it matches the muzzle. The rod comes in loads of colours or you could have clear.
     
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    Just to note that the rifle is not stainless steel as some think, but a nickel plated finish :up:
     
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    I realise that mate as I mention it in my 1st post even though I referred to it being stainless in title so apologies for any confusion.
     
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    I've been looking at that
    Mundilar are a good outfit

    But it's sold as a stainless steel action in a synthetic stock and yet it seems to be neither!!
    That's odd
     
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    They never had a synthetic stock either , it was a black coated Beech stock.
     
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