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Hw77k Mk1 Mod

Discussion in 'Technical' started by chewyd99, Aug 24, 2019.

  1. chewyd99

    chewyd99 Busy Member

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    If I was to remove my venom mod on my hw77k mk1 is there a easy way

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  2. Curlyhunter.22

    Curlyhunter.22 Better to be p****d off the p****d on.

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    Hacksaw... no only joking.

    I think i read that they were an interference fit with maybe lock tight.

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    If it's been fitted by Venom or V Mach it's been bonded to the barrel.

    Not a good idea to try and remove it :eek:

    Is there a reason why you was thinking of removing the mod Chewy ?
     
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    Just selling the rifle at the moment and considering selling as parts if it does not sell as in parts could be good for people

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    IIRC the Venom mods require removal of the swaged lug on the barrel of the rifle to be fitted, so removing the mod will render the gun inoperable and next to worthless.

    As we've discussed before by breaking these old HWs you're only going to waste your time ruining an otherwise perfectly usable rifle and end up with a pile of worthless bits nobody wants, with less money in your pocket than you would have if you'd just have sold it whole for a sensible price in the first place...
     
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    Where is the rifle advertised?
     
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    Freeads

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    What you asking ?
     
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    Pm you

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