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logun axsor same as fx2000

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by andy001, Mar 5, 2014.

  1. andy001

    andy001 Engaging Member

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    Hi,

    I'm looking at the strip down in the airgun data section, is the logun axsor the same as the fx2000? I need a strip down for the latter.

    thanks
     
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    What part do you need to strip?
     
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    Hi tom,

    When i got it, it was missing a magazine, pressure gauge and it wasn't holding air. I think it needs new o rings through out.
     
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    I'll do a step by step photo guide of what I know tonight, I did just type out the whole process but my phone decided to delete it just when I finished.

    Have you googled it as I found a guide on the Fx owner group when I looked
     
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    I tried searching Strip down webley fx2000, nothing came up. I'll try again. ;-)
     
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    ive a video here on how to do it...
     
  7. andy001

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    Would you be willing to share it?

    I've found one partial strip down guide on the fx2000 forum, :)
     
  8. tomsteebs

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    Could I see aswell :D
     
  9. engraver

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    The logun has a few differences to the fx2000.

    I think you must specify when ordering o rings that it is logun not FX2000.

    Logun also has the piggy back bolt action rather than a traditional side bolt action, so its different to strip.

    Im sure someone had a vid on here recently.
     
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    I will do a search for vid, thanks for the heads up.
     
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    You wouldn't have just got this off ******* from Chard in Somerset? The seller will not answer my texts or answerphone messages to say if it s gone or not....infuriating! IGK
     
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    logun fx2000 and webly nearly have all the same parts mate as my logun gemmini had all the seals done and now it shooting lovely
     

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