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Mk2 Hw77k mods

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by JD, May 27, 2014.

  1. JD

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    I've had a go at fitting a 1/2 unf thread adaptor to a 77k, please let me know what you think of it.

    It works well enough and you can fit just about any 1/2 unf threaded mod to the Mk2 77k. : )
     
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    That's very interesting, John. I assume the catch mechanism works properly?
     
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    The underlever release works as it should.

    I was going to suggest this mod for your Hw97, had you got the mod/catch removed.
     
  4. Jackroadkill

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    AM going to stick with the custom moderator that Mattw975 made for me now. That thing is an awesome moderator - have I shown you pics of it?
     
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    Excellent idea jd ;)
     
  6. JD

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    Go on then JK, post a pic on this thread. ; )
     
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    That's a smart job - great result :)
     
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    As promised -

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    Sorry for the crappy pictures. These were the best I could manage.

    Matt made me this moderator as a custom job because without major trauma and rebuilding the "moderator" / catch assembly wasn't going to come off or allow screw-cutting. He made it so that it fitted over the existing "moderator" (in inverted commas because it does precisely sod-al in the way of moderating) and the result is a much quieter muzzle report. Am very impressed all round.
     
  9. JD

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    If we lived closer JK, I would throw down the glove, as to which one is ( you don't hear that, so mine must be ) ; ) LOL
     
  10. JD

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    Fibre optic Hw77 open sights

    Not to my taste, but it wouldn't take alot to mod the rear sight, to fit on the mounting block of the Hw77.
     
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    Loving this mod jd u got my mind racing now , pm sent mate
     
  12. JD

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    Sorry I should have up dated this thread.
     
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    very nice work jd,youve got my old cogs turning now :cool:
     
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    I'd be interested to see what ideas you come up with Martin, theres a whole world of possibilitys when you look at it from a few angles.

    I've got an old dinky period steel blued silencer that slides straight on and looks the part.

    I will get around to finishing my home made custom extreme Hw77 one day, just never told myself when that day was.

    The next one will have time limits set. ; )
     
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    ive still not made my mind up yet and still not sure ill even need one after the tune but if i do then i do like the idea youve done with the catch
    the little silencer youve got sounds interesting do you have any pics?
    nothing wrong with taking your time john with a project i think sometimes i get too carried away and rush too much buying new stuff instead of bideing my time and waiting for stuff too come along for sale,the 80 and the 95 are proof of that,lovely rifles but lets face it ive payed through the nose for them and ill never get any where near my money back on them,the 95 i practically ended up giving it away although the 80 i definatly dont plan on letting go :cool:
     

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