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My Weihrauch HW95 .22

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by mark.177, Feb 16, 2014.

  1. mark.177

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    pretty much done all i can to it:)
    buttoned the piston, polished transfer port, new delrin guides, ptfe piston liner, set back polished trigger, home made and blued barrel shroud, custom stock. running at 11.10ft/lbs with AA fields... has been in bits pretty much since i bought it before xmas worth the wait though as it now shoots like a dream!... total cost excluding sling swivels, sling, scope and mounts... £580
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    That looks fantastic, well done mate.
     
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    cracking job mark,very smooth/clean looking, with the mods youve done internally too ive no doubt it fires like a dream also :up:
     
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    If only Weihrauch sold them like this straight out of the factory.

    Very nice Mark.
     
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    What a great rifle, you have done well getting it like this, enjoy :up:
     
  6. mark.177

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    thanks:up: still waiting for some cups for the front stock screws after having to modify the slightly off centre holes in the stock. for the time being i've worked down some thick steel washers to fit the recesses and blued them.... cs stocks refunded me £25 for my trouble.
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    Superb Mark.
    Simply stunning for a breakbarrel Springer .
    Bet you're well chuffed with the result.

    Cheers
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    I don't know what you took this picture with Mark ? but it looks like your bluing has a matt finish to it, which I think looks good.
     
  9. mark.177

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    JD I think its the light as is just regular bluing
     
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    Absolutely gorgeous mate
     
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    tis a thing of beauty mark :up:
     
  12. mark.177

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    close up of the barrel shroud i made and blued using ballistol quick brown
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  13. leaky5

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    Thats really nice, i do like a well sorted out 95. Shame about the trouble with the CS stock
     
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    verrrrry nice looking 95:up:
     
  15. mark.177

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    in its element.
    no quarry shot today just out for the fresh air and to zero the rifle. one thing is for sure ive been spoilt with bipods and need to get my practice in before going at the bunnies with it.
    shooting off a good rest though its pellet on pellet at the zero range of 25 yards. the recoil is so linear i could rest it on a cattle trough on its thick neoprene sling and still put pellets through the same hole. im well out of practice but the rifle is spot on.
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