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Need Info For new project

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by DrunkStuart, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. DrunkStuart

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    Hey the other day whilst rumaging through old ***p in my girlfriends shed I found what can only be discribed as a dessimated BSA Meteor bits are broken things might be bits missing.
    So I've been serching on the web and a few forums but cannot find much info on:

    -Repairing Rifles
    -Repairing or Building Rifle stocks
    -Where to get components
    and
    -Building Silencers (if Possible)

    So if anyone knows of any tutorials guides and other infomation or if anyone has any tips it would be appreciatated, I will post some pics of the rifle and peices to see if its worth trying.
    If all goes to plan i would like to try and make a Tutorial on things such as this for other begginers such as myself using the BSA and an example

    should keep me busy lol

    Thanks
    Steve
     
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    they should have eveything you need plus a detailed picture of the gun, every component is numbered. just look at the part you need on the diagram, get the code number for it then look for it on the list and your sorted.
     
  3. a1gunner

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    post a few pics if you can so we can see if anything missing
     
  4. DrunkStuart

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    theer for the info, and i will post picas assap when my camara decides to do its job lol

    i think a few bits are missing like a spring or two but from what i can figure out its alot more simple design than my diana .45

    laters
    steve
     
  5. Buzz

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    Google is your best bet for them all.
     
  6. simply james

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    as above.
     
  7. DrunkStuart

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    here's the parts

    I stripped down the basics of the rifle so far heres the parts:

    (sorry about the quality but i had to use my phone)
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    <ABOVE>All the pieces (well all i found lol)
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    <ABOVE>I think some small springs are missing at least........
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    <ABOVE>These bits of metal will easily be re-made but what metal??

    this is all the pics of the components if you want to see the state of the stock the pics are on my profile

    thanks
    steve

    ( I realy can't figure out how this poor rifle ended up in the state)
     
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  8. DrunkStuart

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    ????

    are there any peices missing and also does anyone know the Mk. of this rifle? due to the exploded diagram i found had different parts to what the rifle i have...

    thanks
    steve
     
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    that looks complex to me just seeing that.

    i'm no engineer:eek:
     
  10. DrunkStuart

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    he he he i thought it was quite simple....well asuming thats all of the parts :p

    steve
     

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