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new and old hw95 stock fitting any differences?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by mark.177, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. mark.177

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    as above really, have ordered a custom stock for my new hw95 but as the chap making it doesnt have a new model 95 and will be using templates from the older version will it still fit? anyone have an older and new 95 are the stocks compatible? do screw holes line up? are the cylinders the same size?
    thanks for any help
    i guess in short has anyone received a custom stock for a 95 and had problems fitting it?

    i know the early ones had steel plates welded to the cylinder for the front stock screws but the new ones have a part bolted on which includes a spring to hold the cocking bar firm plus the cocking shoe linkage sits proud on the new ones riding in the cylinder.
     
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  2. Egg

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    No difference to the inletting at all :up:
     
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    cheers egg. so an old style stock will fit the new style 95 with no issues?
     
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    Yeah, the differences are external cosmetics and a slight reshape of the woodwork - internals remain the same ;)
     
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    Are you taking the new style stock lugs into account Egg ?
     
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    heres a pic if it helps
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    Hmmm.... only going to be an issue if the stock's inletted for rectangular. My mate has a 95 new variant and lobbed it into a CS700 he recently bought with no hassle however I'm unsure if he mentioned to CS if it was the new action type so this might be pretty crucial Mark :D
     
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    ordered the stock from cs its a cs500 stock. i mentioned to him over the phone its a new one with the different parts and his first words were he thinks they are the same.
     
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    width of the stock lugs is 20mm
     
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    Hi,
    I bought a new CS700 from 'Custom Stocks' last year for my HW95 (new version) and it fit really well. The only thing I noticed was the stock screws would have been better 1mm longer as they only just gripped the action.
    Regards
     

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