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regulator

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jim3125, Jan 16, 2014.

  1. jim3125

    jim3125 Member

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    :):)Does anybody know where i can get my hw100 fitted with a regulator if so how much would it cost
     
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    I think they are regulated, fella.
     
  3. jim3125

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    regulating a hw100

    Where can i get my hw100 fitted with a regulator and how much will it cost:confused:
     
  4. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    It has got a sort of regulator in it, HW say it is not regulated, but the device in the gun restricts the flow of air (like a regulator).
     
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    I thought they were already regulated atb
     
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    Its got an air flow restrictor wich gives roughly the same amount of air per trigger pull but fitting a regulator will give the same amount of every trigger pull
     
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    I see mate ...speak to darrin xtx hes amember on here atb
     
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    Don't need it mate, better to have it degreased and bit of fettling, pm bunny blatter(Bry) he had some work done on his and he is a happy chappy.
     
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  9. Steve K

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    HW100 has a regulator and a very good one at that, in fact they have one of the best FPS consistency spreads in any PC

    Sounds like something isn't set up right, hammer and reg not balanced maybe? ;)
     
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    Heres the spread from the shot string of my hw100. Never felt the need for any more 'regulation'
     

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    Its got an air flow restrictor rather than a regulator the restrictor gives you roughly the same amount of air when you shoot a regulator gives you a measured amount of air every shot helping with shot accuracy
     
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    Think its time to get into the shop for a good tune up
     
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    The HW100 contains a device that gives a constant output pressure to the exhaust valve - i.e. a regulator ;)
     
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    Yes the HW100 definitely has a regulator, it isn't a "normal" type of regulator like the type many other rifles have but it is a regulator all the same.

    A fully tuned and balanced HW100 with all stock parts can be set up to show a spread of just 3FPS over 10 shot or more string, i've got both of mine now showing about 4-5 FPS.

    The only other gun i have that is as consistent is one of my Air Wolfe's it's an earlier (CDT) model which shows 3FPS over a 10 shot string from 165 BAR down.
    The CDT Air Wolfe isn't regged although has a very efficient Harper valve with a slingshot hammer set up.

    Anyway, an HW100 certainly shouldn't need another reg fitted to give top notch consistency ;)
     
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