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Advice Rubber Molded Mod

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by littleJon365, Sep 12, 2018.

  1. littleJon365

    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    B40147D5-CDFB-4E73-88B7-2EBEAC8C0048.jpeg CA78A3A5-80DF-4D7C-B527-0C7E061F0458.jpeg 89E927C3-CA23-401E-9CC1-CC0C6AAFC916.jpeg Need a little advise on how to get one of those dodgy plastic mold mold/barrel weight off the end. There doesn’t seem to be grub screws so I’m assuming they are just stuck on.
    It’s on a Remington Pest Controller.
    Thank you :thumb:
     
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    if you dont want to keep the bit you are removing,just carefully slit it open with a dremel etc.
    if you want to keep it, heat it up and use a lump of softwood or hard plastic to drift it off.
     
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    If it's anything like the mod on my Remington Express, I had to destroy it to get it off .It was moulded on there with loads of lumps and bumps to make it a strong bond.
     
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    if thats the case, dremel it is!the unit on the hatsan just drifted off.how are you finding it so far?
    the one that i tried at welsh wills shot really very nice.
     
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    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    I’ve just got the dremil our so that will be off in a bit. Not bothered about keeping it as I have a little mod to slip on.

    Shoots really well for the money to be fair. Cleaned the barrel and chucked about 100 pellets through it and it seems fine.
    Bit graunchy so will strip it down and go through it. Not taken a Remi apart so need to do a little homework as I though you had to take the safety out first and a few fiddly bits?
    The inside of the Stock looks like a beaver cut it out. So the dremil has already been to work making it tidy without changing the shape inside.

    For £115 you cant really complain to much if your prepared to do a little sorting like on a Hw99. Could be a bargain for the money.

    So you know if Welsh Will put a kit in his or straight out of the box?
     
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    it was new out of the box,as he just had it in.stripping down on these is pretty easy.you dont have the same fiddly safety
    as the express.
     
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    I’ll probably get round to stripping it down at the weekend and give it a little TLC. I might strip the stock back and re do that as well just for a different look.
    All in all it shoots really well for the money. Can’t grumble at all. I’ll post up some results later once I’ve done all the work
     
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