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Scaro's daystate anti tamper tool

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Ganton Gunner, Jul 5, 2014.

  1. Ganton Gunner

    Ganton Gunner Super Duper Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    well I volunteered to try his prototype tool and see how it was :up:

    well all I can say is I think the man Is a liar he claimed he was winging it :rolleyes:

    my postman arrived about 1 hour ago and had a small parcel for me :D

    inside was the tool on 1st impression it looked very well made and at 1st glance it looked like it would do the job

    off I went to try it and this is what made me accuse him of being a liar

    it fit straight in the slot I turned it a little and it lowered onto the AT bolt I turned and it had no play it was a perfect fit
    then I lifted it slightly rotated and allowed it to be attempted on all 3 corners and on both AT's
    I used a adjustable wrench as that was what I had to hand and undid the AT then I tightened back up the tool worked as it should
    and I never had any worries over it been fragile and breaking etc. it is solid and well made
    all I can say is thank you to sarco for allowing me to be the guinea pig and if anyone is wondering about getting 1 off him well just get 1 :)
    it now has its place in my tool kit and will stay there :D


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    Paid £30 for mine:eek: if it hadn't have been anything other than a perfect fit, I would sure be hunting the guy on Eb*y down for a refund:D
     
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    Good to see it works as it should, all i need to do now is buy a gun with AT fitted.:up:
     
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    Thanks for the review.
    When I get time I'll make as many as I can out of the length of stainless hex I have. Then I'll stick them in a for sale thread.
     
  5. Ganton Gunner

    Ganton Gunner Super Duper Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    I believe sarco is planning on selling them on here a lot cheaper than £30 :p
     
  6. Sir Oscar

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    Yep. £10 on your doorstep with a pound to the forum. :)
     
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    do you make the tool for the wolverine anti tamper aswell?
     
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    Bloody ell! couldn't you have done this a month or two ago!:D
     
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    What does it look like? Do you have any sizes?
     
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    Looks very well made, btw, he's known as "scaro" not "sarco" ;)
     
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    Looks a bit more tricky, but doable.
     
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    Lol. I didn't like to say. :)
     
  14. Ganton Gunner

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    I hang my head in shame I should pay attention to what im typing :(
    I have put wheels in motion to rectify my mistake :up:
     
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    What knob invented AT......... I do wonder for why and for what. If the fecker has time on his hands maybe The said knob could turn his tallents to my misses knickers,,,,,,,,,,,,,, now that will need a tool. lmao
     
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    I think AT is a nod to the police. To hamper people making there guns over power. Which is why these tools will be 'sold for maintenance purposes only'.
    As for your wife's knickers, sorry I can't help. :)
     
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    sarco's daystate anti tamper tool

    This has got me thinking. It's not my intention to make it easy for people to make their guns FAC. Is there any way I can regulate this? I know it's down to the individual, but!.......
     
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    You have nothing to worry about, they are for sale on ebay for anyone to buy and there is no warning about the legalities of it.
     
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    Or you can go to Maplins and buy their 'Precision Nut Turner Set' for £5.99. It's the second one from the left that fits perfectly. I don't know what you'd do with the other five tools but it doesn't really matter does it?

    Chris
     
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