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Advice The Logun-ator

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by TheYorkshireSnip(p)er, Feb 11, 2020.

  1. TheYorkshireSnip(p)er

    TheYorkshireSnip(p)er Active Member

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    Well today I was like a kid at Christmas waiting to unbox my big present opened it up and my S16S has came back looking like it was brand new and still smelt like numerous lubricants, I zerod and my . it shoots beautifully.

    The logun-ator was reasonably priced and offered an amazing service can’t thank him enough!


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    Be careful, a mate of mine shot himself in the back of his knee while cleaning it, don't ask.
     
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    :facepalm:, how many times have we gotta say it, :worthless:... :rolleyes:
     
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    Herbie87 Keyboard Hero

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    Congratulations and happy new gun day.

    As above though, it's mandatory for a new gun day post to have pics :D:D
     
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  5. Jimmypie

    Jimmypie AGF Leshiy rehoming service

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    Great service by the sounds of it , now where’s them pics :D
     
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    carnivore Industrious Member

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    Does the Logun-ator work on Gunpower Stealths too?
     
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  7. the logun-ator

    the logun-ator "can i,? wey aye man!"

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    lol,
    thanks for that :)
    it was in a pretty sad state when it turned up,even missing the forearm.i didnt have a complite one to sell so gave him a rough one for free,i wasnt going to send it back missing one.
    pics would be nice but there not everything,after all it doesnt matter what it looks like,as long as it does the job well. thats all that matters.
    owt else you need ,just ask.
     
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    the logun-ator "can i,? wey aye man!"

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    ive one in at the mo as it happens,it cam in with a restore on a 77 im doing
    poor owner paid 100 squid for a supposed service/repair and its absolutely abysmal. safety not working,not firing,leaking...cowboys.
    its on the test bench in a couple of days after ive repaired the valve and seat
     
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  9. j9tbs1

    j9tbs1 Engaging Member

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    Well this one is mine, logun-ator gave mine a service some years back and it's never missed a beat since he is a great guy to deal with. Sorry to hijack your thread pal, just thought I'd post up a picy of mine.. 20161110_204030.jpg
     
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  10. Jimmypie

    Jimmypie AGF Leshiy rehoming service

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    Love em or hate em you can’t deny they are now iconic rifles , much like the stealth :) , and for that reason I love seeing them.
     
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  11. TheYorkshireSnip(p)er

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    [​IMG]

    Can’t wait to get our bunny bashing with it


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    Looking for a little help I have stripped down my old trusted Logun Mk1 Pro I have a regulator to fit. The problem I have is getting into the air cylinder it's very tight to get apart
     
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    the logun-ator "can i,? wey aye man!"

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    i use a big vice with hard wood jaws and a pair of rubber gloves,there not normally that tight well as long as there no air in it anyway :)
    sometimes i use the vice and a pair of stilsons with an old leather belt to protect the main tube
     
  14. Mice!

    Mice! Posting Addict

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    So your saying rubber gloves and leather? I'm sure there is a joke there somewhere?

    My R10 you serviced is still purring nicely :thumb:
    Have a look on PW someone asking about a service so I've pinged you;)
     
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    Few days ago I used a vise put masking tape around tube and wrapped in a cloth had grips would not move. Will need to make wooden inserts for vise worried I will over tighten. Funny enough I cut an old belt today to try.
     
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    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    I still really want one of these, I know I shouldn't but I do...
     
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    Thank you for your help the rubber gloves and leather belt worked eventually it was very tight
     
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    Sorry to be a pain the part of the bolt that pulls back the hammer is bent do you know of any or will I need to get one made if I can't straighten it

    I think I know what the answer will be
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    the logun-ator "can i,? wey aye man!"

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    Yea I've seen that before.someone been quite rough with it most likely when changing pellets and not changing the skip gauge or adjusting the pellet shuttle for the different length of pellet.I've Straitened them in the past.also made a couple.stick a couple of nuts on the threads.tighten in a vice using the nuts to clamp and softly tap it.it should Straiten.if it straitens way to easy it may be fractured..let me know how you get on.
     
  20. RagnarHairybreeks

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    As above, but a good bit of heat with a blowtorch too (and I mean glowing) should soften the steel enough to pull it back if not already cracked. I really wouldn’t try it cold.

    <edit> I don’t know the diameter of the post, but if you can clamp something in the vice that will take the smooth end and put a nut on the threaded end then it will be easier to get good heat into the pin before dropping it into the vice. Very hard to heat something that small in a vice as it is a massive heat sink.

    Perhaps an old socket you don’t care about (although in reality unlikely to get damaged). Hold the pin/nut combo in pliers whilst you get it good and hot, drop it into the vice-held socket and gently tap straight with a hammer.
     
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