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Ultra SE mods

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by bf95, Aug 11, 2016.

  1. bf95

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    What modifications would you recommend for a bsa ultra SE? I've just bought one at the start if the week and u must say I'm impressed with it! I went for the synthetic version so it's very light and the shortness of it helps with nerve damage in my arm. The only things that bugs me is the recoil.. I presume it's the hammer bouncing.. How would you fix that? New hammer/spring l? Amd the trigger.. It seems flimsy and not as smooth as my s400
     
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    Hi defo a rowan trigger and a Bisley butt pad had mine tuned by rat works
     
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    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Blast tamer:)
     
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    whats the advantage of a rowan trigger? I just bought an ultra SE so will follow this thread
     
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    I recommend diary modifications so you have loads of time to use it :D
     
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    I wish I could do that.. Works getting busier atm so getting less time to shoot but I still manage (so far) what would the blast tamer do? Anybody sell working shrouds for them?
     
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    I got a R10 shroud and had it cut down
     
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    Blast tamer ????

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    XTUNE + HUMA REG + HUUB SHROUD + ROWAN TRIGGER + 325 mm Air Cylinder. :D = 400.00 :up:
     
  10. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    its a device that almost kills the the hammer bounce making the rifle more air efficient, when you dry fire with a silencer you will here a fart noise, that's hammer bounce.

    It increased my shot count by 22%, and also killed that annoying sound:)

    looks like this.

    [​IMG]
     
  11. bf95

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    Oh thank you! I'll have to invest in a blast tamer then!
     
  12. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    pm me your address, will have one in the post by Monday.

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    Where do you get these bad boys from I've an ultra se in need of some fettling too how much for them pal they look like a bowkett idea I saw a while back

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  14. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    its just a copy of his design,

    no charge, easy to make:)
     
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    Go with 250mm no need to have a slim mod or shroud then. Huma reg and xtx tune keep that balance the se has and look plus no nasty moisture trap shroud involved. Rowan trigger ? Or just could I steal off an r10

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    I like AirTechs custom adjustable short stroke hammer even with no air in the gun theres no bounce on my regged ultra.

    No bounce
    air efficient
    Ultra fast lock time:cool:
    The inside of the hammer tube is sleeved so the hammer doesnt have to run inside the crappy ribbed finish of the BSA tube.

    Id take my BSAs to carl as hes a top engineer has all the machineery and he makes everything himself for example he makes his own regulators, adjustable hammers, longer air cylinders(loverly blacked finish) and back vented shrouds its a one stop shop.
     
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    Is there a lots of bits n bobs please I'd love to try it out cheers

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  18. lilvfr400boy

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    How much does something like this cost though as I love my se but is it a pointless act when a hw costs the same as rifle plus mods ?

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  19. Stevie Darling

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    just a bit of 3mm rod with a 90 degree bend, a spring from a clicky pen and a lock nut:)
     
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    Where best place for the rod bud also how's the hole thing retained to the action that metal piece? If so what it is haha

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