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Ultra Se Reg Question

Discussion in 'Technical' started by genesis, Jan 10, 2020.

  1. genesis

    genesis Busy Member

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    Hi i just bought a .22 ultra se tact ,with ccs shroud ,the seller assured me it had a reg fitted,yet the ant tamp is still in place.Did they ever come from factory with reg fitted,i sort of hope not as the bsa regs have not got a good reputation.
     
  2. TrickyDicky

    TrickyDicky Life in the slow lane

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    They dont come with a reg from factory and it possible somebody has replaced the anti tamper after fitting ....have you a pic some may be able to tell if its factory or replaced....in any case if it has a reg fitted the shot count should be better than factory.
     
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    Ill take some pics later as dog sitting (puppy,)as well my heads up my a@@se. the guy said he got 70 full power shots:confused:.Thanks for info.
     
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    cloverleaf Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    70 shots would be about right from a regged .22, however the story seems a bit fishy if the AT is still in place as it'd restrict your access to the striker assy.
     
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    Yeah my thoughts as well,i will have to do a long shot string or remove at :(
     
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    cloverleaf Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    First you could try removing the stock and looking for an obvious vent hole in the body (assuming the alleged reg's a Huma), or if it's easier depressurise the rifle, remove the inlet valve assy and look down inside the tube :)
     
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    I ll have a look fo r a hole first then try your other suggestion ceers:rolleyes:
     
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    El Caro Posting Addict

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    The SE has a short air reservoir near the exhaust valve and a longer main tube. The SE regs replace the smaller one with one having a built in reg. Because the regulator takes up room inside the reservoir shot count suffers. You may get a lot less than 70:(
     
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    Thanks where is this hole u mention
     
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    :rolleyes:
    I didnt know that ,i can strip one down replace seals etc bit thats about it:cool:
     
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    Tim_B Pro Poster

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    From my Regged SS .22 Se I get 74 shots, so 70 shots about right.
     
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    robs5230 леший

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    Externally the Huma reg is indistinguishable from the part it replaces. Part numer 38 (body adaptor)

    Highly unlikely the AT has been reinstated but possible.

    If its non regged, the body adaptor is empty, if its regged there are circlips and internals visible from the rear. To remove this will need a stripdown and removal of the anti tamper.

    Easiest way to check if its regged is fill to 230 bar and shoot down to 150'ish. If velocities remain consistent I'd say its regged. A non regged one will produce significantly lower velocity at 230 bar than it will at 150 bar.
     
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    Ceers i think that is going to be the best bet ,but ill chrono tomorrow ,if its naughty AT will be coming out sooner rather than later
     
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    as already said highly unlikely a reg has been fitted and the anti tamper replaced , can you not ask whoever you bought it off wich reg was fitted and by whom ?
     
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    does the anti tamper need removing to fit a reg?,i thought it would only need removing to fine tune?
     
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    To fit a reg without altering the transfer port and making necessary changes to hammer spring and setup is a pointless exercise.

    It does need a full stripdown anyway to avoid damage to parts.

    So yes
     
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    but the original owner may have fitted the reg himself and not touched anything else?
     
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    He may well have done and I'd recommend he'd chrono it.
    There's far more to fitting a reg than just installing the reg.
     
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    I Contacted the seller,and he said it was fitted by previous owner who also fitted the 300mm cylinder and shroud ,he does not know if it was done at rfd or diy:(
     
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    I didn't drill the anti tamper out on mine just heated the threaded cap on the back for removal. To adjust this may be the case with yours
     
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