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Walther Reign

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by David Payne, Dec 29, 2020.

  1. David Payne

    David Payne Newbie

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    Does anyone know how to clean the barrel for a walther reign.
     
  2. Jimmypie

    Jimmypie Eat Sleep Leshiy Repeat

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    I’d imagine it’d be hold the probe back / cocking arm open , thread a pull through from muzzle to breech , attach patch and pull back .
     
  3. Pt.

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    Spot on above.
    Must be almost new year every one cleaning there barrels! Are you loosing accuracy? Hence the clean.
     
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    Threading a pull-through is not going to be easy because of the shrouded barrel. A rod would be easier as long as you're careful not to damage the crown when trying to find the bore. The manual also specifically says not to use shoot-through felts.
     
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    Thanks for that snapshot
     
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    If you go for a Rod , also be mindful of dislodging anything at the breech side , I’m not 100% on the construction but I’d guess there is some sort of seal that you would t want to damage , pull throughs (pulled breech to muzzle ) are much kinder in this respect as long as your patches aren’t massive .
    If you struggle threading the pull through at the muzzle then use a drinking straw to bridge between shroud and crown .
     

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