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Webley Axsor problems

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by dengiebob, Jan 18, 2014.

  1. dengiebob

    dengiebob Active Member

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    hi all am having problems with my axsor leaking air from the filling probe hole i did send it away and sixty quid later when i went to fill it still leaked is there an upgrade or better o rings or could i use a different valve any help would be great
     
  2. vitalich

    vitalich Keyboard Hero

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    I can try to sort it out,

    Free of charge, just parts if needed.

    I.m in london.
     
  3. bigbadbear

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    bit of crap in the fill port stopping the valve from closing, very very easy fix and no bloody where 60 squid either.
     
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    Who did you send it to ?
     
  5. dengiebob

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    thanks for the replies guys don't really want to name names but it was sent to a air gun shop very near Southend who does a lot of Crosman custom bits. so all im going to see when i strip the front off is a valve like whats in a crosman?. does anyone stock genuine parts for these guns? i want to get it sorted as its the most accurate gun i have shot (i do own a few!,Airarms s410 .22, B.S.A model D .22, Webley Tracker .22,H.W35 .22)
     
  6. JD

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    You should really bring this issue up with the shop, rather than looking to sort it yourself, you payed for a service, wouldn't want you to think you were Robb-ed.
     
  7. dengiebob

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    lol JD how did you know i was robb-ed!! lol not had much luck with airgun shops in Essex i could tell you a real horror story about the airgun center at raileigh when i sent my s410 there for its free service and check up. it ended up getting smashed to bits in the post had to have a new silencer and adapter im still not sure if it bent the barrel as well!!! i would not recommend either shops to anyone.though i will say there is a small shop called leach n sons near Chelmsford his a top bloke all ways got time for a chat and veryvery helpful
     
  8. zug69

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    Hi, most parts available from Chambers. If doing it yourself make sure all air is emptied first. Cracking rifles mine hits thumbnail groups at thirty yards no trouble with accupels.
     
  9. Andy-Hants

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    Few photos here,

    http://www.fxoc.info/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=129

    As mentioned ensure no air is the gun, then you may have a screw in the fill port securing the barrel and three allen key bolts holding the port assembly into the air cylinder.

    https://www.gunspares.co.uk/products/24518/Axsor/


    When removed from memory you have a part to unscrew to get to the fill valve oring. Mine was very difficult to remove as it was as hard as nails and very small (OR068). To be safe i would replace the main oring (OR049)on the assembly as well.

    No need to upgrade any oringsorder from chambers or order from any bearing factor or online if you know the sizes. Somewhere on the FX website it gives all oring sizes.
     
  10. dengiebob

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    cheers everyone top marks if anyone will let you all know how i get on
     

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