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Webley omega

Discussion in 'Vintage collectable airguns' started by paulairgun, Jun 1, 2014.

  1. paulairgun

    paulairgun Keyboard Hero

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    I've got a old 80's Webley omega in. 22 which currently has a gas ram. I am looking to fit a Titan spring and a tbt tuning kit it. I am a qualified mechanical engineer but have never had any experience stripping down air rifles. Has anyone got any advice on what I intend doing to my omega or even better know where I can get hold of a schematic diagram of the omega's internals. Cheers lads. Paul
     
  2. larryking28

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    There is a diagram on Chambers website.
    It is easy to dismantle the Omega.
    My mate got his when he was 16 and he used to take it apart for fun and to show me how easy it was to do.
    No internet back in those days and no help guides so that gives you an idea of how easy it is to do.
    If you do remove the ram though you will need a puston etc unless you have them already?
    My mate had his tuned by Venom,just a standard tune,nothing fancy.
    That must have been about 1995 i think.
     
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    hi paul,i find it helps a lot to take pics as i go,good luck
     
  4. paulairgun

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    Cheers lads. I've ordered a new spring and one of the tbt drop in kits off here but will I need to get a piston to if I replace the gas ram?
     
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    Yep,gas ram replaces all the standard internals.
     
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    So in total what will I need apart from a spring and seal kit?
     
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    Are you sure! The ones I fitted just replaced the spring and fitted in the piston....:confused:
     
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    Maybe I am wrong,I must admit it was a guess on my part sorry to say :redface:
     
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    Just a question really as I use one of this great old Webley rifles why are you removing the gas ram system for a spring mine shoots superb with the gas ram?:up:
     
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    hi,pm me your email address,i'll send you a stripdown guide
     
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    View attachment 97441 picture of the inside of my omega cylinder. ID of the actual outer body of the rifle is at least 26mm-26.5mm
     
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    great stuff!
     

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