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webley vmax/smk wooden stock

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by rynner, Mar 24, 2014.

  1. rynner

    rynner Busy Member

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    hi,i cant get on with the synth stock on my vmax,ive tried to get a new hatsan striker stock to replace it but apparently its different,i have a chance of a smk xs19 stock in good condition and would like to find out the dimensions of screwholes from the rear/front,width/length of cut outs etc of the 19,the webley seems to have a longer action than most,any ideas of other possible stocks to fit with slight mods would be really appreciated,ive tried filling the stock with poly beads and its quieter but its still a flimsy piece of kit,after filing the cut spring ends smooth,polishing,removing swarf,greasing etc its just the stock thats letting it down,thanks for your time,adam
     
  2. highland chief

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    hi mate

    you will have a job getting a wooden stock for the vmax, believe me I have tried. I have now filled the stock with expanding foam, big difference. don't buy the wooden stock from chambers, it will not fit. even though they say it,s for the Vmax, had a big argument with them regarding this.


    just fill it mate, being a cheap gun, it does the job.

    cheers

    gus
     
  3. rynner

    rynner Busy Member

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    thanks gus for the appreciated reply,you gave me advice before about your camo stock/chambers,i really dont like the plastic on the webley,ive got it quiet and no kick,its more the style and fit,ive read on another forum that a smk19 or poss a stoeger stock might fit with a bit of adjustments,if i could get the dimensions of a 19 it would help a great deal,but as you say it does the job,thanks again adam
     
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    hi adam

    no bother mate. they are quite decent rifles for the money. basically hatsans.

    cheers

    gus
     
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    I have done the same issue, I ordered the stock after being told that its 100% the correct stock,
    when I offered it up to the action the cocking linkages were never going to engage as the stock needed the slot lengthened
    and the retaining screw holes are not in the correct place. I informed them that their description on the website was misleading
    and that I would be returning it under the "distance seller regulations" and would be expecting a full refund plus my postage.
    I just got an arsey reply telling me that if I ordered the wrong part then im at fault but as a good will gesture they will refund
    for the stock only and not the 2 lots of postage as I should pay towards a restocking fee !
     
  6. rynner

    rynner Busy Member

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    thanks for that,looking at the chambers exploded view its definately not right as mine has a 1 piece cocking arm,what i am hoping for is the dimensions of a smk 19 as previous post,or would it be rude to go to my local rfd woodies wembley,ask to look at a rifle and pull out a tape,maybe ill try that,thanks again for the info
     
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    tell them its for someone that has a certain length reach and you need to be exact on the butt to trigger length, measure all the stock and tell them its the wrong size or say you will be back if they like the look of it online :)
     
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    thanks for the advice,to be polite i could always buy pellets or such,but i was rather hoping somebody might have a xs19 which they could measure,thanks again,
     

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