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Question webley xocet

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by halight, May 22, 2008.

  1. halight

    halight Busy Member

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    Hi all iv just bought a 2nd hand xocet. Its in great condition.
    But i can not get to cock! Any help and tip would be great
    Cheers guys
     
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    Hi i have an xocet could you please supply a bit more information those webleys can be hard to cock.
    Are you able to break the barrel and pull it through the cocking stage if not how far can you get
     
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    Hi mate,
    No i can not even break the barral!
     
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    Hi update
    Iv done it!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    mine takes a heavy smack with the palm of the hand to break the barrel my gun has a screw to adjust the tension of the breech the idea is that as it wears and becomes loose you can tighten it up it could be that the previous owner has tightened this screw webley state that this should not need to be tightened for at least 20 years of normal usage go onto the webley website and register and ask there advice my guns have a lifetime warranty i'm not sure where you will stand with a second hand gun registration is free and they send you a free baseball cap so it can't hurt to ask
     
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    :up:OOOh sorrry i posted to soon. Well iv done it!:up::up::):)

    I used a bit of wd40!! This wont harm the gun will it?
    Iv got the barral to brake I had to give it a bit of a tap! But iv done it
    Thanks for people looking a replaying
    Cheers
     
  7. a1gunner

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    shoudn't

    if you use it for hunting aparently the qarry can smell the oil:confused:

    glad it works again either way
     
  8. halight

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    Thanks a1,
    Its my first rifle. Up till now iv only had a pistol. A webely tempist .22,
    All the best mate and happy huntting
     
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    well i'm in my GCSE exams at the momentbut youwait till they finnish.
    them bunnys wont know what hit them:D
     
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    Halight, try braking it against your hip, or your leg, my Longbow was like this.
     
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    Good luck with your GCSEs mate. And give them bunnys hell when thay are over!!!
     

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