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Weihrauch HW35

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by gary, May 30, 2007.

  1. gary

    gary Newbie

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    I have a Weihrauch HW35 that i have been told needs a new spring. I wouldnt mind some more power so I have looked at Ox springs but have read that there are much beter springs available.
    Can anyone suggest the best way of doing up my rifle? And would i be able to fit a new spring myself?
     
  2. Rockabilly

    Rockabilly Big Poster

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    gary contact steve pope at v mach and get a full tuning kit for
    your hw35, you say you want more power , remember the uk legal limit is 12 ft lbs.:violent4:
     
  3. gary

    gary Newbie

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    Thanks Rockabilly,
    What sort of power can i expect to get and would i be able to fit it without a jig? I have never taken the spring out of a rifle before.
     
  4. Potshot

    Potshot Engaging Member

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    HW35

    Hi Gary, the 35 is a great gun but it doesn't like 12+,it'll do it but it won't like it.
    I would buy all original parts for it as it costs less.
    If you can afford a v-mach kit as Rockability said, do it ,keep it under 12 and you'll never need another gun untill you wear that one away.
    There once was a high power 35EX but it had a much longer barrel.
    There must be somwhere on the net where you might find diagrams and pictures for dssy/assy info. Chambers Gunmakers have parts and diagrams
    hope this was helpful.
     

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