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This is not about blame and I don't need anything put right....

November 25 2011 at 4:51 PM
Mark  (Login Specman)
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Response to Surely this is not right? Any comments appreciated...

just trying to understand the issue.

I don't have a standard CR .177 bolt to compare it with but something is not quite right. The bolts are beautifully made and I don't doubt Don's quality....
But what part is wrong, that is what I'm trying to figure, and by sharing hopefully help the group as a whole as I'm not the first to have a problem with bolts binding in breeches.

This is a Crosman barrel, .177 cal fitted to a AS2250XT King Ratty breech.

Now, to throw a spanner in the works, I have several CR barrels. Why does my silencer adaptor slip on to some easily and on others bind?

Cos what I'm starting to think is maybe the barrel is the error here.

 
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