Is it easy to replace mrod breach seal? NtJanuary 5 2018 at 3:51 PM
|Carl Maple (Login Rastatt)|
I had the...
|January 5 2018, 3:59 PM |
best luck by taking the barrel off. I also used a wood dowel from the opposite side to keep the oring from going too far. Maybe a long cleaning rod would also work, just something to keep the o-ring from going too far into the barrel or to push it back out when it does go too far.
Hope this helps.
Getting the old one out can be as easy as...
|January 5 2018, 5:08 PM |
shooting the rifle a couple of times with the bolt open(no pellet).Otherwise,use a pick and pull it out.Be wicked carful not to scratch the groove that holds it,if your pick is steel.
Silicon lube a new o-ring and set it within easy reach.
Feed a dowel down the barrel,stopping just before the o-ring groove.use painters masking tape to hold it at the
With the safety on;pull the bolt all the way back till it locks.
Hold the rifle vertically with the muzzle down.
Obtain o-ring,and squeeze it till it looks like a figure of 8.
Stuff one half of the 8 across the breech opening,and into the groove made for it.
use your index finger tip to squash the other half of the 8 into the groove.It will open into an O shape on its own and fill the groove.
This took me 3 tries before I got it right.
Thank you! Nt
|January 7 2018, 10:37 PM |
Thank you! Nt
|January 7 2018, 10:38 PM |