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Relum Tornado servicing.

September 1, 2003 by RossB in airgun forum
If the gun is in original condition, you do not need a spring compressor to work on it.
BUT, if someone has previously had it apart and oversprung it, it would be very dangerous to take it apart without having it in a compressor.
If you do not see one sping inside the other through the cocking slot - you must have the compressor.
The leather seal should be in good shape.
The break barrel Tellys the the same internals.
Their seals are usually buggered by finishing nails, bbs, and other undersized ammo falling through the oversized transfer port which is almost directly in line with the barrel.
This should not be a problem with a tap loader.
The piston seal is riveted to the head which is crimped into the piston.
Easier to find a used piston with a good seal than trying to changing the seal.
Lots of Tellys were sold in Canada.
Anyone here who fixes airguns has a box of salvaged parts.
The piston I.D. is approx .805" and the Macarri .128" wire springs .540" I.D. for BSF et al will fit.


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