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dropping the power on a webley raider 10

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Guest raider10

Just had my rifle crono and its to close to the limit.

Can anyone give me some tips on how to do this.

 

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take the stock off and on the back of the gun there is a small hole inside this is a allan key bolt put a allan key in this then on the bottom of the gun there is a small hole that you can see the hammer through there is also a hole in the hammer now put a small screw driver in there to stop it moving go back to the allan key on the back turn it in for less power and out for more ok have fun!! :D

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Guest raider10

Thanks that sounds nice and simple ill have a go once ive emptied the air

Thanks again

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Guest raider10

just stripped the rifle down

theres a allen key bolt next to the stock retaining bolt hole and a smaller one on the side with a warranty void if broken sticker covering it, there,s also a allen key bolt recessed in a hole on the top under the scope mounts

I,m guessing that i need to screw the bolt in under the warranty sticker

It looks like this has been adjusted before .

Does anyone have any further advice before i give the warranty bolt ago .

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Guest raider10

What would be a good pellet to set it up with and a safe power setting ie low enough to compensate for hot weather ,im using rws superdomes but havent decided on a long term pellet yet

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Guest raider10

Ive finaly manged to drop the power .

This involes stripping off the stock, barrel and breach.

Removing the end plug and hammer.

removing the washers inside the hammer and screwing in the grub screw with a allen key while holding a screw driver in the hole at the end . Then reasemble test strip back down and locktite the grub screw .

I ve yet to crono it and locktite ,but i already know i wouldn,t recommend doing it if you dont need to .

 

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