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Itís not always easy.
« on: May 22, 2019, 11:05:13 pm »
Living in a small country at times it is not easy to obtain even popular air guns. Take my case - around six months ago I ordered an synthetic HW30S from our local retailer. Iím still waiting for it to arrive from the importer with no sign of it arriving in the near future. Luckily I have access to my daughterís which she no longer uses.
Like some other 30ís her one had the nasty habit of inexplicably shooting low completely out of the blue. So this week I decided to fix the problem
Step one a full strip down with a clean and lube of the internals.
Step two shave a small amount of metal from the cocking arm  where I noted that it was just touching the breech block.
Step three, free up the bearing that locks the breech in place, along with roughing it up to increase  friction.

The little gun is now shooting beautifully  - but I still want my new one.

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