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Different stock.

Postby rangerifle » 28 Mar 2015, 06:51

Hello guys, is it possible to fit the stock from airwolf to air ranger? As far as i can see, i need to cut a orifice on the wolfs stock to be able to fit ranger's manometer to it. Is there anything else that needs drilling or cutting?
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Re: Different stock.

Postby evohuntsman » 01 Apr 2015, 00:41

why would you want to do that ???
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Re: Different stock.

Postby rangerifle » 01 Apr 2015, 07:38

Because there is a beautiful benchrest stock that i want to fit to my ranger. But this stock is very far away and i cannot try it myself.
I can see that you have both of these rifles, can you tell me if it is possible?
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Re: Different stock.

Postby rangerifle » 03 Apr 2015, 17:53

Useless forum...
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Re: Different stock.

Postby CORKY » 03 Apr 2015, 19:42

23 09 06, Sniper 22 (RIP) wrote in AirgunBBS, "Stocks were interchangeable between RWS 500 and Air Ranger, but not Air Wolf". And he would know .
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Re: Different stock.

Postby rangerifle » 03 Apr 2015, 20:04

Of course they are not! I am asking what modifications have to be made to stock to be able to fit it. There is obvious hole that has to be cut to fit the manometer, but is there something else that is needed to be done? I googled the same question, but there is no answer to it.
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Re: Different stock.

Postby evohuntsman » 04 Apr 2015, 00:45

h bud,,in answer to your question and sorry for the delay but looking at both my stocks , it would not be possible to use an airwolf stock with an air ranger, the parts to where the actual action sits are totally different,the airwolf is larger due to having a much deeper block and electrics, so the answer would be no sorry
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Re: Different stock.

Postby rangerifle » 06 Apr 2015, 11:40

I in a couple of days i will have the stock. If someone is interested what is need to be done to fit it, i will post here in this forum.
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Re: Different stock.

Postby tonylam » 06 Apr 2015, 15:14

It would be useful to hear the end result. Anything can be made to fit. i am sure what you and i would like to know is how much work is involved to achieve this!!

Keep us posted buddy


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Re: Different stock.

Postby stryder5 » 06 Apr 2015, 19:15

rangerifle wrote:I in a couple of days i will have the stock. If someone is interested what is need to be done to fit it, i will post here in this forum.



I would say the answer is yes, but I have to qualify that by saying it depends how good an engineer you are, not insulting you as I do not know your capabilities :)

You only need the rifle action to touch the stock in two places,

At the rear of the action where the circular end plate is, you need a half moon cut out that is approx 12-15mm long.

Second one in front of the stock bolt, this can be the trigger block or any part of the action before the cylinder, this can take the form of a wooden bar that forms this support.

You should be able to pass sheet of paper between the cylinder and stock until you hit the action. I work on one milimetre of clearance ie 2mm on OD of cylinder.

It takes me about 20 minutes to modify any inlay, using a power file.

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