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floating barrel

Postby Dirk » 05 Nov 2016, 21:36

Could someone please help.
I had the o-rings replaced by someone after using the air ranger for three years.
I was advised that the barrel was loose and it was tightened.
Now i can't get the scope tuned in, which is really frustrating.. It never bothered me that the barrel was loose and was deadly accurate.

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Re: floating barrel

Postby Roni » 08 Dec 2016, 05:03

Orings must be exactly the same to specification, bigger a bit is a no problem. Tightening the barrel is for more accuracy as far as I am experienced. Loose barrel is not accurate. Maybe this inaccuracy is due to adjustments or tuning needed. Try to tune where hammer also need a good throw rythm.
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