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    Gunnertrones
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    Ok, ABSOLUTELY not air gun related, but in the …….”& others”- category?  hrm..
    I think other gunners than me find it useful to have a register of drawings – even if it is burners.

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    badammo
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    Having a clear drawing is real handy when the little spring loaded.part goes flying. Finding a good clear diagram is almost impossible to find. 

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    I have a ton of old Crosman Service pages in .PDF format. And just got one for the Winchester 1400cs. Need a couple more to have one for each. Darn handy…

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    PhatMan
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    Hello to All,

    WRT air rifles & pistols, there are some useful schematics/exploded diagrams on the Chambers website :

    https://www.gunspares.co.uk/categories/23960/Airgun-spares/

    Have fun & a good Sunday :)

    Best regards

    Russ

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    NTSOG
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    G’day All,

    With regard to having drawings or ‘exploded’ diagrams of rifle parts, I am about to dis-assemble my .25 UK Patriot trigger so I can fit a new piston seal.  I have yet to find an ‘x-ray’ type diagram showing all the parts in situ in relation to each other.  I am told this trigger is very difficult to re-assemble and can take two pairs of hands.  Does any one know of such a diagram – not just a parts list as Chambers displays?

    Any assistance would be much appreciated,

    Jim

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    Gunnertrones
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    NTSOG
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    Hi Gunnertrones,

    That’s the Chambers diagram I mentioned in my post, but it only shows the individual parts in an ‘open’ schematic.  It’s useful, but only to a degree.

    I’m looking for a diagram like those of the Rekord and other modern triggers illustrated in this article by Hector Medina: http://www.ctcustomairguns.com/hectors-airgun-blog/what-links-airgunners-to-the-chinese-warriors-of-the-13th-century

    When I look at the Medina article and the diagrams I can see how each part interacts and, thus, how the trigger works.

    regards,

    Jim

     

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