RAW HMX Parts (Pics of inner Guts)

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    blowgunXXL
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    Dirte, 

    i recently bought a HW1000x for a friend of mine.
    It’s a .30, to much for my liking … .22 is my kind of a thing, but since he doesnot own a car i went the 200 in total, yep he’s my buddy so what could i do .. say no?! hardly.
    But here’s the problem.
    The regulator was pulled in order to shoot with an external one.
    So now i have place it back inside the airgun.
    Can give me instructions how to do so?
    I am technically skilled in repairing about anything from powertools to engines and have experiance withservicing springpowered airguns.
    But this is my first PCP to handle.
    After reading your article i thought .. lets ask Dirte for help.
    i think with some pointers i’ll manage.
    the o rings were recently replaced the former owner told. also he never fidled with it.
    the gun looks like new.. now wear tear or scratches.
     
     
    cheers,
     
    BlowgunXXL
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    Dirte
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    blowgunXXL

    Dirte, 

    i recently bought a HW1000x for a friend of mine.
    It’s a .30, to much for my liking … .22 is my kind of a thing, but since he doesnot own a car i went the 200 in total, yep he’s my buddy so what could i do .. say no?! hardly.
    But here’s the problem.
    The regulator was pulled in order to shoot with an external one.
    So now i have place it back inside the airgun.
    Can give me instructions how to do so?
    I am technically skilled in repairing about anything from powertools to engines and have experiance withservicing springpowered airguns.
    But this is my first PCP to handle.
    After reading your article i thought .. lets ask Dirte for help.
    i think with some pointers i’ll manage.
    the o rings were recently replaced the former owner told. also he never fidled with it.
    the gun looks like new.. now wear tear or scratches.
     
     
    cheers,
     
    BlowgunXXL

    Here is a link on the THEOBEN which is basically the same. The regulator is just under the bottle and the fill/gauge assembly which slides off. Just be careful (3000 psi will kill you) about the pressure. If it has been modified I would make sure everything is free of pressure before I proceed. https://www.jimmiedeesairguns.com/guides/service-guides/theoben-rapid-mkii-service-guide/a-service-guide-for-the-theoben-rapid-mkii/

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    jking
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    Dang Dirte, where the hell you been hiding. Sure glad to see your still kicking. Don't be a stranger, stranger.

    Jimmy

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    Dirte
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    jking

    Dang Dirte, where the hell you been hiding. Sure glad to see your still kicking. Don't be a stranger, stranger.

    Jimmy

    Been swamped at work……. Need some airgun R&R! 😁

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    spysir

    All stock should be that way, mas production is the reason most all fit SO loose. A good custom stock – any rifle- should be tight enough to hang off the action with fasteners, and, have no negative effects on grouping. Tight is right, I personally would not remove any wood, just me. John

    Yep, agreed, just put a little talcum powder in the stock and massage it in, the block will slide in and out with ease.

     

     

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    jps2486
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    I also had trouble removing the action for all three of my RAWs until I called Martin and he advised me how to do it.  After removing the stock bolt, just grab the barrel and pull up levering the action out.  It worked!  Here's a picture of the hammer stack up of parts which may be helpful too.

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    cosmic
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    Is there a way you could use compressed air to remove the stock ?? Maybe in the stock mounting screw hole..

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    bucketboy
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    jps2486

    I also had trouble removing the action for all three of my RAWs until I called Martin and he advised me how to do it.  After removing the stock bolt, just grab the barrel and pull up levering the action out.  It worked!  Here's a picture of the hammer stack up of parts which may be helpful too.

    That is a lighter hammer and inertia front a Tm 1000, the hm 1000 are different.

    i don’t like the double spring arrangement and I definitely don’t like the cut unfinished main spring, IMO this is not what I would expect from a gun of this quality and price tag.

     

    Bb

     

     

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    storm.sunny
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    A spring inside a spring? 😵

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