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    nomojo65
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    I can’t help myself…  and just Imagine? “no tensioned barrel or moderator or ported sliding shroud etc.” it just can’t be accurate…!

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    mubhaur
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    Finally installed VORTEX Viper pst gen ii 5-25×50 sfp  EBR 4 MOA on my RAW HM1000X  .25  60 FTLB.

     

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    nomojo65

    I can’t help myself…  and just Imagine? “no tensioned barrel or moderator or ported sliding shroud etc.” it just can’t be accurate…!

    Not Sure what your saying??

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    nomojo65
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    My sad attempt to be funny😕, my point was that you don’t need a tensioned/sleeved,moderated 53- o-ring this & that action/barrel design to be accurate! KEN ,You & RAW & LW prove this time and again!, Go get’em this year & bring one home for the RAW team!!!

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    Scotty57
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    Yes that relates to the extra complexity you get for all the adjust ability with some of the FX products.

    Air rifles are like lolly pops depends on what flavor trips your trigger :)

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    Scotty57
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    So you needed the teflon tape on you fx no limits for what reason ? 

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    Hotbrass
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    Guys,how much of a pain would it be to remove the barrel and have the end threaded to install a mod?

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    mubhaur
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    Hotbrass

    Guys,how much of a pain would it be to remove the barrel and have the end threaded to install a mod?

    Removing the barrel is extremely easy. No trick at all. Just unscrew all the three grub screws at the top and pull the barrel out.

    Threading the barrel for moderator may affect accuracy a bit. Sometimes it affects accuracy and sometimes not.

    So I would suggest to put a sleeve on the muzzle end and thread that sleeve to accept moderator so that you could come back to square one if you need.

    Regards, 

    Umair Bhaur 

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    Motorhead
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    Thought i would share a VERY NICE retrofit that I've never read about and works great !

    Long story short … Air gun show a few months ago found this small .2L  ( 200cc ) bottle that when asking about it, came off a BSA R10.

    Figured for the $10 seller wanted i could find a use for it eventually.  So happened that when doing some in depth R&R with the 400cc bottle on my TM-1000 ( Bottle version  like an HM ) well son of a gun if it did not SCREW RIGHT ON and sealed up & opened the check valve too !!

    So here it sits on my .20 cal TM-1000 and it provides plenty of air for a full round of Field target. In use it actually provides @ 90 shots at > 20 ft lbs.  ( modified gun mind you )

    Real PLUS was the clearance it opened up allowing a FULL LENGTH shroud of which in now fitted.   1 1/4" O.D. BTW making the gun stupid quiet. While the clearance between bottle / shroud is tight, both are so stiff and flex free they don't come together even holding the rifle by the bottle shooting.  COOL

    Less weight out front has aided off hand steadiness too.  A True win win and great mod for those application where you don't need a big heavy tank & big volume.

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    shutik
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    Very nice rig Scott!

    What scope is on top?

    What did it look like before?

    Also, I was curious what does it take to change caliber in TM 1000x action. I'm buying used .357 90 FPE version and I'm looking to change it to 22. 

    Thank you, Vasyl.

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    Motorhead
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    Before …

    This with an inexpensive Tac-Vector Sentinel 10-40×50 and the factory 400cc bottle.

     

    In the picture 2 posts up the SCOPE an Aztec Emerald 5.5-25×50 with Scopewerks Nautilus wheel. Set with a Far forward position for shooting in the Deadman position.

     

    Barrel changes are 3 screws on top of receiver … easy peezy.  Other change required is the probe nose on bolt assembly. ( HM magazine guns ) with just a seal / end plug on the TM's

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    Motorhead
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    Here a part many would find a great addition to the RAW air rifles fantastic trigger group. 

     

    This is a ONE OFF custom I made over 4 years ago for my personal gun … this was done with No drawings, Sketches etc …. it just sorta became what it is by having an idea in my head of something like that … turning into something like this.   Made from billet aluminum with a spring steel 1/16' rod, set screw R/C clevis post pressed into a delrin C shoe trigger blade.

    I share this in the hope perhaps someone with CNC capabilities could start manufacturing such a replacement blade assembly ?  as i'm sure they would sell very well !

    I have no intention of producing these … simply too much work with manual machines.  Food for though if your a fabricator / parts maker.

    The wire post slides diagonally threw the main block and is held via a set screw. It can go in/out moving the set back position & rotate which angles the wire side to side. Together many combos exist.  Change the bend in wire you get even more.   The Shoe / post slides U / Down and also rotates Side/Side on the wire and has a set screw to hold position.  The Blade also rotates on the post allowing blade face to rotate 360* so any finger position within trigger guard can be adjusted.  ( As shown all is pretty straight )

    All said IMO a REALLY really cool design I wish could be made so all could enjoy a much improved trigger in the RAW rifles.

     

    Scott S

    Motorheads AG Tuning Services

     

     

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    mubhaur
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    What is the difference in size of regulated chamber between old HM1000X  .25 and  .357?

    Any other differences are also welcomed.

    Regards, 

    Umair Bhaur 

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    mubhaur
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    My two RAW HM1000X  .25 and  .22 are doing great.

    .25  60 ftlb version is doing average of 908 fps with 34 grain mk2 that makes 62.14 ftlb.

     

    The other one that I converted from .25 60 ftlb to .22 is doing an average of 945 fps with jsb .22  25 grain redesigned that makes 50.4 ftlb.

    Both guns are laser accurate. 

    Regards, 

    Umair Bhaur 

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    riteclick
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    I shoot my .25 raw at exact same settings with same results 

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    Crusher
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    Anyone here interested in my HM1000x .30 cal with a benchrest and LRT stock, before I put it in the classifieds? 

     

    Crusher

     

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    nomojo65
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    Will you sell BR stock separately?(how$$$?) PM me

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    nomojo65
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    Ok, HM1000x owners!,pulled a dumb move today stripped the head of one of the tiny set screws in pellet probe, now what to do? I know,I know! I’ve done this before on another RAW never had this problem? never seen them this tight…

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    Brian10956
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    You can probably use something like this to get it out hit it with a heat gun first

    https://www.amazon.com/Alden-4507P-Grabit-Broken-Extractor/dp/B000Q60UOO/ref=sr_1_7?keywords=Easy+out+micro+small&qid=1563241543&s=gateway&sr=8-7

    I’m not sure if this set has one small enough check size before you get it.

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    crgabel
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    If you have a grinder you could take the next size larger allen wrench and grind the end down to a good fit before trying again. I have also gound a drill bit backwards and ran the drill in reverse to remove screws. That's about all i got. 

    Good luck, when you get it out let us know how you ended up getting it out.

    Craig

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