Robert Lane regulator for my S510 (help Matt please ?! =) )

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    Cookie
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    James Dean, my previous post was not addressed to yourself or any other; they were just general remarks. I don’t know why you have chosen to assume so many things, which are incorrect, and so I won’t bother commenting further. Good day.

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    james.dean
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    Sorry mate, I didn’t mean to be agressive or rude..
    I just wanted to say that, even if your statement is general, it tends to “incriminate” the customer in some ways and I think nothing can justify the fact that a seller doesn’t want to answer questions he has been asked… Otherwise, the so called seller should retire from business (I’m not talking particularly about robert)

    Again mate, I’m truly sorry if you took it for you, my English being more straight forward than my French =]

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    Bwalton
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    Huma reg if tuned right at the knee of the curve will give you a 2-3fps es with 0 deviation , no drill what so ever easy to set. I have seen regs that give yo double digit ES while I can get 11fps es just on a proper tune, then when I drop the reg in goes down to 2-3fps.

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    james.dean
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    I asked huma to set it at 135 bars mate.. Hope it’ll be ok with this as I don’t really want to assemble / disassemble the rifle too often ^^
    But your results seem really promising…
    And sorry But what do you mean by “no drill” please?? (as I understand it, you mean no breathe hole, but I’m pretty sure that’s not what you wanna say ^^)

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    Zephyr
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    james.dean,

    I have shared my very favourable experience with a Lane regulator. So we can benefit from your knowledge of the Huma please update us with your experience of installation, use, results on fps consistency and air consumption.

    I have used an Altaros regulator before – very easy to install and gave good results; in my opinion the additional effort required to install a Lane regulator is worth it.

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    james.dean
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    Yes no worries mate I will keep the forum informed !! (as soon as I receive the reg, normally today, and the combro chrony, normally next week)
    I hope everything will be ok, even if it’s not complicated, you have to always be careful to what you are doing and how you do it.. =]

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    LDP
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    “Bwalton”Huma reg if tuned right at the knee of the curve will give you a 2-3fps es with 0 deviation , no drill what so ever easy to set. I have seen regs that give yo double digit ES while I can get 11fps es just on a proper tune, then when I drop the reg in goes down to 2-3fps.

    
Installing the Huma reg on an AA rifle requires drilling the air tube. I believe Baxter is referring to using a huma reg on a Hatsan and not needing to drill for that application.

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    james.dean
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    Thanks for lightening my candle mate =) (not sure whether this expression exists in English or not ^^)

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    abohana
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    My attention was to talk about Robert Lin and the way he communicated with his clients and I wanted your participation, preventing me from completing the purchase because of the way he answered my question.
    My message was:HiIs there a regulator without  Drilling hole in rifle cylinder for hatsan bt65 22 cal?————————————
    That was his answer:
    Yes: The BT65 Doesn’t need a hole, maybe you see very very very old info – NO NO NO NO NO Drilling holes Mk9 Pro – World No1 from Lane Regulators £67.95 FREE Shipping worldwide, ship twice a day worldwide.
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    I sent one message only, inquiring about my hatsan bt65 and he replied as if I had written it 1000 times!!!!!
    I have spent my time looking for what is mk9 but it seems that there was a mistake in the label since the correct name is mk8

    that’s why I’ll go with huma regulator 

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    bltefft
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    I had a Robert Lane reg installed in my Gen 1 .22 Mrod.  It was installed my Roy Weid of Mountain Air here in Ga.  I’m sure glad I had him do it.  It wasn’t as easy as I was thinking it would be, but it worked.  No more bell curve on my velocities.

     

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    spysir
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    Haven’t installed a reg since Airgunexporter used to bring them in.   Only installed a few & really no mods – just screw turning- and all three got a 6fps max spread installed as is.
    To, get the most, out of a reg extra tuning ( lighter springs & … and … ) it should NOT be nessicary if all you neeed is good shot to shot spread. 
     I think a few folks who do some work on their own rigs hold back thinking they will still need a machine shop or other parts,  to get the most shots regulated more tuning might be needed but if 40 or so shots at the stock power level is good enough, just drop a quality unit i9n.

    John

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