Will someone install a Huma reg??

Forums PCP Airguns Will someone install a Huma reg??

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    Point1Seven
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    So Huma makes a regulator for my rifle and I just have to have it. Just wondering a reputable person could install it for me as I’m not sure I trust myself lol. I know I should probly try to tinker myself 1st but I would rather someone just install it that knows what they are doing. I asked Mike already over at flying dragon air rifles that makes these guns and he said hes never installed one so I should probably find someone who has. Now the eye thing I need to know is how much you would charge to do so? Feel free to PM me with some  Information, thanks you guys!

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    PelletPusher
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    It’s a pretty simple install TBH so you should be able to do it.  Altaros guy has lots of videos on his channel for similar guns.  Just unscrew the air cylinder end cap, apply a light coat of Krytox 205 on the sides, slide reg in and close the cap. 

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    Point1Seven
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    But I was reading on how to vent it and hUma suggest filing threads down at a 45゚ angle or something I don’t know if I trust that lol. Maybe there is better ways?

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    Yote
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    Don’t put it in up side down ?

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    Point1Seven
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    @yote lol! My fear is how to make it breathe. I’m sure I can slip it into the tube but the venting becomes my issue. 

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    bigdaves40
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    I installed a huma in my bull boss. Empty the air  tube,  if it screws to the air valve (not familiar with the Xesco) remove the O ring. With a small triangle file, file a very small v up the threads from where the air tube starts to thread on to where it seats.mark where the v is on the outside of the valve. Screw on the air cylinder and mark it at your  mark. Remove it and file a v in the tube at mark, vary small.  That way if you remove the regulator the O ring Will seal the air cylinder as stock the way it is now. Hope this helps you . Dave 

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    Point1Seven
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    @bigdaves40 thank you ! I saw a video and it makes more sense now for sure. I’m going to order one next week and when it comes in I’ll try it! I was thinking of setting it to 125-135bar. My best part of my curve is around those. .177 caliber btw 

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