Saturday, February 19, 2011

A.B.T. Shooting Gallery Rifle Disassembly, Part 2

On I go.

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The action came out of the housing.

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The forestock seems to have been “repaired” at some point.

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The flap of rubber/polyester/? came loose allowing the bushing to stay in place. This will need a repair.

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That bushing. Notice the red line? I think that’s RTV gasket seal, possibly, which is why the screw wouldn’t come out easily.

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Bushing and the two screws.

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The trigger guard is riveted to the housing.

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The rivet heads.

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The barrel shroud. I unscrewed the magazine end plug.

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That’s a long guide and spring.

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The spring end.

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The screw is soldered to the rod.

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The breech.

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These two screws presumably retain a bushing that aligns the barrel. I removed them but the bushing wouldn’t budge so I put them back in.

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Back to the action.

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When the trigger is pulled it does several things, including moving the feed shuttle up and down.

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The block that holds the barrel to the action.

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four screws plus on that retains that weird tab.

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What is that tab for? Note the screw heads have already seen “service”.

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Removed.

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Four screws…

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All the same.

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Block lifts off of the action.

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It’s aligned by two dowel pins.

More to come…

5 comments:

Greg said...

Just a thought but is that wierd tab used to set the height of the action in the stock?

The Lion Tamer said...

Can you repair a webley hurricane? I know what parts it needs but don't have the knowledge!

The Lion Tamer said...

I realise this is on a tangent, but would you know of anyone who can repair my webley hurricane? I know what bits it needs but I don't have the knowledge'
Tony

Felice Luftschein said...

Tony,
Best place to ask it the yellow airgun forum, there are a bunch of guys who do repairs:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/79537/

It's fairly easy to fix yourself if you can source the replacement parts.

Felice Luftschein said...

If you're in the UK(?) then ask on the Uk forum:
http://www.airgunbbs.com/index.php