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You should be fineYes. Good point. I intend to do a pool test in the morning, so that should highlight any imperfections....then I may need Edo
This aspect is covered in my gun dismantling thread, in fact that is one of the reasons why I wrote it. https://forums.deeperblue.com/threads/pneumatic-dismantling-how-to-get-inside.90024/#post-882403 post #8. It used to be a sticky so everyone could see it.You mean, the little trigger pin? Yeah, I have made the same mistake a handful of times, haha. Trick is, as you know now, to pull it out right after having emptied the gun of air before you try to pull the gun apart.
I discovered a bent one in my Cyrano, which I straightened and put back in... not sure HOW these pins become bent as I was carefully pulling it apart, but I'd like to get some stronger 316 or 17-4PH stainless dowel pins to replace it.Yeah, anything stainless in about 1.5mm diameter should work (or 2mm or 3mm depending on your gun). I actually just buy a length of rod and cut off when I need some.
People have used welding rods and bicycle spokes before but the rivet pin, I hadn't heard about
18mm long? At least, I think I have 18mm in many of my guns - even across brands.
https://www.edosub.it/ecommerce/ind...category_id=57&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=1Hi would anyone know where I could buy a replacement inner barrel for my Cyrano 1.1 Hft 110cm?
Can't promise it will be 18mm as I think my handle shipped without the pin...I discovered a bent one in my Cyrano, which I straightened and put back in... not sure HOW these pins become bent as I was carefully pulling it apart, but I'd like to get some stronger 316 or 17-4PH stainless dowel pins to replace it.
The gun is now repressurised but I forgot to measure the length!
So are they exactly 1.5 x 18mm?
The pin need to be spun in a drill and the ends made spherical so they pivot correctly without catching as dowel pins typically only have chamfered ends.
And then to add an adjustment screw in the trigger is the height of stupidity as there is no slack to adjust!