Steyr Cleaning.

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  1. fudge-1200

    fudge-1200 New Member

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    I have just purchased a Cocking Lever and Roller kit to replace the original, on my LG-100 while I have the gun stripped down I would like to clean it, The springs etc look quite clean but no doubt there is a lot of fine particles of dirt in there, I have read posts about polishing various parts, Could someone please give me a detailed list of what to clean and polish also tell me how to do it, materials etc.
    Gary.
     
  2. blacklab

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    hi gary theres a thread on this steyr page by agent xxx if gun is stripped polish hammer and the springs that u find if that dont work I,ll buy it off you for a fiver
     
  3. fudge-1200

    fudge-1200 New Member

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    Just found it. I was sweating going round Nelson on Sunday, I repaired the cocking lever and it seemed ok but every time I pulled the lever back I was expecting it to go, That is my excuse for my score:eek:.
    Gary.
     
  4. fudge-1200

    fudge-1200 New Member

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    If it doesn't work right after shelling out for this kit, you can have it for a £1:rolleyes:
     
  5. blacklab

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    hi gary what happened to the cocking lever
     
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    One minute it was ok, the next it was us when I pulled the trigger the lever would spring out from the breech and I was getting a blowback of air, stripped it down twiddled with it and put it back together and it was fine but I was recommended to replace the arm and bush with the new type, it has a roller bearing in it because this was not the first time it has done this to me not great if you are in the middle of a comp, so I am in the process of fitting the new one.
    Gary.
     
  7. blacklab

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    hi gary check the to see if the barrell has moved forward or the triger block might have moved, failling that ill have it for 1.50 or its what you said it is the bearings or wear in cocking lever
    gary
     
  8. fudge-1200

    fudge-1200 New Member

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    Hiya Gar.
    The Bolts were loose in the block, tightened them and it was fine again.
     
  9. tugg

    tugg itchy trigger finger

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    the cocking lever can be sharpened up a little with a dremel or file to get you out of trouble . there is another thread about this on the steyr page.
     
  10. peter b

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    Hi Gary,
    Where did you purchase the kit from.
    Regards Peter
     
  11. fudge-1200

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    Hi, Have sent you a PM.
    Gary.
     

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