steyr lg 110 ft

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  1. steve61

    steve61 New Member

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    hi folks, just got my steyr a couple of weeks ago i traded a platinum in and i am having prob lems getting it dead on.i dont know what i am at with the air stripper on it and no idea with the power. is there any one out there who can sort it for me,i have tryed mozzies and exact express, mozzies seem the best but not good enough,ie not pellet on pellet at 35 yards so if you are out there please help. i am willing to do what it takes thank you. ps have been told to ask vinnie the big fella who i do sort of know from the hft winter league,so if you see this vinnie please help
     
  2. saltydog

    saltydog I smell something fishy

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    I know this will sound like telling your gran how to suck eggs but have you give the barrel a really good clean like a bore snake have seen what you described before that sorted it.
     
  3. steve61

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    hi mate those eggs taste lovely,lol.seriously i have cleaned it well but what is that you are talking about the bore snake!!!!
     
  4. g.l.w

    g.l.w Wonky

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    Steve you have a message mate........................:)
     
  5. saltydog

    saltydog I smell something fishy

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    Best described as a very long pull through some have bronze bristles in, really good for getting rid of stubborn build up.
     
  6. CameronWilson

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    Running it over the chrono won't do any harm. It's probably worth checking that the power isn't jumping up and down.

    It might also be worth unscrewing the air stripper to ensure that it isn't clipping the pellets.

    It there ANY movement when the shot is released?
     
  7. James0807

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    Sounds to me you need to get the brass out and give the barrel a good rodding!

    Cheers.
     
  8. fireblade

    fireblade Team AirArms

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    Use a marker felt tip pen and colour the inside edge of the muzzle then shoot a few pellets, you will see in a few shots if the pellets are clipping the muzzle end, it is a very close fit.
     
  9. Peter Montanez

    Peter Montanez Be Excellent!

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    Check to see if the Stabliser is adjusted properly, I've been told if it is not the gun will not group.

    You also need to chrono it to make sure it is not the valve that needs replacing,
    also need to make sure the hammer is not fouled with dirt/lubricant.

    These are all things I've been told about re my LG110 & am in the process of sorting.

    Good luck.
     
  10. Knockedover

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    You have a PM :)
    All the best
    Vince :)
     
  11. Scoch

    Scoch HOW!!!

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    Vinnie,

    Someone wants you! Thats cute!

    :eek:
     
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    And for a change its not you Steve ;)
     
  13. steve61

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    hi all thanks for all your help,is the stabiliser the screw going on to the barrel?what a numpty .
     
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  15. Peter Montanez

    Peter Montanez Be Excellent!

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    All service movies here http://www.steyr-sportwaffen.at/movies/index.html

    Right hand column.... Removing the stabilizer & Checking and adjusting the stabilizer

    The stabiliser is inside the bolt... fairly easy to adjust, don't grip the spring with pliers, fingers only.. follow instructions on movie ....
     
  16. raygun

    raygun Non member

    As an aside.

    I can only be very impressed with these video's that Steyr have done.

    Other manufacturers should take note and produce similar.

    ATB
    Ray.
     
  17. Dave Ramshead

    Dave Ramshead England HFT Team squatter

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    other manufacturers would have to stop using shearbolts etc

    cute way of increasing their servicing departments turnover though... all in the interest of safety of course:D
     
  18. steve61

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    hi all , thought you may be interested to hear i have just recieved a new port hole i have to send the orginal one back to steyr as there as been a problem with them. i wonder if that was my problem as well,i hope so.can any one tell me what the problem could of been. cheers all i will let you know if there is a marked improvement.

    many thank

    steve
     
  19. Scooby

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    If the new one is Silver in colour you won't notice an improvement, you will however notice a massive drop off in the number of shots you get from a fill as the Silver one has a much smaller hole through which the air flows.

    On a lot of guns a restrictor will keep the restricted air in the cylinder/reg but the Steyr restricts the air after it has left the firing valve so there is a lot of wasted air escaping into the action.

    This Silver valve is just Steyr playing lip service to Anti Tamper, most people drill the hole out anyway to return it to the same size as the original black transfer port
     
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  20. steve61

    steve61 New Member

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    port hole

    hi scooby

    this new one is brass and as a slightly smaller hole than the first one,why would they want to swap them.
     

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