Those that have had a regulator play up and/or fail...

Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by SDplinker, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. RobF

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    So have you not been able to get the reg apart then?
     
  2. SDplinker

    SDplinker Pellet testing...yawn

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    Correct. I was running out of the house and gave the tiny grub a quick try. No go.
     
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    Try sitting down at a table and taking your time.
    Running about the house attempting to fix intricate rifle parts in not prudent to good success.
     
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  4. SDplinker

    SDplinker Pellet testing...yawn

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    It was an Allen wrench and a screw. Mainly checking for correct size - it’s a 0.9mm for anyone who needs it.

    Will make sure to sit at a table next time. :)
     
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    SDplinker Pellet testing...yawn

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    Parts arrived. However they forgot to send the striker spring and the allen key striker adjuster. I'm sure they will sort it out.

    In any case - here is what showed up as the 16J "kit". Searching on Google revealed this line item in an Anschutz price list (Excel spreadsheet):
    014863 014863 Druckregler 9015 HP (100 bar) kpl Ersatz geprüft Pressure regulator complete 9015 HP (100 bar) 09015 P4 185.00
     

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    LOL, it says in German on the label that the F sign should be removed from the rifle when this part is mounted ;)
     
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    Oh does that go for 10m gun’s converted to 12 ft-lb? Ooops :D
     
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    In ”How it’s made” on Discovery Channel there was nice short video on the built of the Anschutz 9015.
    The built if the regulator was briefly shown and I made a screenshot of the spring washer setup.
    I count 16 washers is a specific order, appearently to achive around 70bar.
    Also a regulator tool was shown based on a 9015 action block, not a cheap solution ;)
    Regards,
    Rob
     
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    SDplinker Pellet testing...yawn

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    Thanks for that photo. I still plan to attempt to suss out what the issue was.

    In the meantime, 9015 HP reg installed. As-is, fired the rifle, started dump air. Too much hammer tension - my return valve and spring are very light/small. Backed it off - gun running around 810. Turned the reg down about 1/8 turn - works great again! So whatever was wrong was with the regulator. Shooting spot on around 770fps now.

    Designed a reg tool similar to what's posted above. Refining the design but should cost about $120 to produce as a one-off. Could be done much cheaper but need quantity 10 and not sure enough people want one.

    Also - to confirm the 9015 HP reg (at least USA) only available as a kit. The striker/hammer came but they forgot the spring. It's on the way. I don't have the guts to take the new reg apart - going to just enjoy it. But once I have a tester made will attempt to figure out the old regulator.
     
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