Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by SDplinker, Sep 3, 2018.
So have you not been able to get the reg apart then?
Correct. I was running out of the house and gave the tiny grub a quick try. No go.
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.
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.
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
LOL, it says in German on the label that the F sign should be removed from the rifle when this part is mounted
Oh does that go for 10m gun’s converted to 12 ft-lb? Ooops
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
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.
If your rifle starts low on power on full charge and the power climbs up as the charge pressure drops in the cylinder then your regulator is 100% bypassing
Agreed - replacing the regulator solved everything.