Originally Posted by Conor
Burn, melt, crush, destroy, eliminate and deactivate all spring guns!
The work of satan himself
But I like the damn thing nonetheless.
As all other thing have been replaced my suspicion is also the stock or the barrel. What else?
The original triggerguard is also deformed. The rear attachment of the system in the stock with the zinc die-cast trigger guard is a weak spot in my opinion. I'm thinking about a Rowan brass triggerguard. I don't know how the FT stocks without the rear trigger pin can produce good groups. If I don't set that small bolt at the right tension, not completely tightened and secured with Loctite, the grouping is horrible. And there is little air around the front bolt. I thought this was the reason, but something should have happened when I tapped the system yesterday.
About the barrel, how is the TX200 barrel fixed?
I also thought about the 2 welding spots that fix the barrel block in the system!?
Anybody tried a 77/97 system in an alu-match stock? Some friends suggested so, but I'm afraid if I put a steel system in an alloy shaft it'll make things even worse with the 2 metals expanding differently in changing temperatures.