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Old 9th August 2012, 05:13 AM
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nemesis nemesis is offline
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Don't what ever you do remove any metal from the cylinder itself,or attempt to strip it without the proper tools as it will be dangerous.
The problem isn't with the gauge on your cylinder,it's what it screws onto the gun which is called the regulator.
If you are familiar with your gun then all you need to do is take off the regulator(four cap screws) and rotate it untill the gauge is in alignment with the barrel.
If you don't know how to do it yourself then take it to your local gunsmith.It won't cost much as it is relatively
easy to do.Hope this of help to you.
Forgot to mention,there's some styer tutorials on utube that will help you if you want to have a go yourself.
Let your shooting do the talking.
It's not the aim and release that decided the shot, it's the preparations.

Last edited by nemesis; 9th August 2012 at 06:52 AM.
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