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Old 5th July 2013, 03:04 PM
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Originally Posted by raygun View Post
Hi Rich,
I've had one for a number of years and it's never yet gone over 12FPE.

Then again it's not got AT on it

Ditto. It's an older one.

The only issue with them really* is the thick grease that HW insist on slathering over all the mechanism. In cold weather the power drops and in warm conditions it gets much thinner and power climbs, also it beds in. Just speculating but in addition to components generally wearing in together, some of the grease finds its way off the hammer shuttle into other areas, and power climbs. The single best thing you can do to these IMHO is degrease the action and lube sparingly with a light oil.

* Well that and the fact that all bar the early ones are not easy to adjust to compensate.
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Originally Posted by Ratinator View Post
Why not take it back to daystate?
route planner say's it'42 mile from Derby.
Hi, yeah, the rifle is a Weihrauch, but I'm a big fan of your icon!! favourite film that!!
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