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Old 9th September 2016, 04:47 PM
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Hi can anyone tell me if Anschutz junior air cylinder will fit a AR20 ft ?

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Don't think so Walther and Hammerli cylinders are the same Anschutz totally different fitment, but I'm no expert
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I think the Hammerli cylinder has an M10x1.5 female thread, the Anschutz tube has a much larger M20x1? male thread, making a new cylinder end for the Anschutz tube would be simple enough though.
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