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Old 10th October 2016, 02:17 PM
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Default Theoben fenman cocking stud

Need help repairing my THEOBEN FENMAN GAS RAM.
The cocking engagement stud has worn out, had two made as per their drawings. I can't see how the new one fits except that it's a push fit into the cocking arm. The rifle is in very good condition so well worth putting right.
Does anyone know who could fix this for me some one has had this problem before.
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Old 10th October 2016, 05:51 PM
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Last time I did one I just knocked the old one out, put a bit of bearing lock on the new one and pressed it in.
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Thanks for reply. I drilled part way on the old shoe then punched out no probs. Used the Dremel to cut the flat section and used metal glue to fit. It's curing as we speak.
When I first got the rifle the spare shoes were out of stock with John knibbs but I see there back now. I had a couple made to theoben drawings by Mick trowmans.
So in the morning after club visit I'll assemble and sell her on unless I like her.
Found this www.dursley.org.uk found very helpful.
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Left glue over night asembled the shoe and cocking arm and voila a FENMAN sweet as a nut.
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Old 11th October 2016, 05:05 PM
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Looks cosmetically to be in excellent condition, what does it shoot like?
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Nice
Nice Fenman as well, should never have sold the one I had
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