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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:55 am 
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I'm going to get one of those I think, seeing as I doubt if I'll ever have to shoot beyond 25 yards and this scope weighs half as much as the gun!

Also, see the new pic I've added of a trigger mod for the B2 posted below.

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 Post subject: B2 simple trigger mod
PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2007 4:57 am 
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It consists of a 3mm hole drilled into the trigger guard at the point where it bends before the main bolt, a 4mm tap and a 4mm bolt screwed in to take up all extra travel. This results in a MUCH crisper and lighter trigger.

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Nice rifle!!!

Say.......that stock looks a helluva lot like a QB stock.

Curse those resourceful 3rd world communists. LOL :lol: :lol: :lol:


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The good news is that they are now flogging the B2-4 here for £23 and it comes with a really nice stock. I've ordered one in 22 plus an XS B3 which has also made its way into the UK for £50.

I'll post pics when I receive them.

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So the bolt presses against the trigger, taking up all the slack? Cooool.

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Why is this Thread so long and (wide). I have to move over to the right so far it's not funny to read it. This happens in other cases also. Sorry guy's I have to ask :?: By the way sorry about your AG being damaged during shipping. But these BAM Xisico AG's are alright considering there not very expensive. I own one, and my Wife owns one also. There a kool gun for indoors. And if modded or bought in a PAL version would also be good for small game hunting as they have very descent barrels on them also... :shock:

Krazy Mike... :wink:

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ABShooter: Yes, that simple and so effective! - I plan to do it to all my Xs guns, most of them have the same heavy trigger interface. Just have to change the bolt for a shorter one made from brass as it will look better.

Krazy Mike: Not sure mate; they all appear the same to me. I use Mozilla for the net - could it be the browser?

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Mike: I forgot to add that the ones they sell here in the UK are all full power (11ftlb + on the B2 carbine we have).

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I'm also adding to this thread a picture of the fully adjustable sights on the new .22 B2-4 I've purchased together with a pic of its brass screw trigger mod (it now has the B2-1 stock fitted as the new stock seemed to look even better on the .177 carbine - all the B2 parts are interchangeable).

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