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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 12:42 pm 
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Does anyone know how to remove the rear plate that covers the access to the hammer adjustment screw. On the HW100 it's easy enough by just removing two screws. On the HW110 the plate is part of one larger piece that also includes the trigger guard. I removed the one screw holding this piece in place but it won't come off.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 8:54 am 
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For the record in case someone searches for a way to adjust the hammer force on this gun I found a way.
To remove the rear plate assembly you need to remove the screw in front of the trigger guard. Next remove the drift pin shown in the image.
The plate and trigger guard will come right off as one piece. Insert a 4mm Allan wrench in the access hole shown in the image and fit it into the hammer spring adjusting screw.
Clockwise lowers the power. The entire range is limited to 5 turns I believe. On mine it was already as low as it could go so I'll have to turn down the regulator to get it to shoot at 20fpe for FT.
Btw for our UK and other members in countries where there are anti tamper laws there is a plug in the screw that prevents you from inserting a wrench.

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