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PostPosted: Fri Jul 19, 2013 7:52 am 
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Yeah me again with more problems . First the reason why i'm trying to take the barrel out is because after pulling a bore snake true the barrel i ended up with one o-ring in hand after so. I suspect the o-ring to go in front the barrel at breech but i'm not sure about that. Now I can't even take the barrel out and because I never did i'm a little scare of pulling to hard so I need you guys expertise once again. Question :is there an o-ring that goes in front of the barrel? and if so do I need to pull the barrel out to put o-ring back?

My gun is the Hamerli pneuma elite 10 .22cal. This is the one with only one pressure screw to maintain barrel, well thats what I think. You can see two o-ring in the picture below the small one is one of the transfert port just to give you an idea and the other one is the one I suspect to go in front of the barrel. As far as taking the barrel out i've pull as hard as I can and it's not moving a bit. maybe I forget to loosen something or a barrell extractor is needed if that ever exist. I'm leaving the gun a side until i know better :oops:


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Next pic is where I think the o-ring goes but I need some advice here. :?: :?:

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 19, 2013 8:20 am 
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two setscrews hold the barrel clamped.
where the rear sight was you need to remove a total of three setscrews. there is one on top of the other.

barrel should slide out easily.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 19, 2013 9:47 am 
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Got it Walter and yes it slides right out. I also found where the o-ring goes. Funny as I have shoot around 40 round without that o-ring and did not notice anything wrong with the performance of the gun.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 28, 2013 10:53 am 
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My Hamerli started to shoot many flyers wich as never happen before so I disassemble my Hamerli again and wanted to do a good clean up and tune. When I took the barrel out to clean it up I saw that my o-ring (breech side) are almost shot so I need new o-ring for that. Anyone knows the size I need or maybe someone sel's a o-ring kit .Is there anything better ? viton ? buna? and woww i need to do some deburing everywhere. Anything else I should know for a good clean/tune ?

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