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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2016 3:35 pm 
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Can someone please tell me where to buy one of those Delrin inserts that are particularly used in the articulated cocking linkage on some break barrel Weihrauch rifles?

I've been searching and can't locate a source, but then again all I know is that it's Delrin.

(I've got an HW30S which could use that insert to prevent/minimize the galling on the spring cylinder.)

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Any tough plastic will do, but I'm thinking home-made. I think the one sold is for a 35 and similar models but should still work with a little glue?
Instead of that how about a chunk of toothbrush plastic trimmed to fit in the linkage, but obviously sticking out far enough that only it makes contact with the receiver.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 11:28 am 
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To answer my own question, I found the Delrin inserts here: http://www.airrifleheadquarters.com/cat ... 216416.htm and one is on its way to me. I should have it Monday or Tuesday.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 11:33 am 
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Chevota wrote:
Any tough plastic will do, but I'm thinking home-made. I think the one sold is for a 35 and similar models but should still work with a little glue?
Instead of that how about a chunk of toothbrush plastic trimmed to fit in the linkage, but obviously sticking out far enough that only it makes contact with the receiver.


Good idea to use the toothbrush plastic... I wonder what they're made of and if some brands might be better for this than others. In any case, it's a moot point now because I found where to order the real Delrin insert and I should have it Monday or Tuesday. Yesterday I built a spring compressor so that I'll be ready to install when it arrive. I found out the hard way that if the (break) barrel and linkage is removed, it CANNOT be reinstalled without taking the pre-tension off the main spring. And if the barrel is then attached, my simple clamp isn't long enough or solid enough. Which is why I built the spring compressor. Now I'll be able to install the spring even with the barrel attached.

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