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    Default Hatsan Model-95 disassembly

    Anyone have experience with taking apart a Hatsan or two?

    I'm busy stripping one for cleanup, deburring, ram and trigger refining, but I am stuck at taking the last pin out which SHOULD release the spring, spring guide and plastic housing in which the safety is situated.
    When I put it in the spring compressor (careful to only catch the bottom half of the rearward plastic end and not squash the safety), remove the last pin and start turning out the spring compressor, the thing stands still. The end bits plus spring remain inside and doesn't come out.
    What else is holding it in place?> For the life of me I can't find any bit that looks like it is still holding onto the spring. Is there something else that needs to come out first? Like the safety? But how if that last pin is holding it all in?

    This is where I'm at on the disassembly:







    Advice will be appreciated. Thx
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    It is simple friction and tight fit keeping everything in place.
    Take a small hammer and tap the plastic plug. It will come out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mze View Post
    It is simple friction and tight fit keeping everything in place.
    Take a small hammer and tap the plastic plug. It will come out.
    Thanks, Mze.

    I didn't think the "plug" at the end could withstand the strength of that spring...
    Btw, I really luv the heavy duty construction of these Hatsans. If one wants a good project rifle that can take the knocks then I guess these rifles will suffice.

    The cocking arm linkage on this thing could be used as a crank starter for Koeberg. The tube itself could be rifled as a replacement barrel on a Howitzer. ANd the Turkish walnut cricket bat ain't too bad.
    LOL
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    As usual Mze was correct.

    The bugger just needed a little coaxing to push the end bits out when the compressor was turned out.

    Now to relube, tune and reassemble. I think I'm gonna keep the turkish walnut stock as is re. the sealant on it. It looks pretty except for 3 or so scratches near the butt end - will try some of that automotive clear coat repair pen stuff that's supposed to fill the scratch an d then cure in direct sunlight.
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