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    Default WTF does this screw come from?

    Has anyone seen this on/in any air rifle...ever?

    I found it on my office floor, and have no idea where it comes from.

    It DOES look very important, so not my mild OCD has kicked in and I am concerned.

    About 8mm long, stainless steel.

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    CZ200 screw from the bolt?
    The one that sticks out the left of the breech and pivots down to hook the hammer back when you are loading.
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    pacemaker speed adjustment....
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    Def not a bolt from a CZ200.

    Probably from a piece of office furniture. My bet is on a bolt from the locking arm on a set of lockable drawers.


    Quote Originally Posted by Bludlust View Post
    Has anyone seen this on/in any air rifle...ever?

    I found it on my office floor, and have no idea where it comes from.

    It DOES look very important, so not my mild OCD has kicked in and I am concerned.

    About 8mm long, stainless steel.

    https://www.airrifle.co.za/imagestor...antscrew-1.jpg
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    Hw rekord trigger adjuster? Then again stainless - no��
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    Trigger set screw on a Record looks a bit like that but coloured gold....

    In office context; most likely a locking pin from a lockable set of drawers...see pic attached.

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    Power adjuster on the new 220volt big boy 2000
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    Quote Originally Posted by JXV View Post
    Trigger set screw on a Record looks a bit like that but coloured gold....
    Only on some models, others are silver.
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    This screw is 2mm x 8mm, so not a trigger adjustment screw.

    I'm just worried it came out of the Pulsar. Can't find any reference online that points to this.


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    If you're in a hurry to find out where it's missing from, throw it away. If you cannot sleep tonight worrying about where your screw comes from, consider the fact that you might have brought it into your office in the tread of your shoe soles and that somewhere, somebody is wondering why his atomic clock stopped working. The fact that it is stainless and not inferior material is disconcerting though.
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    I shot with a Daystate for a while, it is the accuracy actuator screw. Without it your scores will be very kak, now looking at Saturday's score............
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    looks like the little screws that hold computer cables in place
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    Quote Originally Posted by DvdM View Post
    If you're in a hurry to find out where it's missing from, throw it away. If you cannot sleep tonight worrying about where your screw comes from, consider the fact that you might have brought it into your office in the tread of your shoe soles and that somewhere, somebody is wondering why his atomic clock stopped working. The fact that it is stainless and not inferior material is disconcerting though.
    Now that is an answer!

    Huzzit Derek... LONG time!
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    I've become a lurker, nothing happening here passes my beady eye Blud I'm still shooting the most accurate ultimate rifle, sadly no longer commercially available, so all I can do is watch in amusement how everybody is bickering and buying and selling and faffing with air rifles trying to get to their 'ultimate' rifles
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