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    when i had to adjust the power on my hornet i had to drill one of the pieces that covers the power adjustment screw(well jason did)it got a bit scratched and that blueing stuff doesnt work on it cause it is the wrong type of metal i think.......how can i paint it black again? do i just use normal spray paint or is there something special i could use?

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    if u want ur gun to look like a piece of plastic, paint it black, u could go the long way by sand blasting it down and re-bluing it, but thats a big story, guess its shiny rite, think matt finishes are easier to touch up with that die/blueing, like with my scope!

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    Moose , now that was a drastic thing to do to get down or below FT level !

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    use laundry maker to touch up????

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    broo, it will die that thing one time.... what you must do is get a corner of a cloth, soak it in the aluminium black stuff (hope you bought that one), and you have to keep it one there for like *5 mins*. and you must keep dipping the cloth in the solution so its wet....

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    jason, what aluminium black stuff are you referring too?

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    jason the one i have is perma blue and it doesnt work on that metal

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    they say this rifle will give the s200 a run for its money have alook saw it on the english forum..... http://www.airgunbuyer.com/webnews.asp?ID=333

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    hey look 7 stars

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    I'm sure the BSA Ultra (Ultra Carbine?) only gives 20 shots on a fill though?

    Dinkum little rifle though - well to look at anyways. Did read about a guy testing the prototype on one of the UK forums. Think it was Civvy. {?

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    Hey avion . My BSA Carbine MS high power only gives me 20 shots. Great for hunting !Lot of work if you just want to do a bit of testing (at the bottle every 20 shots)

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    Yeah for hunting no complaints, I mean have you tried to carry 20 pigeons or bunnies? Hehehe - quite heavy I should imagine.

    What happens if you shoot more shots Allan? My power climbs a bit, hence the hold under required - although I'm not very good at judging by now much though.



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    &| Moose and Jason you guys scare me, aluminium black stuff??!!!!!!

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    avion, after shot 20 the regulator can not refil and the remaining air is dumped through the barrel .
    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Sat Jun 11 2005, 12:36AM ]</span>

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    Eventually found that link for the Ultra again...

    http://www.airgunforum.net/agf/index...d74c1ba31077e8

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