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Chris Oldfield
(@kyairgunner)
Joined: 1 year ago
Posts: 25
April 7, 2019 16:22  

I ended up needing a spring compressor to take a rws Diana 54 apart.  That gun is pain to work on.  Anyway, it was easy after I made this.  Guess I made it a little fancier than it needed to be, but want to be able to use it on other (or any) spring gun in the future.  The 54 had a large air tube, so I figure I will just make split bushing to fit smaller gun as needed.  The acme threaded rod and nut came off a damaged C-clamp.  I cut the threaded part of the clamp off and turned it down to a stepped bushing that I pressed into the aluminum block.  Made the tube length adjustable with quick remove push pins.  Had to make a special piece to fit aft end of the gun.  chris

 

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Chris Oldfield
Independence, Kentucky 41051
859-750-3510
kyairgunner@hotmail.com


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DavidEnoch
(@davidenoch)
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Posts: 213
April 7, 2019 19:41  

Very nice.  Good work!

David Enoch


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marflow
(@marflow)
Joined: 1 year ago
Posts: 523
April 16, 2019 23:37  

the black parts are delrin??? 

and fancy yes it is, first class fancy 

and i two like a small brass hammer but mine has just a wood handle 

 

Mike


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emveepee
(@emveepee)
Joined: 1 year ago
Posts: 33
April 17, 2019 11:10  

Well done! Oh to have that talent. The bottom pic...aluminum block with the grooves??  


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Chris Oldfield
(@kyairgunner)
Joined: 1 year ago
Posts: 25
April 18, 2019 20:54  

The Black parts are delrin.  Figured it was the best thing to not mark up the guns.   I made to handle for the hammer out of metal so I could try out a new to me knurling tool.  It worked out pretty good I thought.  I like to do projects to force me to learn more.  Like the hammer..  I spend 5 hour on it.  Don't tell know one....lol    The big metal block was a part I had to make to fit the end piece of the diana 54.  It was made to be removable and only needed on the one gun. 

Chris Oldfield
Independence, Kentucky 41051
859-750-3510
kyairgunner@hotmail.com


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