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    How to Strip & Service a Sharp Ace....

    anybody have any instructions? Video guide? (wishfull thinking ) Can't find a thing in Google.

    Its 35 years old, I've looked after it. Its not been shot much and probably not at all for 20 years. I had it serviced a couple of years after I got it, but nothing since then. Thinking of dusting it off for my lad for shooting in the 10m shed. Would like to know how to replace seals when the inevitable happens. Still holding are at the moment though!
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    sharp ace

    Just oil the pivot pins in the pump arm & try it, it might just be ok if stored well, always store sharps with one pump in them.

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    Get onto the life hunting (another website name cunningly disguised there), there is a user called Colin G, up at Blackburn, he is a sharp innova and ace specialist. mad keen on them he is. He will be able to tell you what to do or help you in doing it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by junglie View Post
    Just oil the pivot pins in the pump arm & try it, it might just be ok if stored well, always store sharps with one pump in them.
    may i ask why? i have an innova so do i do the same and why with 1 pump in them? chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by WILBA View Post
    may i ask why? i have an innova so do i do the same and why with 1 pump in them? chris

    It's so that pressure is kept on the valve to maintain a good seal...... I think



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    Quote Originally Posted by johnbaz View Post
    It's so that pressure is kept on the valve to maintain a good seal...... I think



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    cheers john. chris

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