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    Theoben Rapid MKII Service Guide

    I thought I'd put together a detailed service guide for the Theoben Rapid MKII as I was servicing my own. This has everything all in one place rather than spread over various separate documents and contains hi-res photos and detailed explanations of the workings of the rifle.

    Might be useful to some...

    https://www.facebook.com/notes/jimmi...8980053199864/

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    Theoben Rapid MKII Service Guide

    Something different for a change from my normal vintage articles. As I have been servicing my Theoben Rapid MKII (has to be collectable right? absolute classic air rifle) I thought I'd put together a detailed service guide for it. This has everything all in one place rather than spread over various separate documents and contains hi-res photos and detailed explanations of the workings of the rifle.

    It might be useful to some...

    https://www.facebook.com/notes/jimmi...8980053199864/

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    Absolutely brilliant guide, thank you 👍😀

    All the best

    Mark

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    Thumbs up

    Great guide , very useful thanks.

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    One of the best strip down guides I've seen in a long time.

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    Very well done

    You should get this on the rapid owners forum as a sticky, I'll will be very useful.


    Thank for taking the time and sharing.


    Bb

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    Wow!!!!

    Couldn't do one for a FX Typhoon too could you?

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by bucketboy View Post
    Very well done

    You should get this on the rapid owners forum as a sticky, I'll will be very useful.


    Thank for taking the time and sharing.


    Bb
    posted there first should be a PDF in Tech dept
    i have downloaded it
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    Well done to all the members of the rapid 7 owners club who provided the information
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    Very useful, thanks...Always been a bit wary of getting inside mine so this will be a great help.
    Last edited by vbull; 16-07-2017 at 11:31 AM.
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    Mod's can this be made a sticky in useful airgun / shooting tips please.

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    Thanks for this most helpful guide.
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    Wow... thanks for the positive responses on this.

    Yes, it is on the Rapid7OwnersClub forum and credit has been given at the end of the article to those on the forum who have helped in my understanding of the rifle.

    I write using the "notes" feature on Facebook... it's free and can be shared easily amongst the groups on Facebook. But unfortunately converting to PDF is not straightforward. I could rewrite in PDF but to be honest, I have a huge backlog of articles to write of the airguns of my collection so I doubt I will get round to it.

    If you are on Facebook, it would be nice if you could "like" the page and perhaps leave a review.

    All the best,
    Jimmie

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    Excellent bit of work, thank you.

    I don't use facebook but it's very simple to save the whole document as a pdf by simply highlighting it all, then right clicking on it and then choosing to save as pdf.

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    Could a kind soul email me this as a PDF as can't seem to save the whole thing.

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