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    Help needed Air Match mod 600 pistol

    Hi Iím after a bit of help/advise on how to remove the valve section at the rear of the pistol and also there is a pin that protrudes from the piston part that goes into the barrel sleeve on my Air Match mod 600 side lever target pistol, I was given the pistol by a friend as a non working project the seals have gone and need replacing itís all stripped apart from I canít get the rear valve section out and the little silver coloured pin that holds the side lever into the compression tube? So any help on how to get this final part stripped is gratefully received

    Cheers Andy

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    Here is my mate Baz
    Hope you are well Andy

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    Andy, the valve unit at the back unscrews from the main body. It is a thin casting so be careful. As far as I can remember the pin on the cocking lever just taps out.

    Baz

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    Pistol

    Iím good thanks mate I hope you are too, thanks for the info I wouldnít of guessed the rear valve unscrews from the main part of the body so thatís a great help
    The other thing Iím stuck with is the little silver pin that goes through the side lever cocking linkage into the main body tube it only sticks up around 5-6mm and canít be tapped out as there is no hole underneath the body to put a punch in there Iíve tried gripping it wit pliers just to see if it turns do I could pull it out but no chance, I also need to remove this to get at the seals on the piston
    Thanks a lot

    Andy

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    Iíve now got the pistol totally stripped and most of it is still n really good condition apart from the end has broken off a little slide that goes from the barrel to the rear of the valve bodydont know if it has anything to do with cocking the trigger mech or not?
    And Iíve noticed a small hole at the rear of the valve body with a little steel flap above it that moves up n down air just gushes out of this hole when I push the piston forward and cover the transfer port so I presume something is missing from that but donít know what it is, so if anybody can help with with these two issues itís much appreciated

    ATB Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by airgunner.177 View Post
    Iíve now got the pistol totally stripped and most of it is still n really good condition apart from the end has broken off a little slide that goes from the barrel to the rear of the valve bodydont know if it has anything to do with cocking the trigger mech or not?
    And Iíve noticed a small hole at the rear of the valve body with a little steel flap above it that moves up n down air just gushes out of this hole when I push the piston forward and cover the transfer port so I presume something is missing from that but donít know what it is, so if anybody can help with with these two issues itís much appreciated

    ATB Andy
    Andy, I am sure the little steel flap should close off when the dry fire lever is switched over to live fire position. The dry fire position dumps air so there is no compression on cocking for trigger practice only.

    Baz
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