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    Seals for a Chiappa FAS 6004

    Hi.
    My 6004 is shooting ragged holes at 10 metres...this is not normal I know.
    Someone said its my seals that need replacing??
    If so, is there an easy to follow video to follow so that I can do it myself.
    Also where do I get the seals. I've done it on my hw100ks and aeron brno b96.
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    Its fairly common with these I believe...my AP604 used to leave ragged holes fairly regularly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harvey_s View Post
    Its fairly common with these I believe...my AP604 used to leave ragged holes fairly regularly.
    I don't have a chrono so I can check power..so do you think it could be the seals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muzzie View Post
    I don't have a chrono so I can check power..so do you think it could be the seals.
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    You might get a few extra FPS especially when the seal is new, but these aren't powerful pistols and velocities in the 330-350 region are pretty common in my experience.
    Personally I think the pellets at this velocity can begin to tumble at 10m - but it isn't a huge problem and they still fly to the point of aim it's just you end up with a ragged hole.
    Maybe try a introducing a drop or two of pellgun oil at the breather hole on top of the cylinder as you start to open the top cover...then open it up fully and let the oil get sucked in.
    You don't want a lot - just enough to coat the wiper and help the seals a little.
    Hope that helps...

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    Thanks Harvey..I'll give it a go.
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