You can't. You will have to sell your old air gun, then use the money towards a new PCP air rifle.
To remove barrel, first disassemble gun. Remove magazine by inserting a 1/4" dia punch in the hole in the magazine and unscrew. Now the hard part. Unscrew the action from the barrel. You will need a special barrel vice and a special action wrench to do this - if you don't want to bugger up the barrel and action. The barrel vice needs to accomodate the rib (if installed). It needs to use custom made wooden jaws (for each different barrel). Use rosin on wooden jaws to increase friction. These tools are usually only economical to make if you are in the gun repair business.
By the serial number and features. Dismantle the gun and on the end of the barrel at the stock end is a small square with two letters in it. Go to www.hallowellco.com and you will be able to use this to find the date of the gun. Look under the 'Italy' column.
The Colt 1917 45 ACP revolver serial is most likely located under the barrel or beneath the grips on the gun. This gun was manufactured in the early to mid 1900s for military use. The gun's serial number gives you an idea of when exactly the gun was made.
no! the bka 98 is just for look at, you don't use it ! --- i don't agree i have one that has been used in the civil war, and still has gun powder resuidue in both the barrel and chambers
Yes as seamless is always better
A cold drawn seamless pipe has better dimensional tolerance, a higher surface finish and better mechanical properties than an equivalent hot finish seamless pipe. For applications that can make use of the thinner pipe walls and closer tolerances, a cold drawn seamless pipe is the better option.
The gun shield on a tank is the place where the barrel of the weapon enters the turret from the outside. It elevates with the gun tube (barrel).
You put it through the barrel.
No. They will be too large to fit in the gun or be fired out of the barrel.
probabaly i guess u could
You can use the N-strike Recon CS-6 barrel (good gun, I recommend it)
You don't, you use the barrel code. If you don't have the original barrel you can try calling Remington.
No you can't. almost every different manufacturer uses different types of threading on their barrels. Be sure to check and make sure your barrel is compatible with your gun before buying. Sometimes you can buy small adaptors for the base of your barrel that have one kind of threading on one end, and another kind on the other, so that you can use a barrel that wasn't made for your gun.
a slug is normally use in a shot gun and they are not rifled a gun with a rifled barrel should shoot a Shell that is the same caliber as the gun.
Use a cloth swab threaded through the tip of a gun cleaning rod and swipe it through the barrel. Then take a clean one and do it again until all the oil is removed.