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Old 11-24-2014, 02:43 PM #1
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Question Anyone that will work on older pumps?

I have an older WGP sniper 2 pump that hasn't been fired since 2003. I sent the Palmers reg in to have it serviced and I've changed every O-ring and part I could get to. The problem is I can not get to the cup seal because I cant get the hammer out, it seems the Allen screw on top is stripped. Can anyone help me get here or is there anyone I can send the gun to? Thanks for any help guys.
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Old 11-24-2014, 08:35 PM #2
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Where do you play at? I'm in Columbus and play in Atlanta regularly. I might could help.

If anything look up Adam Cable of Vital modifications. He does spot on work.

You might be able to locktite an allen key in there and let it sit so you can get enough torque on it. Maybe add some oil to it. Could just be seized up.
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Old 11-24-2014, 08:38 PM #3
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Try super_stanchy
You can pm on here or this is his facebook
He did some work for me on a cocker a while back, pretty good guy
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Old 11-24-2014, 08:42 PM #4
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Is SSC still taking work? I thought I read somewhere on McB that he kinda went AWOL.

He does do pretty good work though.
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Old 11-24-2014, 10:06 PM #5
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Is SSC still taking work? I thought I read somewhere on McB that he kinda went AWOL.

He does do pretty good work though.
I think he still owes people parts too.
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if you have a dremel you can slot the sear lug from underneath and then use a slotted screw driver to turn it in to the body enough to get the hammer out.

It shouldn't take more then 20 or 30 minutes

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Old 11-25-2014, 01:45 PM #7
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I thought about using a dremel to completely remove the lug and just replacing the part entirely I just have to make sure I can order a replacement first
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Old 11-25-2014, 06:06 PM #8
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If you don't want to risk chopping into your body with a dremel there is another method, in fact I've done it myself a couple of times, but you'll need 4 things:

A Drill Press, or someone who has one.
A set of easy outs (spiral flute extractors). These can be purchased for under $20 in most hardware stores.
A center punch.
Any reliable guide on extracting broken or stripped bolts. Keep in mind that a lot of them will suggest the use penetrating oil, such as PB Blaster- over time these will break down orings, loctite, and just about anything that isn't metal.

You should be able to order a new hammer or hammer lug off of any site that still sells cocker parts, or look in the BST here. Worst case scenario you'll have to order a new hammer (they all SHOULD come with a new hammer lug).
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Is SSC still taking work? I thought I read somewhere on McB that he kinda went AWOL.

He does do pretty good work though.
Within the last year I sent him a gun needing some threading redone and a barrel to bore for inserts. Took two, maybe three weeks from me shipping to me receiving and he did excellent work
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Old 11-28-2014, 10:11 AM #10
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I thought about using a dremel to completely remove the lug and just replacing the part entirely I just have to make sure I can order a replacement first
If using a bolt extractor, like Paperboy suggested, fails, that would be your next step.
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Old 12-02-2014, 10:39 AM #11
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Try super_stanchy
You can pm on here or this is his facebook
He did some work for me on a cocker a while back, pretty good guy
Definitely do not do that, he's screwed a bunch of people over.

Like others said, use a dremel to slot the lug for a screwdriver. I also just dremeled the lug off one too, hammers are pretty easy to come by.
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