Returns & Replacements If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase simply return the item or items to us in their original condition* within 14 days of receipt. Once received we will issue a refund or exchange within 7 days. Refunds will be credited to your original payment method. To cancel your order before it has been despatched and to receive a full refund please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org To return an unwanted order please print off and use our returns forms which can be found at Any returned item is your responsibility until it reaches us. P&P/delivery charges are not refundable in any circumstance and we reserve the right to charge a handling fee on returned/unwanted items.
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This is why LOGUN has joined with AXSOR in Sweden. Information in this manual for optimum performance. The LOGUN high pressure pump is a sturdy stirrup type. Logun Pump Seal Kit: Logun Pump Seal Kit.. Fits: FX, Logun & Webley Pump.. 22 x Seals in Total.. (But NOT Logun Combi). With my old Webley Axsor I bought a hand pump. It was about £40. To make one you would need about 600-700 mm of 25-35mm thick wall hydraulic tube. You will have to design the top guide, piston and valves your self. The pump shaft is 12-14mm solid rod and the 'T' handle is equally rugged. Recently purchased second hand gun,webley axsor,it has a air leak and would like to fix it myself proberly a o ring so i need a manual on the gun showing a b. You need a special stirrup pump or divers bottle. Might be an idea to familiarise yourself with the basics of a pcp before you go any further!
For Health & Safety reasons we are unable to process dirty products. The cost of returning faulty goods is not covered under warranty and must be met by you. We will of course send out any repaired / replaced goods postage free.
Returns cannot be accepted on 'in the ear' products for hygiene reasons. If the item you received is not your original order please email us at email@example.com quoting your order number, name, address, details of the product, reason for return and whether you require a refund or replacement. We will then advise on how to proceed with the return. Postage costs are paid by the buyer unless pre-arranged with the seller.
I've been trying to do some digging in the various forums looking for a strip-down manual and spare parts guide for an RWS stirrup pump. I initially thought it might be a rebadged Hill pump but the internals (I can get to) are not quite the same.
I then looked at a Webley pump and emailed them only to be told that they haven't made pumps for RWS. I found the RWS website (German one) and have sent them an email about 4 days ago but I have not received a reply. I've also emailed the RUAG Uk site (found from the psotcode on the pump) and have not yet heard back from them, but they don't even list the pump on their website. So does anyone have an RWS strip-down and rebuild manual, or know who sells O ring kits etc for them? Pikkes of my pump: Regards, Phil. I've had an RWS pump that looks identical to your's for over 7 years and (touch wood) I've had no problems with it. As far as I know they're identical to one of the FX pumps (and the Webley - Webley never made pumps but re-badged other maker's stuff, like they do with their guns now ).
There was a stripdown post on here a while ago - you can open them up but you need to lock the tube in a vice (wrap it in cloth or something to protect it) then use a wrench on the nut. I haven't got a clue where you'd get an o-ring kit from, but hopefully I'm about to find out! Hope this helps, Rob. Thanks Rob, If it's a rebadged Webley, then who makes the Webley and what is that rebadged from??? If it's FX, do you have any links to their manuals etc? I've opened it up as far as the 1st inner tube but can't see how to get to the fine rod assembly (5mm rod). There is a brass end at the top (through which the rod goes) and a hex (nut?) at the base end.