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Re: Ruger Blackhawk Elite Parts Diagram
« Reply #20 on: February 27, 2015, 08:50:10 PM »
Hey Blue, I really like that camo stock, in fact I was thinking about doing that to mine, I was going to be the first...YA RIGHT! Did you have that hydro dipped? Looks good. Is it hard to cock with less leverage?

You're right Tim, everything will probably be ok...I always get myself worked up. Taking deep breaths now...
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Re: Ruger Blackhawk Elite Parts Diagram
« Reply #21 on: February 27, 2015, 09:01:21 PM »
Thanks! It's multiple coats of spray paint, hydro dipping seems more accessible now so it's definitely an option.  I like being able to tailor my stuff to local colors/textures.

It's a little more force to cock but not bad.  I practiced on the stock .177 barrel and I think I took 6" or 6 1/2" inches off on that attempt.  That one cocked a little harder than I liked so I backed off when I chopped the .22 barrel.

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Re: Ruger Blackhawk Elite Parts Diagram
« Reply #22 on: February 27, 2015, 09:25:33 PM »
I've got a  Hatsan 155 an 135 take both hands to cock. Haven't shot it yet but my new Diana 470th is gonna' be a two hand cocker I believe.
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Re: Ruger Blackhawk Elite Parts Diagram
« Reply #23 on: February 27, 2015, 09:34:15 PM »
And hydro dipping is rather expensive, there's a kit you can buy and do it yourself, but it costs as much as the refurb RBH.
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Re: Ruger Blackhawk Elite Parts Diagram
« Reply #24 on: February 28, 2015, 08:44:49 AM »
I've got a  Hatsan 155 an 135 take both hands to cock. Haven't shot it yet but my new Diana 470th is gonna' be a two hand cocker I believe.
;) ;D Plenty of protein shakes and you will find it gets easier as she breaks in. All kidding aside once you do it awhile it will become a one handed effort , at least that was so with my D460 which is the same rifle without the thumb hole ;D ;D
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Re: Ruger Blackhawk Elite Parts Diagram
« Reply #25 on: August 05, 2021, 11:31:02 PM »
Where did you buy the barrel for the Blackhawk? Mine is toast, when I insert a .177 pellet there is no resistance and it actually slides down about 2 mm.

Super happy! It's my favorite springer to shoot. Pellet speed is slower (same power plant + larger bore and heavier projectile = slower speed) but the energy output is almost the same.  I have an Airhawk in .177 shooting at 12.8 FPE (832 FPS w/8.3 gr) and the converted BHE shoots at 13 FPE (634 FPS w/14.5 gr) last time I chrony'd them.

Blue loctite on the screws is pretty standard.

Sometimes you can use high see through scope mounts to be able to use both open sights and a scope.  The barrels are the same so if you can find a set of open sights from an Airhawk they should mount right on.  My BHE didn't come with open sights but it did have the mounting holes for the rear sight they just had a plastic button covering the screw holes.

I've heard it can be difficult getting parts from UMAREX (I've only dealt with warranty repairs through them and it took a while).  Mike Mellick of Flying Dragon Air Rifles deals with the XS-25's so any parts you need can probably be sourced through him, you may want to email him to see if he has any open sights he can sell you.

Lubes, springs, and piston seals I get from Jim Maccari of Air Rifle Headquartes.

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Re: Ruger Blackhawk Elite Parts Diagram
« Reply #26 on: August 06, 2021, 01:42:28 AM »
The original posts in this thread are over 6 years old so while there might be something in here to help, you might just post your own brand new thread and get totally up to date replies on how to find what you might need.
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