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Thread: Rws 34

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    Rws 34

    I've had this for about a year, for an air gun, I like it! It has the good trigger. At first, I put a cheap red dot on it I had laying around. It actually worked pretty well. I bought a cheap Leeper 4x scope, used their rings. They seemed to tighten up well. When I went to sight in, I noticed the action was loose in the stock, the rear screw was loose. I removed it and the two front side screws and took the action out. Fairly simple inletting, round butt end of the action. I was wondering if any bedding to this would help? I could pillar the rear, the front screws kind of look like there isn't much to do there. What I did notice, was the fit of the round action to the stock to the rear. It seemed to move around while tightening the screw. Would it benefit from a skim bedding along the length of the action along the sides and the butt end of the action?

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    Yes, bedding will greatly help its accuracy...Springers are very succeptible to loose screws and "air pockets" sround the metal-wood inletting.
    The 34 is one of the best all around guns that are not expensive and have VG quality, If I were going to buy a not too heavy springer that would be the gun I'd choose...
    Make sure you get a good scope designed for tjhe forward heavy recoil of this gun.

    Regards,

    AZ
    Last edited by AZUARO; 05-05-2020 at 11:32 PM.

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    Thanks. I figured it certainly couldn't hurt to bed it. This scope is an air gun scope.

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