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pntbllmn 10-23-2012 11:05 PM

Rebuilding a Spyder Xtra- Need Help
 
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Hey I am relatively new to the sport and I just picked up a cheap Spyder Xtra missing the bolt system. I have been searching for the bolt but I can find any for the 2003 model of the Xtra. If anyone can give me some pointer that who help a lot. I have attached some pics if it will help.

heinous 10-23-2012 11:16 PM

you need one bolt with a long tail for rear cocking.

long like this one http://www.ansgear.com/ProductDetail...CSBOLT&click=8

you're missing everything else: striker, main spring, striker buffer, spring guide, a little silver disc that protects the spring guide, and the entire back plate with the quick strip pin that holds it in place and a little paper clip thing that keeps the quick strip pin in place.

unless you search really hard for cheap parts, you might end up paying more for them than if you just bought a working spyder.

lmartin 10-24-2012 01:59 AM

You may need to call ANS so someone can walk you through everything you need.

The bolt that heinous linked you would work.

Plus You will need a striker, buffer, main spring, spring guide, flat disc, striker plug, disconnect pin and pin lock.

Get a rebuild kit while you are at it.

If you get stuck on assembly and need help, call our main office and press 0 for the operator and ask her to get you a tech.

pntbllmn 10-28-2012 08:17 PM

I have been search around for the parts and most of them can be found cheap, however I can't find a striker. I have found hammers but I'm not sure if their the same. Once I find all the I'll put the links on her so I can get some input on part quality.

lmartin 10-28-2012 08:22 PM

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Originally Posted by pntbllmn (Post 2518386)
I have been search around for the parts and most of them can be found cheap, however I can't find a striker. I have found hammers but I'm not sure if their the same. Once I find all the I'll put the links on her so I can get some input on part quality.

Kingman calls them strikers, I think the rest of the world calls them hammers. We don't use the word hammer for that part because we called a gun a hammer.


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