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Old 05-22-2010, 04:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tiberius R diagram?

I have a Tiberius R. It came with a t8 diagram for take down but it is not the right one. Do I need to look at a T8.1 or something else? Need some help on this one please
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they tib R is the same thing as a t8. tiberius made a special run of t8's for boondock saints 2 but some of the silver anno'd got blem'd so there is no difference in the R and t8
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they tib R is the same thing as a t8. tiberius made a special run of t8's for boondock saints 2 but some of the silver anno'd got blem'd so there is no difference in the R and t8
Try taking apart the TR with a T8 manual. If they are the same, I have a manual for a different gun. I know they are
similar, but they are not the same accroding to my T8 manual. What about the SA 8? anyone have a link for a diagram.
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The T-R is the same as the SA-8 which can be mostly disassembled with the T8 manual. The differences are the overpressure vent is not adjustable and the reg spring is lighter.

Edit: Where are you stuck? I may be able to help you disassemble more if I know where you are.
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Got the obvious screws out of body. Also the 4+2 in back. Seems to be a metal strip still attached somehow inside that runs inside frame down length of gun that I am stuck on. Also, I know I have to do something with the bolt position on reassemly. Not sure on the details on that
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bolt has to be forward
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Got the obvious screws out of body. Also the 4+2 in back. Seems to be a metal strip still attached somehow inside that runs inside frame down length of gun that I am stuck on.
Sounds like the trigger linkage. Did you push out the pin in the body to release the trigger?

Watch this guy's videos on the T8 breakdown:
YouTube - TiberiusFirstStrike's Channel
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Problem solved. Had to look at a newer manual. Some reason I had an old one that didn't have updates.
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