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Things I liked:Unlike the original seals from Germany, these are not natural rubber. The original M80 seals turned to mush. Just like other German seals. on original Germany toys that I own. Great workmanship but very poor choices for seal material. This kit had synthetic seals... that should last my lifetime. After about 50 rounds.. it settled in to a nice ragged hole and the speed of the pellet increased enough to affect elevation settings. So these new seals are great... Very happy with results. I was almost ready to toss the M80.
Things I would have changed:Include a detailed instruction manual. It is not intuitive. After days and days of searching on the web, I found a some what helpful instructions. However, they left out many stages of the proper way to open the pistol up.. and especially re-assemble it. One seal was about 4 millimeters too long. Fortunately an Exato knife solved that issue. So... the big issue is no instructions.
What others should know:They fit the M80, except one seal was about 3millimeters too long. Also, It comes with no instructions. The Feinwerkbau web site only had a parts diagram.. and trust me on this... it will not help you in determining the proper procedure for dis-assembly and re-assembly. Not a reason for not doing it yourself... but be warned if you have never done it.....there is a learning curve.
Things I liked:These are a perfect fit. I have replaced the seals on both a Feinwerkbau 65 and 80 with no issues.
Things I would have changed:Offer these seals with a compression ring and FWB grease.
What others should know:Two of the seals can be replaced very easy. The 3rd (or bumper) you need to take your air pistol apart. I did it with the directions I found on the internet. If you are not comfortable take the pistol a gunsmith.
Things I liked:New seals for my vintage Feinwerkbau 65 made it new again. Still a pleasure to shoot and very accurate. Installed them without much fanfare.
Things I would have changed:A good seal is a good seal, whats to change.
What others should know:Video directions might be nice.