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Parts for Tech Force Air Rifles

Archer Airguns has a range of parts available to fit Tech Force air rifles.

Tech Force is the brand name used for many airgun products imported from China by Compasseco Inc. Following Compasseco's purchase by Pyramydair, Pyramyd became the owner of the Tech Force brand and still sells some Tech Force models. Tech Force airguns usually are designated with the initials TF and a number, eg TF78.

Almost all Tech Force air rifles were manufactured by the Shanghai Airgun Factory and branded with the Tech Force name. Tech Force guns are otherwise identical to the Industry Brand models manufactured by Shanghai Airguns. As Archer Airguns sells parts for many Industry Brand air rifles, these parts will also fit the corresponding Tech Force models.

So, if we know the appropriate Tech Force and Industry Brand model names, understanding what parts are available becomes much easier. Here’s how some of the more popular models match up. Note that sometimes the TF number matches with the QB number, but others have quite different - even confusing - number differences.

Here's some examples (click on the links to go directly to the parts pages):

Listed below are a number of "generic" Tech Force parts that have been used in many Tech Force air rifles over the years.

Please do NOT order parts kits if you do not know what you are doing and understand how the gun works. Considerable danger - or even death - can be caused to you and others if you re-assemble the gun incorrectly. Archer Airguns will not be held responsible for any consequences resulting from attempted repairs to airguns. You will be asked to electronically sign a disclaimer before your parts kit order can be accepted.

Archer Airguns cannot provide telephone or email support to help you fix your gun, even if you decide to use our parts kits. Sorry.

SAFETY WARNING!

All spring-powered air rifles contain a very powerful spring that can cause serious injury if the gun is disassembled incorrectly. Many parts can only be replaced or changed if you have a suitable airgun spring compressor available (not sold by Archer Airguns).

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN AIRGUN SPRING COMPRESSOR AND KNOW HOW TO USE IT SAFELY, DO NOT ATTEMPT ANY WORK ON A SPRING/PISTON AIR RIFLE. DO NOT EXPERIMENT OR ATTEMPT TO LOOSEN OR ADJUST ANY SCREW OR BOLT ANYWHERE ON THE GUN AT ANY TIME UNLESS YOU ARE AWARE OF ITS FUNCTION AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF YOUR ACTIONS.
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