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Air Rifle Repair Centre

Authorised Daystate & Air Arms Service & Repair Centre


We repair and service air rifles and air pistols. Break barrels, Spring, Pre-charged, PCP and CO2.

We specialise in; Air Arms, Brocock, BSA, Daystate, Hatsan, Webley, Weihrauch and Umarex.

Simply contact the shop to arrange the repair or service. You may also call into the shop with your air rifle or pistol.

Air Arm Service or Repairs are usually turned around within 3-5 workings days.

Other makes of airguns usually take 7 working days to allow for delivery of parts to arrive, if not already kept in stock. And for testing.


Terms of Repair or Service: 

Pricing the job. We can only provide estimates of the potential costs. The cost depends on the part(s) required. Once we have diagnosed the problem we will contact you to agree the work to be done and cost. If we decide not to go ahead a handling fee will be charged prior to the return of your gun. 

If you would prefer the service or repair to be carried out by the manufactuer (Air Arms, Daystate, Weihrauch) we can also arrange this. 

You must be over 18 years of age to collect your air weapon or accompanied by an adult. Identification will be required. We will require your address details and a contact phone number.

Please remove all unnecessary accessories ie, scopes, mounts, silencer / sound moderators. 

If your air rifle is a PCP / pre-charge. We will require the magazine and possibily the fill adaptor. 

If you are sending your air rifle to us. Please book the item in first. Make sure your air rifle is well packed to protect in transit.  Provide your contact details and briefly state the problem. 

An initial deposit may be required before any work is carried out first. 

Once your item is ready for collection we will contact you.

We maintain the right to refuse any repair. 

Andrew Branthwaite with Simon Gibbon (Air Arms) and Tony Belas (Daystate)