Re: bought a newwprosport fitness ball from Target. no...
You just use a pump with a pointy nozzle, even an air compressor with the tip for inflating rafts and inflatables. You should fill it with enough air so that it is firm when you sit on it, but it should still have about 2" of give. (knee's @ a 90 degree angle when sitting on the ball). Hope this helps!
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To watch an instructional video follow this link http://youtu.be/WnU8XSEhfCU or read the instructions below. To pump up your basketball you will need a ball needle and a hand pump. Insert needle and pump the ball to the specs listed below.According to NBA rules, the pressure inside a basketball must be between 7.5 and 8.5 lbs. You can use this as a guide for your own basketball pressure. Another simple test is to drop the ball from shoulder height. It should bounce to a height approximately even with your hips. When inflating the ball, use a small pump and pressure gauge. Avoid using high pressure pumps made for cars and motorcycle tires, which can easily over-inflate and damage your ball.
You can Google it and find a stock to suit you, buy it and either fit it yourself or get it fitted. That is what I did to replace the stock on my target rifle. I live in Australia and i bought my stock from America. OR you can take it to a gunsmith and he will do the lot for you. Then there is the ultimate way, where you hew it out of a piece of wood yourself and fit it, but if you were able to do that, I doubt if you would be asking questions here.
put a thin layer of grease in the bearing race/concave part where they go. If they have a retainer pop each ball back into the retainer, test fit all before grease goes in. Make sure that it all fits smoothly, and snug not too tight. If the balls themself are out of the retainer they will pop back in fairly easy and the retainer can also be bent back into place to keep the ball bearings in place.