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Pump Lever Hangs Down

I have an old Crossman .22 cal pump pellet gun. Can't find model number on it. Has "Crossman Arms Co, Inc Rochester, NY" on one side of receiver and "Crossman"22"" on the other. The pump lever does not want to stay in the "under barrel" position but wants to hang down at about a 45 degree angle which is a little irritating. Can I make an adjustment somewhere to make it stay where it belongs?

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My advice is to search every were till you csan find that exact model and then ask the owner what theres looks like

Posted on Jan 06, 2013

  • Matthew Kurtz Jan 06, 2013

    correction: can find

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I have the same problem, the link spring is broken. 

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Try tighnening the screw or bolt that holds the pump on the gun

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I have a crosman model 380, .22 cal pellgun that leaks when the co2 is inserted and punctured. I cant see any seal or O-ring at the puncture point. What is missing and how can I fix the problem. Matt


I have the same problem and have dealt with guns for 40 years !
I am glad to see that the other folks have some realistic and innovative ideas of how to remedy this problem.
I went to Lowe\'s on a "tip" and found some very small \'O\' Rings for $ 0.87 for two and I am experimenting with them. The first try I couldn\'t crank the screw down far enough to even puncture the CO2 Cartidge. Using a larger screwdriver I finally managed to puncture the cartidge, unfortunately it still leaked but waas a much smaller leak.

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