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mine also leaked. took it to a store for repair and cound not do anything. After a year in the drawer, I took it out and took off the grip and then I got a jewelers screwdriver and tightened the gas seal. Now it works.
go to the crossman web site and see if they have a service diagram for that weapon or call their tech department and ask if the can send you a diagram on that model so you have somthing to go by next time take a table put numbers on it and place each piece under a number as you take it apart then just start from the highest number and go backward till you finish it thats ho the army dose it
Light pellets typically perform horrible in break barrel rifles due to their tendancy to fly around
Make sure you have a stiff, tight fitting pellet. Smaller soft pellets also will contribute to accuracy issues as they deform much and can let air escape from around the skirt when fired (called "blo by")