Okay first things first the gun is about five six years old or more
i was undoing all the screws to paint all the casing with silver
and i took all the pieces out of it, and i mean ALL the pieces out of it
like man, there is not one singtle piece actatched to one another anymore. now i do have evry last piece but i cant for the life of me fugure out how to put it back together
its a ''crosman 177 cal. pellet gun 357 revolver" i dont think that they make them anymore
i dont know if it matters but the us patent number is
yeah i liked that gun alot so if you could like send me an instruction manual or something that will help me put it back together
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Hello, I'm not sure why you wrote under this other guns listing. The Crosman Phantom .177 Caliber Break Barrel Air Rifle is a single break action pump and it only shoots Pellets. also much nicer than the 760 pump master, but, it also costs more than 2x's as much.
as for your problem with the 760. sounds to me like it was not maintained well. If You have tried this already ( Crosman Pellgunoil® Air Gun Lubricating Oil ) and it did not work. You can assume that little BB gun is probably broken, the air compression chamber have popped a seal most likely.
if You haven't tried that, oiling the gun then I suggest doing that and maybe it's not too late. There really isn't a lot to be done on these cheaper models of BB guns.
if the BB gun is not years old, just purchased, and Amazon buy, or something else cool like you have a wal mart receipt for it or even if you don't have a receipt and you just want to exchange it. ( i will explain that in a minute ) then I suggest you try sending it back.
If You bought it at a store`, you don't have a receipt. do this if you feel you did nothing to deserve this broken gun.
go back to that store and buy another one, exactly like that one. with cash or card. save your receipt, take the gun home, get it out of the package and use it and take care of it according to the directions. in a day or two take the broken one and the box from the new one back to the store and tell them you want a refund and they will credit your card back Or if you paid cash they will give your cash back. This method of return eliminates the possible bad mood or cranky manager that COULD turn your request down because of no receipt.
This is a great answer to your problem isn't it? :O) Hope it helps.
This is a Toughy without knowing anything about it. I have seen them in Pawn shops from 350.00 to 600.00 depending on condition and with what comes with them, a nice old scope that is still usable will bring it up a bit of course. It really depends on how bad you want that particular gun. A Great deal would be around 300 bucks for a usable slightly scuffed rifle with no scope. Problem is sometimes people are just a little more proud of the fire arm than you might wanna pay. If you are the one selling it and you are partial to it enough to have sentimental value in it and you think that makes it worth more, I'd suggest you keep it because the kicking yourself in the rear for years on end every time you see one or think about it is not worth it. If it's just gorgeous and you want to sell it and your sure of that though, I would think 4 to 450 would be a lower amount. Regular Used in good shape 400 is an average and beat up pretty good 325.00 to 375.
Remove the spool, you'll find a little screw by a hex nut, remove the little screw then you can remove the hex nut. by removing this nut you will be able to remove the whole bail assembly. There you'll find the workings of the on/off leaver. There is a fine spring that raps around a brass piece that looks like a washer, looking at it from the side you'll see a grove in it, that is where the spring goes then to the leaver of the on/off control. This spring hardly has any spring to it so don't think it needs a replacement. If the spring is in place check to be sure that the knob isn't striped. Just take the little screw off that holds it in place and inspect it. I hope this helps!
Would like more info - you can post pictures here. The Essex brand was manufactured by a number of companies ie.. Crescent, Harrington & Richardson, and Stevens for distribution by Belknap Hardware Co. in St Louis, and Folsom's retail outlets in N.Y. there is mention of a plant in Kentucky, and New York. Crescent being the most common , operated from 1893 to 1930. There doesn't seem to be any source to pinpoint dates of manufacture by serial numbers. Crescent was a subsidiary of H&D Folsom Sporting Goods, New York. Many of their products were sold through Folsom's retail outlets, but Folsom was also a large wholesale dealer and many Crescent guns were marked with the names or trademarks of other retail chains and even independent hardware stores.
You have a trigger adjustment problem. If you know where there adjusting screws are, just work around it using trial and error until you get a smooth working trigger. If not, then get someone in your gun club to show you how. Worst case senarrio is to take it to a gunsmith.
I don't know if you'll read this but I too Have a Crosman Phanton among other Crosman rifles. You can call Crosman at 1-800-7-AIRGUN for a free breech seal if your rifle is still in warranty (One Year) or e-mail me and I'll send you one at no charge. Don't worry I have several and don't have a problem with giving you one.