Question about Crosman Phantom .177 Caliber Break Barrel Synthetic Stock Air Rifle

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My gun fell apart

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

4,422,433

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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Sell it to me to fix my gun I need the left grip and the rotory cylinder magazines Do you have these items?

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