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How much is value of gun


You should indicate the make and model of the gun you want to buy.

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Apr 24, 2015 | Optics

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How much is the value of a gun


You should indicate the make and model of the gun you want to buy.

Maybe you can get some interesting information from this website:
http://gundata.org/details/gun/7/pistols/beretta-px4-storm-compact/

Apr 24, 2015 | Optics

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How do you load a Marksman .177 BB pistol & does it require a co2 cartridge and if so where does it attach to the pistol?


most dont i have one but pull down the barrel and put a bb in it then pull it back up take saftey off then u should be able to shoot

Nov 26, 2012 | Marksman 177 Cal, 5.1 Grains, BB...

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I have a crossman 1377 (177) cal pellet pistol. Is it ok to shoot BB'S in this gun? Does it damage the rifling in the barrel? Thanks, Gary


yes it safe to shoot bb,s in the 1377 pump pistol,i have 3 of them they actually shoot true'er and with more vilocity

Sep 19, 2011 | Crosman 1377 177 Single Shot Air Pistol

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I have a Beretta PX4 Storm Compact. I lost what they call the central block/slide absorber. Is that two parts or one? I see part # 913-101-237 (Factory #C5B886) (cam block px4 SD) and Part # 913-100-749...


Hello there,
You need to get both of them john_ulrich, if you replace just one, it will not work except you replace them both. They work together.
Hope this advice helps. All the best Elect_Comp

Sep 12, 2011 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Older Crosman 1377 Air Pistol. Believed to be bad seals. I'm told I can buys the seals from plumbing supply store and fix is easy to do myself with no experience. True?


Yes. This is as simple as replacing O-rings and seal bushings. you may get out for less than $5 worth of supplies. Just be sure to label everything as you take it out of the gun and lay out the parts in the order you removed them. this will make reassembly MUCH less painful. Oh yeah.... remember to clean and oil the parts as you put them back in.

Apr 11, 2011 | Crosman 1377 177 Single Shot Air Pistol

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My crosman 1377 won't pump up. Is there a replacement part available for this problem?


The pumps seal is bad so take it apart and cut a piece of leather out to fit
Coat the leather with Vaseline and it will operate just fine for you

Jun 07, 2010 | Crosman 1377 177 Single Shot Air Pistol

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Air pistol c02 replacement


Well that takes me back! I have an old Daisy 1200 -- essentially the same pistol in a different brand.

My Daisy has a hand-turn screw to hold the CO2 cartridge in place, and you have to tighten it quickly until the leaking stops. It does this by pressing the cartridge up against a nylon washer to form a seal (and of course pushing it into the piercing pin to get the CO2 out!)

With age, I'd expect that nylon washer to get stiff or crack, making it harder to form a good seal. You don't need an exact replacement part, but if that's happened to yours then you will need to replace it with something more-or-less the same size as the original.

May 30, 2010 | Crosman 1377 177 Single Shot Air Pistol

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