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Dose a benjiman rifle with air bottle have a rubber seal where bottle screws in
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Springs tend to loose their performance after a few years is air rifles. Check also the seal/o rings on the piston rod and the blow hole. I found waxing it with Vaseline makes it last longer and seals more.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
I couldn't find the model 317, But crosman bought benjamin, sheridan. Check it out.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
I presume you've solved this problem by now. But for future reference, the Marauder "Owner's Manual" explains why this may happen, and how to solve this problem!
"TIP: If your airgun is being filled from completely empty (zero pressure) the tension of the hammer pressing against the valve may keep the valve open which will cause air to leak down the barrel. This is most likely to happen with a gun tuned for a high fill pressures, where the hammer spring preload is adjusted to a high rate. In the event this occurs try cocking the bolt and leaving it in the rear (fully open) position to eliminate
the force on the valve allowing it to close. Always make certain the airgun is not loaded and there is not a pellet in the chamber."
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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