Question about Crosman Phantom .177 Caliber Break Barrel Synthetic Stock Air Rifle
After inserting and compressing the CO2 cartridge into my Crosman model 1077 RepeatAir CO2 pellet rifle, the CO2 leaks out as if a seal is not making up properly. I am using the recommended CO2 cartridges and I tried it 5 times in case the problem was simply a faulty cartridge. Is this something I can fix/replace or should I find a local authorized repair facility. If a professional repair is needed, where can I find one close to me (Baltimore, MD area)?
You need to check the rubber o-ring seals both in the plug and there could be another up in the gun where the cartridge end meets the inside. If you have a broken o-ring you should be able to find one that fits at your local hardware store or store that sells air rifles. Hope this helps.
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