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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 16, 2010
REMOVE THE FOREARM PUMP ASSY SEE IF THE CUP IS WORN OR SHRUNK
PUT SOME LIGHT OIL ON THE CUP AND SPREAD
IT OPEN AND FLEX IT SOME SO THAT IT SPREADS OUT TIGHTER IN THE TUBE
YOU CAN ORDER PARTS FROM CROSSMAN
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
SOURCE: pelet rifle won't fire
Does it leak out?, pump up?, trigger release anything? What are the symptoms? Anything stuck in the bore? I think Crosman will repair your gun at a fixed price, just get a hold of them and get permission to send it back.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
Some air gun problems are an easy fix, some require extensive presses and jigs to move springs around. Most are not to messed with. I know, I have tried my best to repair an air rifle or two and had to send them back to the company to get them fixed. And there is nothing I can't fix, I have a big machine shop, been gun smithing for years and couldn't fix a little air rifle. Check out this website, it might help you, or steer you in the right direction. ,,,,,,,http://www.airguns.net/faq.php#faq1
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Crosman bought out benjamin / sheridan, and they still repair just all their pump guns. The ring sounds like a piece of a pellet, the barrels are silver soldered to the bottom tube, Not lead. Also, the repair kit should not have too many parts, you can only go so far with those guns before needing special equipment to get them apart. Get a hold of Crosman and tell them that benjamin sent you a bad part. They should fix it.
I had an old Benjamin Franklin in .22 cal, it was just a brass tube with a stock and barrel. I sent it to them, to be repaired, and I wanted the .22, because I had the 5mm and the 177. So I got it back, cost $29, New barrel, in .177, soldered on, new guts, new paint, trigger, bolt, the works.. Brand new gun. I told them I wanted the brass and I wanted the .22, They said oops, sorry. I didn't complain, nice old gun. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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