Question about Crosman (4032)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can look in your manual that you got with the gun and it says that you can send it in to crosman with $14 and they will send you a different gun. Yes they are used but they still work.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
SOURCE: Crosman 2104 Air Rifle
i had the same problem with my 2100. you would have to take it apart. the barrel is held in place with a small allen bolt. you would remove the bolt and slap some locktight on it and retighten. that should solve your problem but i would think twice before taking it apart cuz its kind of tricky getting it back together and I would replace any seals while you have it apart. good luck
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Look up the correct model (it depends on when your gun was made) and download the manual. Once you've identified the parts you need, just call or email crosman with your credit card in hand and they'll get you squared away.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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
The following webpage has some excellent assembly pics and directions for this model:
This page should be enough to help you reassembly the gun. I found another web page that has various manuals, which might be of use to you, also:
Good luck, and hope this gets you fixed up.
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
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