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I have a Crossman 357 177cal. Pellet gun.. The problem I have is the the clip securing the barrel shut has lost a spring and the barrel is not securing itself shut.. You can touch the top of the barrel and it opens.. Who can I contact so I can get it fixed.. Thanks marshallbradley@peoplepc.com

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I put a little piece of wire under the clip,which holds it up.

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