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Crossman Mark 1 CO2 Pellet Gun

I live in Huntsville, Ontario, Canada.
Any idea where I can get a set of O-rings for my Crossman Mark 1 Target 22?
Ser no. 965342 (about 35 years old or more)
Walter Hogg
walthogg@sympatico.ca

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  • reeta396 Aug 21, 2008

    Can't find where to buy parts for the gun.

  • mistom08 Oct 22, 2008

    I have the same problem for my mark 2 .177 O ring in bottom is leaking out gas.

  • vanminos1 Oct 29, 2008

    I need o rings as well ! My Dad's old gun. Did anyone find replacements or did you have to improvise??

  • walthogg Nov 21, 2008

    Thanks for the correction.

  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    You need a special pair of (reverse) pliers (cheap) to remove the retainer clip to get at that small o-ring..
    walt

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Check out www.mac1.com. Tim can sell you the o-rings or customize your gun to another level (see the LD pistol).

Steve

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  • scordani Nov 21, 2008

    correction to solution:



    web address should be www.mac1airgun.com

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I have a Mark I that I took apart and was able to replace all o-rings with bulk ones found in the hardware store.  However, I could not change the one for the needle in the valve, and it still leaks.
So, you could contact Mac1 out of the US at mac1airgun@att.net.
He would be of help as he modifies these things and has full parts kits available.
Mine is a pre-1975 unit and works well except for the leaking.

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Email crosman...come on guys!

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