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Co2 cartridge leaks when inserted,

What size seal does it take

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SOURCE: After inserting and compressing the CO2 cartridge, the CO2 leaks

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.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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Hi, I am trying to remove a brand new CO2 cartridge I just put in a new Gamo PT-85 Blowback pellet hand gun. As I'm unscrewing it, gas is leaking out. HELP.


Hello K Brink,

Kind of like deja vous (all over again )...
Pretty sure: This is the same Question I answered
yesterday (no / yes? ).

There is no going back... Once the CO2 cartridge is
pierced... there is no way to salvage the cylinder
until it is FULLY expended...

If you unscrew the chamber the CO2 will ALL be released.

Just ONE word... If your cylinders are depleted... ALWAYS
check that the SEALING O-ring stays with the hand-gun.

Just make sure yur SEALING RING is still in the "gun"
and NOT STUCK to the ... co2 CARTRIDGE.

I am just saying...

((been there... Done that))...

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Hi, I am trying to remove a brand new CO2 cartridge I just put in a new Gamo PT-85 Blowback pellet hand gun. As I'm unscrewing it, gas is leaking out. HELP.


Hello K Brink,

There is no going back... Once the CO2 cartridge is
pierced... there is no way to salvage the cylinder
until it is FULLY expended...

If you unscrew the chamber the CO2 will ALL be released.

Just ONE word... If your cylinders are depleted... ALWAYS
check that the SEALING O-ring stays with the hand-gun.

Just make sure yur SEALING RING is still in the "gun"
and NOT STUCK to the ... co2 CARTRIDGE.

I am just saying...

((been there... Done that))...

Carnac the Magnificent

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