Benjamin & Sheridan Repair Kit, Fits Some Pre-1995 Multi-Pump Guns w/Soldered Valve

Benjamin & Sheridan Repair Kit, Fits Some Pre-1995 Multi-Pump Guns w/Soldered Valve

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Repair kit fits these multi-pump guns made before 1995 (they have a soldered valve): Benjamin 397, 392, 340, 342 & 347 guns as well as Sheridan C9 (Silver Streak) & CB9 (Blue Streak). To determine if this kit is for you:
  • Remove the screw in front of triggerguard to remove rear part of the stock
  • Remove the pins or screws that hold the retention cap at the rear of the receiver
  • Remove the guide pin, spring & hammer to reveal the compression tube
  • If the compression tube appears to be brass & is one piece with a pin protruding from it, you'll need the other kit (CR/RepairKitC9) instead of this one
  • If your gun has a rounded square hole with a valve stem sticking up through it, then the kit shown on this page will fit your gun. The included valve tool (pictured on this page) is needed to remove the parts from the soldered valve body (directions included with kit).

This kit includes parts that are still available from Crosman and may require slight modification. If your gun is very old and has been treated with any petroleum distillates and/or solvents that damage rubber seals, the removal of the old parts can be challenging. The obsolete gasket that seals the valve guide to the compression tube can normally be reused. If you used petroleum products, it may be irreparably damaged and will need to be replaced by a thin o-ring.

If you need assistance, contact our technicians at 888-262-4867, ext. 244.

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Item Code: CR/RepairKit [PY-A-624]
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By Stephen from USA on 2015-08-28
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Things I liked: I liked having a kit with the tool and the parts I needed to rejuvenate my 1974 Sheridan Blue Streak. After reassembly the gun works like brand new. It hasn't hit that hard in 20 years. I would recommend this kit to anyone wanting to repair a soldered valve Sheridan. Not to hard to do. You just need a little patience. Take pictures before and during dis-assembly and don't forget to lubricate the parts as you assemble.

Things I would have changed: Not much here. Just the number 27 seal should be replaced with a lead seal or a full seal instead of a split one.

What others should know: I did not care for the number 27 split nylon or Teflon seal replacing the original lead seal for the valve guide seal. It was impossible to get into place properly. I reused the 40 year old lead one and it worked fine. It would be very easy to make a new one with a thin piece of sheet lead that can be purchase from an automotive parts store in the battery terminal isle or a hardware store. Also you may have to fish a piece of 18 gauge wire from the front of the gun to push out the original valve #30 out if its stuck like mine was.

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By Michael from USA on 2015-07-15
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Things I liked: The written instructions were sequentially correct and numbered parts identified nicely. The tool worked the first time. The replacement parts fit perfectly.

Things I would have changed: Redrawn exploded image would be nice. The one provided is a copy of a copy of a copy . . ., and its very difficult to use that drawing.

What others should know: I purchased this air rifle back in 1980. Internally it had a tiny bit of verdigris as parts are mostly bronze. I used "Sharp Shoot R" foaming copper bore cleaner and a 12 ga wire brush to spiff up things so reassembly would be cleaner. Flushed with brake degreasing spray from auto parts store. Restored the power I forgot it had. In addition, I suggest a Williams peep sight, #1418 and their .050" eyepiece.

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By Chuck from USA on 2015-07-14
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Things I liked: Worked well for my 90's 0.20" Sheridan C9 rifle, Sn 116xxx (if I recall, don't have the rifle right here to verify) with the sliding tang safety. The included tool was of very high quality and made the job a snap.

Things I would have changed: Did not care for the polymer check valve replacement. Maybe it would have worked fine, but I flipped the rubber seal on my original brass check valve and reused it. Also, was skeptical of the slit polymer seal that goes under the flange on the striker end of the valve assembly.

What others should know: For my gun, the pump cup was about 0.060" short - 0.191" if I recall (notes at other house, sorry), compared to the original. I am not worried about max velocity - usually use it with four or five pumps with this new cup - so it isn't a big deal to me, but something to note.

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  • David from USA asked:

    Anyone rebuild a Benjamin 317 with this kit?

    • Isaac from USA asked:

      Would this fit a crosman 766?

      • Cory from USA:

        No, it would not.

    • Benny from USA asked:

      Is this the repair kit that is needed for a Benjamin model 312

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