1-year limited warranty
List Price $39.95 Save $12.00 (30%)
Want it delivered 12-12-2013
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Average Customer Review5 (95 reviews)
Things I liked:The valve tool provided made it simple to take apart the pump mechanism. I was able to repair my Sheridan C9 rifle and it is working once again. This kit was worth the money I spent!
Things I would have changed:I would change the instructions. I had to go online to find better instructions that had step by step directions with pictures.
What others should know:The most difficult part in installing this kit is taking out the pins on the rifle to remove the front part of the pump mechanism. It is very useful to have a good set of roll pinch puncih sets. If you haven't taken apart an old Sheridan rifle before then you will spend a couple of hours taking it apart and then putting back together. In the end it will be worth the time. I bought my Sheridan at a yard sale for $15.00 and then it worked only for a couple of days. I spent $30 plus shipping on this kit, a great deal to repair a popular American made rifle.
Things I liked:Worked great. Shaft on valve needed to be sanded down some to fit the valve body of my 1968 Silver Streak. The threaded end that you use to pull the valve stem out is instrumental in removing the valve parts.
Things I would have changed:Maybe include a little packet of lithium grease?
What others should know:It took some time to sand down the valve shaft and I had to use a battery impact drive to loosen the lock but with the square socket in it. I chucked up a 1/4 Allen wrench in the impact wrench and put the "L" part through the removal tool. Also you should wrap some tape around the removal tool to keep it from scratching.
Things I liked:Easy to install
Things I would have changed:More instructions on the removal of the old parts
What others should know:The old parts were corroded to the extent that I had to fashion a rake or puller to remove the last few parts in the disassembly and use very fine steel wool to polish the old corrosion from the chamber.