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 Patrick from USA on 2015-09-18
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Things I liked: It's nice to find parts to keep a 40+ year old pellet gun alive!

Things I would have changed: Include the lead washers or equivalent

What others should know: What ever you need, check here first.

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By Gordon from USA on 2015-09-13
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Things I liked: This worked great, in an early 70's Blue Streak I bought, when I was just a kid. Read the directions, and study the diagram. The kit, turned a memory, back into an operating reality.

Things I would have changed: Nothing.

What others should know: Be careful with the lead sealing washer(read and study the directions). I used the white plastic one included. After unscrewing the retaining nut with the tool, getting the insides out was a bit of a struggle. I got them broke loose with a bit of muscle.

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By Peter from USA on 2015-09-07
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Things I liked: The kit includes the specialized tool, and parts that are most prone to wear and tear. The customer will need to supply: Screwdrivers Hammer Customer MAY also need a long crochet hook in case internal springs and washer are stuck.

Things I would have changed: I would have liked to have a full description of all parts pictured on the teardown for the rifle in addition to list that highlights the parts in the kit.

What others should know: I ordered this to repair a Benjamin 312 manufactured sometime around 1963 that I inherited. I have watched videos online for this process and familiarized myself with it before diving in. I do not know the full range of production lines this was changed on but, I had a plunger assembly that was different from either the video teardowns or the one that this rubber plunger goes in. (this is mentioned in the instructions as well). The alternate assembly has a post with a wide head that goes through the middle of the plunger instead of a cup that crimps onto the plunger. THE SOLUTION: Carefully drill out the middle of the included plunger. I used a 1/4 drill bit and twisted it by hand instead of using a power drill. The fit was snug and worked like a charm. I now have a fully functional Benjamin 312. IF YOU HAVE A BENJAMIN 312 THAT DOES NOT HOLD AIR, STOP LOOKING!!! THIS IS THE REPAIR KIT YOU NEED.

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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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