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Average Customer Review4.5 (121 reviews)
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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.
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.
Things I liked:I purchased the repair kit for my 347 Benjamin, arrived on time, the tool needed was perfect.
Things I would have changed:the parts were not for the 347, I think they fit a Sheridan. Was a waste of money for me.
What others should know:I do not know where to find the right parts, If I can not find the right parts then I will see if somewhere near me repairs the 347.
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