does not include shipping and tax
1-year limited warranty
List Price $39.95 Save $12.00 (30%)
Want it delivered 10-31-2014?
Order it in the next 3 hr and 33 min and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details
Average Customer Review4.0 (110 reviews)
Create an online reviewand share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked:the tool is nice, well blued, and some of the parts fit.
Things I would have changed:The one critical part is the rubber gasket. Apparently this is not a universal part and does not fit my gun. I see no option to order the correct gasket.
What others should know:Before ordering the kit, I verified that my gun matched the description of the gun the kit was designed for. The one critical part is the rubber pump gasket. Apparently this is not a universal part for these airguns. The gasket supplied has a flat bottom, and my gun requires a gasket with a 1/4 inch hole (depression). There is no way the gasket can be adapted since it is too thin in the middle to modify. This appears to be an exercise in futility and a total waste of money. If I cannot find the correct gasket online, I will be forced to machine a new part for my gun to accept the gasket supplied.
Things I liked:The install of the kit was easy for me. Nowmy gun works like it is new.
Things I would have changed:Increase instruction explaintion.
What others should know:Be sure to look down both the front and rear bore of the air chambers. Be sure to clean these chambers out. I used a paper towel taped to a wooden dowel. Spray the paper towel with electic motor cleaner. Keep changing the paper until the chambers are completely clean. Be sure the orifice between the front and rear chambers is clean and you can see thru the hole.
Things I liked:The tool, however it should come with a rod to loosen and tighten the replaced parts.
Things I would have changed:Better instructions. Better rubber gaskets, a link with video showing how step by step to replace valves. I would replace the techs who are on duty to answer what ever questions you may have to replace the parts for they are clueless on what to do.
What others should know:The best way to repair your air gun is of you have the right tools. Don't expect this to be easy unless you have a gunsmith shop with the right punches and tools to get the job done. By the way the number to call for help is a joke. I called three times and never received a good answer on what I needed to do in order to remove certain parts. The best answer I was told by one of the techs was to use good judgment.