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    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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    SKU PY-A-624

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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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    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

      By Duane from USA on 2015-01-25
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    Things I liked:The kit was all there and it was easy to rebuild my Sheridan.
    Things I would have changed:Make it available without the tool. I don't know how much cheaper it would make it, but buying two tools when I only needed the parts from the second kit seemed unnecessary.
    What others should know:If you have basic mechanical skills this is a quick and easy way to get your Sheridan back into great shape. Make sure you clean everything inside the valve and pump area thoroughly before re-assembly. There was a lot of black residue inside both the pump and valve areas from years of use.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

      By bruce from USA on 2015-01-20
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    Things I liked:Replacement parts fit perfect.. My gun is like new again.
    Things I would have changed:The white plastic washer does not work , I was able to use my old one instead. If it does not work on yours try a thin o-ring that is the same size.
    What others should know:You need to be real careful when re assembling as not to cross thread the retaining nut when screwing it back into the tube. Be sure to keep the tool straight and the best way to seat the threads is to turn the nut backwards a couple turns while holding the tool straight . Then slowly turn it forward , you should not feel much resistance , if you do it might be cross threading. Just back it out and try again. It only takes a few twists to tighten the retaining nut. If you have a rocker type safety there is no reason to disassemble this part. You need to remove the whole assembly to access the tube but don't need to mess with the safety .

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

      By Andrew from USA on 2014-12-12
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    Things I liked:Nice tool and parts, certainly adequate for the intended purpose. Perfect fit in the mid-1970s rocker safety Sheridan Blue Streak that I brought back to life for a buddy. We used to shoot the very same gun as kids, and now it's back in action. I found it a rewarding project and much more fun than packing and shipping the gun for service (to P.A., of course!).
    Things I would have changed:I wish my learning curve was better! It took me three tries to get it right. No fault of the kit. It was my first time inside a multi-pump pneumatic. I think my main problem was poor job cleanliness on the first tries, I didn't get the old gunk out entirely at first.
    What others should know:If you try this as your first rebuild of a multi-pump pneumatic of this sort, be prepared to spend some time on trial and error. Definitely review the directions thoroughly, and also seek out additional instructions and tips that can be found in multiple places on the internet.
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    • Benny from USA asked:

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

      • archie from USA asked:

        can I buy just the hardware and not the kit....I just purchased the kit for another and only need the seals

        • Stanley from USA:

          If you go on ebay sometimes they have just seals instead of the whole kit i have seen them there.

      • archie from USA asked:

        I already have the tool just need the seals.....any advice?

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