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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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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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By charles from USA on 2016-11-19
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Things I liked: Clear instructions, quality parts, great tool. Very helpful tech department.

What others should know: My 1956 to 1958 production Blue Streak has the molded pump cup - this replacement cup won't fit. I found a replacement pump rod assembly following the guidance of your tech department.

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By Ralland from USA on 2016-11-04
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Things I liked: Price and ease of installation

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: At the price of a used Sheridan Blue or Silver Streak in good working condition, the cost of the repair kit and the time it takes to install the parts and get a non-functioning Sheridan working again are insignificant. The instructions accompanying the kit are more than adequate, but if you are hesitant to tackle installation and have a digital camera, take pictures at each stage of disassembly and you will have a pictorial record of where the parts belong.

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By Richard from USA on 2016-09-26
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Things I liked: The tool worked great.

Things I would have changed: I can't recommend this kit. The pump piston cup was the wrong one for my old 317. Pyramid sent another. The Teflon check valve button is junk. The split washer that replaces the lead washer is useless. When you are attempting to insert the "loaded" valve assembly into the valve body the split washer expands due to the beveled cut on the nut's face. The split washer catches on the lip of the valve body preventing the nut from contacting the threads. I tried for hours and finally gave up. I was going to cut out a lead washer but decided to try a well greased "O" ring. The valve body went in place on the first attempt. However, the Teflon check valve leaked and it would lose the entire charge. My old original check valve looked ok so I reinstalled it. It is now holding a charge. I pumped it three times and let it sit for two days... it was still charged. There is a kit on eBay that has the original type check valve and lead washers. I would recommend buying one of those kits instead.

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  • Bob from USA asked:

    Where is the serial # on a C Series Sheridan?

    • Bob from USA asked:

      Will this product work with a C Series Sheridan?

      • damon from USA asked:

        i have no idea what the retention cap or reciever is. i have a old sheridan c-series i got from a family friend; however, it will no longer hold any pressure. i think it ius beccuse the valve has warped because he left it sitting for almost 15 years. can someone please let me know thier opinion and what the retention cap looks like. thank you

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