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Things I liked: Great fit into piston
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Careful inserting into chamber .
Things I liked: availability,fast delivery & price. Pyramid air rocks..these factory seals, not so much.
Things I would have changed: The quality of these chineese molded parts is disapointing...flashing on the sealing edges is hand trimmed & over cut on a critical edge...there are sharp mold marks where they were cut from the tree...& the 2 seals purchased have a shrink flaws in them...I can see now why it takes 1000+ shots to wear these into consistancy.
What others should know: I don't have any of the competitors parts in hand for a direct compairison, but they couldn't be any worse..I have a Beeman Titan NP & it is really inconsistant. even after 1000 rounds through it. If it has these seals in it from the factory...it would make sence.
Things I liked: Availability for the rifle;went on relatively easy.Was just glad to find the needed part.
Things I would have changed: these things seem a little pricey but it fit well
What others should know: PA is a good source of parts and gave good service.
Its this compatible with crosman nitro ??
Hello this Piston seal is compatible with a Benjamin Trail Np? thanks
Basically if your receiver tube is ~29.5-30mm outside diameter then this is your seal, which are the Trail Hardwood and All Weather. The Trail NP2 takes # CRS5177-012. The Trail XL takes # B22-04-1, but this one: http://tinyurl.com/o7jsmwz is much better.
I have controlled and the serial number is the same
I believe it will, but you should contact Crosman to make sure.
Hi, Is this seal fit my crosman vantage 1200? Best regards Pietro
Yes it fits the Vantage, Trail, Titan, Optimus, Venom, TR77 and most break barrels sold by Crosman. Basically if your receiver tubes OD is ~30mm it will work. The next size up is ~33mm which are the Trail XL, NP2, NPSS. The XL takes one kind of seal, the NP2 and NPSS take another. It's best to look up your guns parts diagram on the Crosman site and find the seals part #, then type it into the search engine here.
Contact Crosman at 1-800-7AIRGUN. They will know for sure.