Is it ok to use temporary locktite on the threaded parts while reassembling? (Especially the bolt lever)
How much does this weight?
Can I use the brass bolt from the original kit when I upgrade to the steel breech kit?
Not as far as I can see. I could not unscrew the brass bolt. I had to use the new bolt handle that came with the kit. The new steel breech is one piece which does not allow you to use the old one piece bolt assembly.
What are the dimensions of the breech and dovetail?
Will the Crosman 459MT 2-Pc Intermount, 3/8" Dovetail parts fit on the installed Crosman .22-Cal Steel Breech Kit for the 2240 and 1322 air guns?
The 459MT Intermount clamps to the barrel--not the breech block. This steel breech has a machined 11mm dovetail for a scope mount.
The bolt seems loose compared to the original and has a bit of play when closed. Seems like the bolt seal might not be great. Is this normal?
Will this work on a custom crosman 2400 kt .22 co2 rifle From crosmans custom shop
If it's a custom shop gun doesn't it already come with a steel breach?
I'm not mechanically inclined.....is this beech kit hard to install?
You may want to have Pyramyd Air install it for you...
is this 6 1/4"?
Has the .22 steel breech got a 20mm dovetail.?
The dovetail on this breech is 11mm (3/8").
I have a 1377 model, but it was converted to shoot .22 caliber. Will this metal breech fit my model?
Dose pyramid air mount this metal breech and where can I get a 14 or18 in. Barrel and if I can get a barrel at pyramid air and get it installed
can I expect a large increase in fps adding a 18 or 24 inch barrel
According to myairgunreviews on YouTube just a 24" barrel and a steel breech will yield 620 fps, he shows it on his chrony.
Is there a steel breech for left hander and if there is can you please tell me the model number? Thank you!
seen a aluminum one on ebay $70 US
There is not.
Why is shipping so much on small items?
Ground shipping will depend on your location. If you are in a location where it can go from Fedex to the post office via Fedex Smartpost, that option will show as $7.99.
Does it comes for left hand shooters?
Will the Crosman 0290 red dot site fit on this steel breech?
Will this work on the original 1377 with the rotating bolt cover?
No it will not.
Can I use this on my crosman 2300?
You would need the breech for the 1377. Both are the same other than one is .177=1377 and this one being 2240=.22
The 2300 series (both the T and S) have steel breeches on them. Not to mention they are both .177 and you would need a .22 cal barrel to make use of this particular breech kit.
Will this fit on the P1322?
Instructions are included with the kit
I can use this on a 2240 to make it a .177 if I have a 177 barrel----same OD 7/16----
Will my existing rear site go on the back, or do I have to by a different rear site to use the steel breech?
The existing Crosman rear sight will not work.
What type of scope mounts will this accomodate? Picatinny or Weaver rails or do you need a special mount?
Is there a need to purchase a different hammer when switching out the plastic breech for this metal one?
No, there is not
Is this breech going to work these sights if I buy them from Pyramyd too? Thanks : Item Code: Crosman-0066N [Crosman Williams Rear Sight, Notched...] Crosman Williams Rear Sight, Notched Blade, Elevation & Windage Adj., 3/8" Mount
Yes, it should work for you
hi guys were is the location of the front breech screw thanks
It's the screw in front of the breech
will a 22cal type red dot fit on it?
Yes, as long as it has a 11mm mount.
Is this all that is needed to make the conversion to the steel breech using the stock barrel? No other barrel bands or anything needed? Also it appears longer, so this will extend the barrel out a few inches also? Thanks.
It will not extend the barrel any as the port hole on the barrel cannot be moved forward or backwards. This breech simply covers more barrel surface in that respect.
Nothing else needed to convert
The image appears to show dove tails cut into the breech. Is this the facts? and would this allow a scope to be mounted?
yes and yes