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1-year limited warranty
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Things I liked: Made by Air Arms
Things I would have changed: Lower price to reflect less than 2000% profit.
What others should know: Most gunners remove and toss the top seal, then pull the lower seal and place in on top of a new seal installed first.
Things I liked: Very easy to put on with the exception of taking the rifle apart.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I was surprised what the old seal looked like very ragged and I'm sure it was not sealing correctly. The seal can be looked at when cocked but I don't think you should try to change the seals with the rifle in that position.
Things I liked: Fit perfectly and got my compression back. Very consistent velocities too.
Things I would have changed: Nothing at all.
What others should know: When your taking those worn O'rings out of your AA rifle & your wondering if McMaster Carr has cheaper rings. Man, don't do it. They have to be the right fit for the air compression to build & spit out that pellet. You will need two rings, one is stacked upon the other. Get the right rings the first time.
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How to tell if my seal is damaged my TX200 been shooting all over the place?! I cleaned it relubed everything an cleaned the barrel but still getting random flyers an very inconsistent accuracy!!?
Is this a urethane o ring?
will these fit a Crossman 1377 breach seal ?
No, they will not.