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List Price $39.95 Save $12.00 (30%)
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Things I liked: Fair price, considering it includes a high quality removal/installation tool.
Things I would have changed: Check what type of piston seal you have before you order it. It comes with a solid seal, but mine had a seal with a hole in the middle. I was able to machine an adapter. The tool could use a plastic sleeve to center it in the striker bore, not a big deal. The instruction text was very good, but, the illustration was almost unrecognizable. I realize we're working with a low volume part for a 45 year old rifle, so, overall all, not bad at all.
Things I liked: This kit is very efficient and works perfectly. My Silverstreak shoots like the day it was made.
Things I would have changed: The text in the instructions might be hard for some to read do to it being copied from a copy too often, but is accurate and labels every part accurately.
What others should know: If you do not want to use the nylon piece for the check valve, you can peel the old rubber off the original, flip it and then re-seat it. Do this only if the rubber is still good and not cracked. This will give new life to the old part that isn't made any longer. Given this was the main issue with my rifle, it fixed it from having to inconsistently pumping 20 or so times to a solid 5 pumps. The new check valve spring makes a big big difference as well.
Things I liked: This kit comes with the tool if purchased separately the tool along could cost 50.00 so this is a great value.
Things I would have changed: My biggest gripe is i think the tool could be a little longer with some sort of handle on the end , with reinstalling the valve it comes up short.
What others should know: Take your time it is NOT a five minute job. I took my Sheridan Silver Streak(1975 model) apart at least 20 times or more because of something not going together right. I took apart so much that i stripped out the brass jam nut . Luckily i was able to find one on Ebay. So the last disassembly it finally worked. It has been stored with 2 pumps and now holds air indefinitely . Got my kit on Ebay and it included both springs plus the tool , but at twice the price of this one.Recently rebuilt a Daisy 881 and it only took maybe 45 minutes from start to finish , worked the first time. These Sheridans take patience . It was worth it bringing back a 40 year old wood and metal airgun to life , they don't make them like that any more.
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I have a pre 95 silver streak that was supposed to hold air but does not. It seems to be leaking through the draft hole under the charging cylinder. Do I need the rebuild kit found through this site, or is is the seal on the pumping plunger that is leaking by?
Yes anytime that happens it is not holding air like it should . Mine is a Silver Streak (1975 ) model , it would pump and shoot but not hold air. Iam doing a complete rebuild and refinish on the gun stock and forearm. Also cleaning out 40 plus years of old oil and grime, and new seal kit, it should be like new when I'm done.
i have model 397PA 4.5MM sn O95704024. can you tell me if this is the correct repair kit. Thanks
Read some of the reviews all of them are saying yes.
Where is the serial # on a C Series Sheridan?
It is on the left side as your holding it.