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Crosman Service Station Soldered Valve Wrench, Fits Select Benjamin Air Guns

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Crosman Service Station

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PY-A-5336

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  • Crosman service station soldered valve wrench
  • Fits select Benjamin air guns


If your Benjamin multi-pump air gun has a soldered valve, this is the correct wrench.

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Item Code: SG-397-Wrench [PY-A-5336]

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By Will from USA on 2019-10-17
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Things I liked: This tool was just fine for disassembling the soldered valve to my 1930's vintage Benjamin 107 pistol. The square end fit the retaining nut and the female threaded end fit the threads of the valve. A tight-fitting hardwood dowel served nicely as a crossbar/handle.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Once the retaining nut has been removed, put a pump of air into the valve to help "pop" it apart. Don't let the spring go flying!

 

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By Stephen from USA on 2019-08-06
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Things I liked: Well made

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Made the rebuild of my f series Sheridan blue streak a breeze

 

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  • Brian from USA asked:

    Will this fit a Benjamin model 132?

    • Mark from USA:

      No. the tool is for multi pump rifles.

  • jeremy from USA asked:

    Will this fit Sheridan C series? E OR H pistols?

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