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Things I liked: Perfect fit, worked like a charm!
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Nothing
Things I liked: works perfect
Things I would have changed: none
What others should know: only use silicone based oil or it will ruin seal
Things I liked: It's a seal for the co2 cylinder. It's pretty straight forward there. If your 12 gram powerlet leaks profusely around the cylinder after puncturing, this is probably what you need. If the teflon tape trick works in your gun, this is definitely what you need. It comes in a small ziplock bag, so packaging is a plus as no tools are needed to open it.
Things I would have changed: Can't think of anything, really. You may need to research the specific gun you are trying to repair in order to see how to take it apart. That's more of an observation of knowing what you are getting into than an issue with the seal itself.
What others should know: I ordered two of these seals and repaired two airguns. One is a vintage Crosman Powermatic 1600. The seal fit perfectly with no issues. Nice to have this one shooting again. The other is a Bear River Black Ops Exterminator revolver https://www.pyramydair.com/s/m/Black_Ops_Exterminator_CO2_BB_Revolver/3517 Basically a wingun revolver clone along the same lines as the Dan Wesson revolver line. For the exterminator I had to trim down the gasket to fit the smaller diameter gasket housing. Once done, the exterminator was working like new. I recommend applying pelgun oil to the gasket upon installation. Soak the gasket once it's in place before reassembling the gun. If you are trying to replace the seal on a Crosman gun, the Crosman website has complete teardowns for just about all of the guns they have ever made readily available for download.
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Does this fit the 1077?
Hello, I recently bought a Vintage Crosman 357, 177 Cal, Pellet Gun ("U.S. Patent No. 4,422,433"). Will this seal fit this model? It continues to leak C02 and I assume its the seal. Thank you!
how to change seal???
probably want to look at the instructions or call Crosman if you are not sure.