tune upFebruary 16 2012 at 4:51 PM
|Dave (Login pwDave)|
Crosman Forum Member
from IP address 18.104.22.168
Response to Well now, Some experts please chime in and HELP!!
Farmer, I have had this gun apart about twenty times so as soon as the powerlette runs out it'll come down again. the grouping baffles me, all I can figure is that something is moving, but if there is as much difference in pellet sizes as you say(I'll check) that could be the whole thing. the transfer port is stock unmolested and is sealed good. I did however take the little round brass sleeve out of the valve, but I can't see that having too much to do with it. I reworked the trigger by setting the trigger in ball bearings and the sear in a needle bearing, it is smooth and consistent. I have not polished any other parts. when I tear down next I'll get the muzzle recrowned. this is a rejected barrel from the assemmbly line I'm sure, the front sight flat is at least an sixteenth off center so there was no way that was going on a gun on the line! drop it in the parts bin and sell it to some poor sucker (me in this case). I have a jar of bore polishing paste so that can and will happen. think polishing the hammer will help? I'll probably do some anyway. things moving was the reason I thought about silver soldering the barrel in, after thinking it over, I'll buy a lowalth 14" and solder that in before I solder a stock barrel in. well I'll try again, thanks for the input, the pells being off hadn't even crossed my mine. thanks again, Dave.