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How to reseal a Crosman 1600

June 18 2006 at 8:24 PM

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It leaks as soon as co2 is pierced. Is there a kit or easy way to go about this? I got it cheap and don't want to spend unneccessarily. Also should this thing be shooting 400fps range like most co2? How old? anyone know?

 
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tim miller
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you can

June 19 2006, 11:01 AM 

buy a reseal kit from abairguns .com or bryanandassociates.com. I think you can get one for a reasonable price. Sounds like you have a bad valve stem. I don't know a lot about the 1600, but if you want to find out how old it is, go to crosman.com and find the link that says "date of manufacture".

Tim

 
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Crosman 1600

June 19 2006, 1:16 PM 

was made from 79=90, I would suggest alan at AB airgun for parts.

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Skillet
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Got a 454 myself...

June 19 2006, 1:23 PM 

It's the same gun as yours, only with adjustable sights. There's a synthetic, donut shaped seal, sits around the piercing unit. That's what you need. It's similar, if not identical to the 38-128 end seal that's used on the 38 series guns (don't have a list handy for the 1600 right now, but I can find out).

It's held in place with a threaded fitting that's not hard to remove. These guns will usually shoot in the mid 300s for M.V.

Have you tried Crosman for a parts/price list?

Skillet

 
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Shoud've asked, but it it leaking through the barrel?

June 19 2006, 2:09 PM 

If so, then the outlet seal is bad. If not, then it's likely leaking at the piercing unit. I was in a hurry when I posted earlier.

Skillet

 
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