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How do I take a 130 apart?

February 10 2009 at 7:24 PM
Mark B  (Login 1900colt)
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I have a early 130 that has the little cocking knob on the side. How does it come off?

Thanks,
-Mark

 
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Nick Carter
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I think...

February 10 2009, 7:49 PM 

That it unscrews from the hammer.

Nick,
From ruralburbian Philomath.
anotherairgunblog.blogspot.com

 
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Christof
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I'm waiting on a 130

February 10 2009, 11:07 PM 

to arrive into my hands soon, and was looking around for a parts diagram or disassembly instructions myself. I was going to wait to post, but since you are looking, too, I'll ask as well.

 
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eric
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this might help some

February 11 2009, 2:21 AM 


 
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Christof
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why couldn't I find that?

February 11 2009, 7:58 AM 

oh, well, thanks much, that will help a bunch.

 
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prbeck
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130

February 11 2009, 9:08 AM 

The only place I was able to find anything on the thumb cocker is in Dean Fletcher's book of 75 years of Crosman. It does have a parts diagram. The thumb piece does screw out. Be careful because it does break from use. It get slammed every time it fires. Bryan and Assoc did have some because I just bought on there, but I don't know if they have any more. The disassembly for them is very similar to the normal 130. Mine has all O-rings in it including the piston.

 
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Nick Carter
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Should I reseal mine for the blog?

February 11 2009, 12:31 PM 

I have one that while it shoots could probably use some TLC, it's the early cocking knob variant. I could put it in the queue of subjects for my airgun blog.

Nick,
From ruralburbian Philomath.
anotherairgunblog.blogspot.com

 
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Mark B
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YA!!!...I tried...

February 11 2009, 2:39 PM 

to "unscrew" the cocking knob but it doesn't want to turn. I really don't want to mess it up either.

The thing is hard to get a hold of also...

-Mark

 
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prbeck
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130

February 11 2009, 4:16 PM 

I was real careful when I unscrewed mine. I'd try something with padding so as not to mark it up. Its a small screw. Maybe put some Kroil on it and let it sit for a while.

 
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Nick Carter
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Here's how I removed mine, etc.

February 11 2009, 5:20 PM 

I just disassembled the whole 130, I'll put that up on the blog in the next few days (many pictures to edit, etc...) anyway, here is the knob stuff:
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My Crosman 130
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The cocking knob. First remove the plug at the end of the tube and the spring, so as to take any tension off of the hammer.
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Brute force. Mine was already scarred up so I didn't mind putting a few more dings in it. If you want to be more gentle on yours, wrap some aluminum, copper or rubber sheet around it between the plier jaws and it. I did not grab it with tons of force, just enough to prevent slipping and get it started. Once loose I used my fingers to unscrew it the rest of the way.
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Taken off.
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The knob holds the hammer assembly together.

Hope that helped...

Nick,
From ruralburbian Philomath.
anotherairgunblog.blogspot.com

 
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Mark B
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Thanks...

February 11 2009, 6:36 PM 

Now that I was able to "see" what to do, I was able to take it off. I was a bit concerned because it was so tight.

Now to get the rest of it apart!!!

Thanks again,
-Mark

 
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Nick Carter
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Re: Thanks...

February 11 2009, 7:16 PM 

Glad I could help.
I'll get the whole magillah up in a few days.
I'm curious what your blow off valve looks like as mine is very different than the Crosman diagram.

Nick,
From ruralburbian Philomath.
anotherairgunblog.blogspot.com

 
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Mark B
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Nick...send me an email

February 11 2009, 7:58 PM 

My MS office program is not working, so I can't bring yours up...

colt1877@rocketmail.com

 
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Nick Carter
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Email sent

February 11 2009, 9:08 PM 

Email sent

Nick,
From ruralburbian Philomath.
anotherairgunblog.blogspot.com

 
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Nick Carter
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Blog posts showing disassembly

February 12 2009, 12:50 PM 

Part 1
http://anotherairgunblog.blogspot.com/2009/02/disassembling-crosman-model-130-pistol.html
Part 2
http://anotherairgunblog.blogspot.com/2009/02/disassembling-crosman-model-130-pistol_11.html

I'm curious about my pump piston, seems not be original. Also the blow off valve is different from the one shown in the Exploded drawing on Crosman's site.

Nick,
From ruralburbian Philomath.
anotherairgunblog.blogspot.com

 
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prbeck
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Re: Blog posts showing disassembly

February 12 2009, 4:18 PM 

My 130 is the same. The pump piston has an o-ring. I was also able to get the o-ring out from inside of the valve behind the brass washer thats staked in. It took a little work. I had to put the valve stem back in to keep it from coming out inside the valve. The only parts diagram I have been able to find is in a book by Dean Fletcher.

 
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Nick Carter
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Interesting

February 12 2009, 4:29 PM 

I just resealed mine this afternoon, I tried to dig out the o-ring in the staked cavity but couldn't get it out...so I pried up the washer, put a new o-ring in and staked it down in between the original stake marks. Should hold fine, it's not under a lot (any?) of pressure at that end.

Nick,
From ruralburbian Philomath.
anotherairgunblog.blogspot.com

 
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Gary
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a little late to the party

August 28 2014, 9:48 PM 

Quick question. I've seen the disassembly and assembly of the 130 with a cocking knob. My question is that in some they mention and show a spring on the hammer rod, and some don't. is there suppose to be a spring. Also what exactly does the sear catch on when cocking?

 
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