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Benjamin 22 rocket

March 28 2006 at 9:07 AM
  (Login mworkman)

I resurrected my old Benjamin CO2 pistol that I bought in 1957. It is in great shape, so I went to Walmart to get some CO2 cartridges for it. I bought a package of 12 gram cylinders. They seem to bee too long for it. And they fit very tight. The only way I could get the first one out was to fire the pistol without the chamber cap on it. Quite a show. Anyway, does anybody know what CO2 cartridges this would use and where to get them?

 
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Bob
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re Benjamin 22 ricket

March 28 2006, 9:44 AM 

Hi and your gun takes 8 gram co2 carts. They are available from time to time from Alan at www.abairguns.com at a very reasonable cost.

 
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8 gram carts

March 28 2006, 10:43 AM 

Thanks for the hint. I ordered some. Hope to have it operational by the time my grandson comes for the summer in June.

 

Mike


 
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gasbag
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You can sometimes get 8-gram cylinders at . . .

March 28 2006, 9:55 AM 

kitchen supply places, where they sell seltzer bottles. Also, some luggage department sell them for use in traveling bars.

 
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thanks

March 28 2006, 10:34 AM 

Thanks, i thought that would probably be the case. Oh, well.

 
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B & B supply in Minneapolis has some of the smaller CO2 cart's..612-724-5230

March 28 2006, 12:43 PM 

give him a call I'm sure he'll ship.

Thanks,

Barry

 
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Michael Workman
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22 Rocket CO2

March 28 2006, 5:31 PM 

Thanks, I will try that.

 

Mike


 
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