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PostPosted: Fri May 20, 2022 4:20 pm 
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hello there,
i bought a Benjamín classic back in 2017 had plenty of fun with it and then i had to move into a big city for 5 years ... took the gun out and gave it a tune up and realized that the barrel got damaged :(

i went on crosman sent them a msg asking for the part list for this gun and the part number for the barrel ... never got a single answer
am at a total lost here

i did plenty of research and i think the gun is a b19 series (but its always a guess)

the barrels are not so cheap :S on crosman.ca and i dont want to buy the wrong barrel but i dont mind if its a upgraded barrel but i want it to be a bolt on on my gun

would it be possible to direct me on the right path ...sending me the correct equivalent in parts for the Benjamín classic

confirming what barrels number fits on my gun ?

heres what i can read on the broken barrel

model:33000
.22 cal
d16x08666

thank you so much for your help it is really appreciated


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PostPosted: Fri May 20, 2022 7:10 pm 
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Can you post a picture of the breach lock up? That's the main area that has different versions over the years, otherwise any Crosman B18/19 barrel will fit. It's important to match the breach profile and jam configuration.

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PostPosted: Fri May 20, 2022 7:25 pm 
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Dukemeister wrote:
Can you post a picture of the breach lock up? That's the main area that has different versions over the years, otherwise any Crosman B18/19 barrel will fit. It's important to match the breach profile and jam configuration.




sure no problem at all . keep in mind i already removed parts from it waiting for the new barrel tell me if it is what you need


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PostPosted: Fri May 20, 2022 7:51 pm 
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here if this can help


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PostPosted: Fri May 20, 2022 10:57 pm 
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What's damaged on the original barrel? Is it fixable?


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2022 1:27 am 
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TCooper wrote:
What's damaged on the original barrel? Is it fixable?

i wont be able to show it with a picture but the cannon is crooked


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2022 1:33 am 
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TCooper wrote:
Is it fixable?

and for the question i guess a machinist could be able to fix it but i cant thats for sure :(


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2022 2:36 am 
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heres tow models that i found that i think might be the right part (but what do i know)

B19-7-01-100B Barrel Assembly from a MODEL 30001 TR77

B19-7-01-100(5.5) Barrel Assembly from a MODEL CD8M22NP Nitro venom

maybe im wrong and they are wrong but the only part that i do not have on my barrel is the adjustable washer (not sure what it does) other then that by the look of it they have the muzzle break and they do look the same not sure the difference between the tow (one has a b the other doesn't)


is it what i am looking for, will it fit, witch one will, how can i know ... i hate crosman for not just having a part list for the classic .22


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2022 6:52 am 
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The lower picture shows the correct breach shape, but it's a .177 cal barrel.
The upper picture is the right calibre but wrong breach shape. You need to find the .22 cal with the right shape breach. I believe a Phantom .22 may be your best choice.


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2022 7:32 am 
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Dukemeister wrote:
The lower picture shows the correct breach shape, but it's a .177 cal barrel.
The upper picture is the right calibre but wrong breach shape. You need to find the .22 cal with the right shape breach. I believe a Phantom .22 may be your best choice.


oh waw ok that's a small difference that do make a big difference thank you for helping me out

and for the .177 here is the thing i think i can send only 3 pics but here the other one

i dont know if its a possible bug ... but on the crosman site there's the .22 option using the part number


and for the phantom it is the wrong shape sadly


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2022 9:30 am 
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Over the years Crosman changed the jams and the breach shape. The other place to check is the stationary jam, the one in the receiver end. The cross pin is the current version, part 14 as shown below - and the one in your Classic. The older versions had a stationary jam that was similar in shape to the alive jam. I have not looked to see if the part number of the alive jam has changed over the years, but check and see.


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2022 10:22 am 
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sebastom wrote:
TCooper wrote:
What's damaged on the original barrel? Is it fixable?

i wont be able to show it with a picture but the cannon is crooked
You meant a bent barrel? I believe you can bend it back without having to replace the whole barrel.

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Dukemeister wrote:
Over the years Crosman changed the jams and the breach shape. The other place to check is the stationary jam, the one in the receiver end. The cross pin is the current version, part 14 as shown below - and the one in your Classic. The older versions had a stationary jam that was similar in shape to the alive jam. I have not looked to see if the part number of the alive jam has changed over the years, but check and see.



on the model 30001 the parts are

12 BT9M22-01-5C Alive Jam with a c at the end
13 BT9M22-00-4 Dead Jam


and on a random model BT9M22CNP
TRAIL NP
15 BT9M22-01-5 Alive Jam no c at the end
16 BT9M22-00-4 Dead Jam

and when i type the part on the crosman.ca none of them are showing up what i get is this
Crosman®
BT9M22-01-5D : Alive Jam with a d at the end (its the only one showing up online)
$9.20


and for the phantom B18‐01‐2 Alive Jam
Crosman®
B18-01-2 : ALIVE JAM (B18-01-2)
$5.28

so no they are not the same number but for the one that do have a similar system has my classic seems to all have the same part number

im not sure what are we trying to figure out here but i think its the info you needed?


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tom_ke888 wrote:
sebastom wrote:
TCooper wrote:
What's damaged on the original barrel? Is it fixable?

i wont be able to show it with a picture but the cannon is crooked
You meant a bent barrel? I believe you can bend it back without having to replace the whole barrel.

Tom



yea well the thing is i tried and i damaged the interior and knew i up :(

if only i knew that the classic was a rare specimen on crosman parts


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2022 1:24 pm 
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yea well the thing is i tried and i damaged the interior and knew i up :(

if only i knew that the classic was a rare specimen on crosman parts[/quote]

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