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 Post subject: crosman parts
PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 8:28 pm 
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Who is a dealer for crosman parts in canada? where would one buy a miniture spring for the safety on a trigger? ted


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where would one buy a miniture spring for the safety on a trigger?

From the gas station or grocery store, or of you're really sharp eye'd, for free the next time you go or a
walk, as people seem to love to litter.

A near perfect replacement for the spring can be found inside any common lighter. It's the one
pushing on the flint, and it just needs to be trimmed to length.

Other wise, D&L, Scopes & Ammo, or Gravel Agency are all likely suspects if you need 'the real thing'.

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If you really want the "genuine" spring (I'm assuming for a 22xx gun)- part # 1322-017, price is $1.65. http://www.scopesandammo.com

But, as Vagrant pointed out- any teeny spring of approximately the right diameter will work if you trim it to the right length.


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This little spring worked well for me and everyone has one.
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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 9:50 am 
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Thanks alot for the info. The lighter spring works great. Long enough for two. I took lots of old stuff apart but they were all to thick. Exciting morning to get my 1322 going again. ted


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