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 Post subject: Crosman M4-177 Trigger
PostPosted: Sat Jan 04, 2014 1:01 am 
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I'm looking for a part(trigger) to replace the broken one on my M4-177. I tried the Crosman site to no avail as they stated that parts are not available through Crosman for that specific gun. I tried to look for a service center in Canada on their site, but no luck as the search spewed a whole bunch of American shops.
They did give me a number for Canadian customers. It's a number that belongs to Gravel Agency. Has anyone ever dealt with this company in attaining Crosman parts? Are there any dealers/stores out there in Canada that can attain Crosman parts that Crosman doesn't carry?? It's strange that Crosman wouldn't have parts for all their guns manufactured. This is the last time I purchase anything with the Crosman name. I might have to resort to using some super glue or loc-tite on the cheap plastic trigger that split on the top section that contacts the sear.

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Contact Eric at Scopesandammo.com. He carries everything Crosman. Contact him via his store not this forum.

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Contact Eric at Scopesandammo.com. He carries everything Crosman. Contact him via his store not this forum.


I'll do that. Thanks Rick!!

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 04, 2014 7:00 am 
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megiddo65 wrote:
I'm looking for a part(trigger) to replace the broken one on my M4-177. I tried the Crosman site to no avail as they stated that parts are not available through Crosman for that specific gun. I tried to look for a service center in Canada on their site, but no luck as the search spewed a whole bunch of American shops.
They did give me a number for Canadian customers. It's a number that belongs to Gravel Agency. Has anyone ever dealt with this company in attaining Crosman parts? Are there any dealers/stores out there in Canada that can attain Crosman parts that Crosman doesn't carry?? It's strange that Crosman wouldn't have parts for all their guns manufactured. This is the last time I purchase anything with the Crosman name. I might have to resort to using some super glue or loc-tite on the cheap plastic trigger that split on the top section that contacts the sear.


Often times when things are new on the market spare parts are not available yet. All parts go for production. This is not just Crosman, this goes for most companies, and not just guns.

Crosman will get parts available for warranty repairs, but most true spares take a while.
Crosman and Daisy have excellent parts availability compared to most other main stream airgun companies. They charge reasonable prices for them too.

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