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PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2015 10:26 am 
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Hello fellow airgun enthusiasts :)
I've recently bought a Hawthorne Montgomery Ward Co. Variant of the Crosman 150 pellgun pistol in pristine condition(only 3 co2 cartridges were ever used in this gun) and after I put the second co2 cartridge in and screwed the cap on it all leaked out within seconds through the screw in cap...the seal is black colour so it is the original, and I can only assume that being 60 years old that it is the cause of the leak.
I've never replaced any seals and was hoping someone would be kind enough to post instructions so that I can properly replace that 'O' ring when the new one arrives that the fellow Ibought the gun from is sending me?

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2015 3:30 pm 
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I figured this out.
I used a plastic stylus that came with my old Palm Pilot PDA and uses that to pry the old O-ring off and it was useful with putting the new O-ring in its place.

I've invested in a Crosman 150 seal kit from scopesandammo for the future :)

I also bought the peacemaker 44/SA6 seal kit but my version of the SA6 uses an O-ring for sealing the co2 powerlet instead of the co2 caplet seal that came in the kit which was for the majority of these single action Crosman revolvers, but not mine :(
I need to find '008' &'009' black rubber O-rings for my SA6...all the ones I have found in home hardware etc... are not small enough.

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Beeman P1 .22cal
Crosman 1400
Benjamin 317
Sheridan Blue Streak
Diana Chaser .22cal
DPMS Classic A4
Crosman 1322 medalist
Hawthorne Montgomery Ward m-150
Kel-Tec PMR-30
I.B.QB-57
Crosman TrapMaster 1100
Baikal mp-651K
EKOL ES-66
Anics A-3000
Crosman 38T


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2015 4:11 pm 
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Location: Sidney, BC.
You might want to try Rick Willnecker @ Precision Pellet....KEN.


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