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PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2016 7:17 pm 
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Dose anyone know where to get a crossman 357 pellet gun rebuilt i live in calgary alberta please i need help and to know what the cost is


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 Post subject: Re: Help
PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2016 7:54 pm 
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If you aren't willing to follow the advice in the other thread that you started - just go out and get a new one for under $75.00.

http://scopesandammo.com/storefront/pro ... stol-p-910

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$58.99


http://scopesandammo.com/storefront/pro ... stol-p-976 <--- $43.99

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2016 7:58 pm 
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FRANK wrote:
$58.99


About $75.00 with taxes and shipping included...

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 Post subject: Re: Help
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Suggest you contact Whitewolf (Kim)...extremely capable and he's just a little ways up the QE2 from you. If he's unable to help you, shoot me a pm and we'll chat.

Al


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What was wrong with your pistol to begin with?

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X2 to all of the above :D
Kim's extremely fair and reasonable in his pricing, but he's got to make a buck as it is a revenue-generating hobby. Considering the travelling or shipping, parts, and Kim's time, I'd recommend selling your 357 as a $25 parts gun; a fixer-upper kinda guy may gladly buy it and invest 10 minutes and two dollars to fix it. On the other hand, if you're interested in trying to fix it yourself, a post for help (with a description of the issues) will probably yield advice on how to do it from the very same fixer-upper kinda guys.

If you chose the latter, I'm sure several of the talented airgunners, including Kim (Whitewolf) and Al (Gippeto) will be there to help you when you post.


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X2 to all of the above :D
Kim's extremely fair and reasonable in his pricing, but he's got to make a buck as it is a revenue-generating hobby. Considering the travelling or shipping, parts, and Kim's time, I'd recommend selling your 357 as a $25 parts gun; a fixer-upper kinda guy may gladly buy it and invest 10 minutes and two dollars to fix it. On the other hand, if you're interested in trying to fix it yourself, a post for help (with a description of the issues) will probably yield advice on how to do it from the very same fixer-upper kinda guys.

If you chose the latter, I'm sure several of the talented airgunners, including Kim (Whitewolf) and Al (Gippeto) will be there to help you when you post.


I'll give ya $25 for it 8)

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