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PostPosted: Wed May 29, 2019 6:11 pm 
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Alright.... It's my turn now... [emoji38]

Remember someone here met the same problem before, but don't know how he took it out at last....

I am now trying to use some glue to stick a pencil on it and waiting now...

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PostPosted: Wed May 29, 2019 6:17 pm 
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I drilled a small hole in the end of the cylinder and used a 4 inch wood screw to pull it out. Dont use any powerletts that have stickers.....it helps to rub some silicone on the outside of the cylinder too.

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PostPosted: Wed May 29, 2019 6:27 pm 
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I tried using drill first... But looks the Crosman CO2 is a little bit too hard to drill in... Maybe I was afraid of slipping the drill head aside and used too less force on it... I will try again tomorrow if my glue failed ....

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I wonder if giving the spring cap a little wack with a 2x4 or something, will dislodge it?


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Yes ~ I tried. I used a small rubber hammer to tap the stock and the end cap and also on the side of the tube, but looks not helping much...

I just shouldn't dry fire the last couple times to empty the co2 totally before removing it....

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I'd just give a try and throw it in the freezer for a period of time

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Alright~

Drilled and got it out.... It's a UX , not Crosman...

And not sure where it jammed in the tube as right before I drilled through it, it turns as the drill rotates, however just not able to get out until I drilled it through and used the drill head to pull it out... ImageImage

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what does the pierced nozzle end look like?
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I had one stick a few years ago. Did the same thing had to drill and screw to get it out.
Now I never shoot the C02 all the way to empty and all is good.

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Leon Yrag wrote:
what does the pierced nozzle end look like?
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Yes... That's the point... It looks the pierced hole a little bit bigger than usual?! But it might be caused by the movement while I drilled the other end and the co2 capsule rotates as my drill head rotates.... That might enlarge the hole a little?

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YepYep wrote:
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Yes... That's the point... It looks the pierced hole a little bit bigger than usual?! But it might be caused by the movement while I drilled the other end and the co2 capsule rotates as my drill head rotates.... That might enlarge the hole a little?

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Have you tried dislodging the cartridge by dry firing the gun with the cap removed? Sometimes it works. If you tried and it didn't work, that may be the cause of the enlarged hole... :?:

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I wonder if the piercing pin in the valve got stuck in the cartridge.


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Yep ~ after I removed the cap, and not able to let it just fall out , I dry fired it to see if a 'back pressure' could 'shoot' it out... Maybe It's just too empty, I can only hear the sound from the hammer spring...

I put another co2 in tonight and looks everything fine ~ [emoji38] I was afraid the stuck co2 capsule brought something unexpected out together too ~

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 02, 2019 12:12 pm 
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Have to remember this of i ever have one stuck

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 02, 2019 4:29 pm 
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Is this a 2240 issue?

I have gone thru hundreds of 12 gram CO2 cartridges from various suppliers (Crosman, Tactical Crusader, Umarex & a couple of generic ones) in a multiple of different airguns, both new and old, and never had one jam in the air tube.

Or have I just been lucky?

I do try to match the CO2 to the manufacturer if possible (i.e. Crosman CO2 in Crosman airguns, Umarex in Umarex, etc.), and try not to switch brands in a specific gun so to not alter the air seal.


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