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Jun/14/2017 at 05:23PM
 

Crosman MK I and II repairs are not all the same (updated)

For the piercing pin we have used a quality
steel with a good oil harden then into heat
tempering, we use the same process we use
for our knifes. this will insure no more
brittle steel and should never break again.

Also the piercing pin has a larger dimension
for a better fit in the
cap.

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The is the piercing pin (Button) complete
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We made the piercing pin button protrude further than
the stock button to give less effort in piercing the cartridge

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Not all rebuilds, restoring or refinishing is the same,
and things like this is what takes so long.

In between the basic rebuilds we get the time consuming
repairs and sometimes they are one right after the other.

If your highly cherished toy is with us for some tinder loving care,
please have patience, were not taking our time, we are making sure
each and every one get treated equal and receives the quality repairs
it needs regardless of the needed repair.

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Be safe show safe teach safe and allow others to enjoy

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