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I was given a Crosman 160 recently. It was purchased new in the box from the Army back in the 1970s at a surplus sale at Rock Island Arsenal. It is the most acurate air rifle I've ever shot but it will loose all of its C02 overnight. The previous owner had stored this in his attic for about 15 years and I suspect the seals have gone bad.

Is it possible to replace the seals myself, or do I need adult supervision for something like that? If so, any suggestions where to send it?

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I'm in the dark as well on doing any major type work on air rifles...I did have a Crossman forum link sent to me though...perhaps some of these guys can help...I did see some mention of the 160's mentioned...http://www.network54.com/Forum/275684...

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Excellent advise from Dave!

Rick Willnecker knows Crosmans inside out. He has many no-longer-available original Crosman parts, and was personally responsible for having modern replacement 0-rings made for Crosman co2 guns.

Very reasonable rebuild/repair prices.
 
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