Do you have a very special
older air gun (airgun) that needs to be repaired or resealed?
If so, you probably want to give me a call--630.232-9518.
I will likely be able to reseal your air gun (airgun) and get your gun back to better
working condition than when it was new. I can fix or
reseal any air gun (airgun) but I specialize in the Crosman
air gun repair / reseal, Sheridan air gun repair reseal and
Benjamin air gun repair / reseal. I am a Factory
Authorized Warranty service technician and have been doing
this for a very long time for people all over the world!
I owned a Sporting Goods
store in Geneva Illinois for many years and have been
repairing air guns in my store and at my home in Geneva
Illinois now for over 40 years. I have quite an
inventory of parts and all the right tools to get the job
done right. I also run a booth at the DuPage County
Illinois gun show and can probably find replacement for
any hard to find parts that may be damaged or missing.
I usually charge around $50 for a basic resealing job but
will have to quote anything else separately.
BEFORE RETURNING FOR REPAIR
make sure there actually is a need. A sudden loss of
accuracy can be caused by loose screws rather than a
defective gun or scope. First make sure all screws on the
gun and scope mounts are snug and try it again. Next
remove the scope and test the gun with the iron sights or
another scope to see which is at fault.
DO NOT attempt to make
repairs yourself unless you are thoroughly familiar with
air gun (airgun) repair. It is very dangerous to take a gun apart
yourself. In many cases, the mainspring in
spring-piston air guns is under considerable pressure even
when the gun is not cocked. Releasing the spring without
proper training and tools can cause cause serious injury.
There are also special tools necessary to disassemble the
gun. Repairs (or attempts) made by an amateur on a
newer gun will void the manufacturer's warranty.
For service on your older
air gun (airgun), or Factory Authorized Warranty Service on your
newer Sheridan, Benjamin or Crossman air gun (airgun), give us a
Outdoorsman Sporting Goods
1707 Radnor Court
AIR GUN COLLECTING
Most Collectible air gun (airgun)s of the Twentieth Century
By Robert D. Beeman
Posted on his website 28
August 2002, partially updated 19 August 2005