Daisy 722 issue and question

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Re: Daisy 722 issue and question
« Reply #20 on: January 11, 2019, 07:20:42 PM »
  If it's the same guy he has a pawn shop in the Cleveland area. I picked up the 722 from him. He is in an older area and gets a lot of stuff like that as people pass on. He's not super knowledgable about airguns but real nice and a pretty stand up guy. He said he gets airguns in from time to time.
  There is another guy near me that cleans out garages and houses for people and runs across lot of older airguns and said he would give me first refusal on the old stuff in exchange for replacing seals on some fore him.

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Re: Daisy 722 issue and question
« Reply #21 on: January 13, 2019, 10:51:02 AM »
   As a follow up, I just received my parts from Daisy and you can still order the valve housings separatly that work with either 717 or 722 barrels. The valve- barrel assemblies are no longer avallable. They do not come with the seal or the valve but these can be ordered separately. The prices from Daisy are very reasonable. I ordered several spares for the future. 
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