Here's a pic of Marty after all that pumping.
I tried your method once, putting one to two tablespoons worth of alcohol down the pump tube through the air hole (I used a syringe). I went to close the pump arm and it wouldn't go down very far. When it hit that liquid it stopped going down like there was a chunk of steel in there. I'd say I got the pump arm about 5/8 closed before it hit that wall.I had to open the pump arm all the way and turn the gun muzzle down to drain the alcohol out. Did I do something wrong?
Quote from: RBQChicken on February 12, 2019, 12:39:43 PMHere's a pic of Marty after all that pumping.lol...I'm disappointed in you Randy. Don't you remember our last weekend's selfie?
The valve IS stuck shut Randy. That's why you leave the alcohol in the gun overnight to let it work its magic. Make it easier on yourself & pour the alcohol in here...
Just did my resealed 1949 101 and got6 pumps. 5407 pumps. 5518 pumps. 572
Quote from: 45flint on February 12, 2019, 02:07:22 PMJust did my resealed 1949 101 and got6 pumps. 5407 pumps. 5518 pumps. 572Thanks Steve. Looks like I'm in the ball park.BTW; what is the serial # of your 101? Is there a way to pin point the year? Crosmans DOM seemed vague...
Yes there is Steve; #913071