On I go…
The grip frame is held by two screws, just like on every other Crosman pistol of this type.
The pivot pin for the sear was missing. I’ll find a suitable replacement.
There’s a nice slotted guide for the sear spring.
The safety spring was missing. The detent ball was still at the bottom of the hole.
The trigger pivot pin. Knurled at one end for retention.
The safety. A complex little part.
The rear sight. I removed the two setscrews.
Drifted it out of the dovetail.
The end cap is retained by two small setscrews.
It comes out a little under hammer spring pressure.
Then the spring comes out and the hammer…Can’t remove it yet as the cocking knob is in the way.
A screw retains the knob.
That’s a small spring washer for slight tension on the knob.
The bolt is held in by the cocking pin. It has to be unscrewed through the slot.
The cross hole had a spring in it that shot across the room. Live and learn. Maybe I’ll find it but more likely I’ll have to make a replacement.
Valve nut needs a special tool to remove it.
I pushed against the inlet valve with a 3/16” brass rod.
The valve components.
Here’s how it looks assembled.
Exhaust valve. I’ll make replacement seals for both.
The whole gun apart. Now to reseal, replace parts and get some grips.