Sunday, March 25, 2012

Crosman Trapmaster 1100 Disassembly, Part 1

I worked out a trade with a friend for a Crosman Trapmaster 1100. I’ve always wanted one because it’s a shotgun and shotguns are fun. I also got the trap and clays, which I’ll show when (if) I get this thing resealed. In any case the shotgun needed disassembly, seals and cleaning.
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The Trapmaster. Even the name is cool.
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The nameplate.
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Other side.
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Bottom.
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Gas cap.
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It’s a toggle piercing cap. Bottom CO2 cartridge is pierced when you screw it down, top is pierced when you toggle the lever.
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Two old cartridges.
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The butt plate was nasty and the screws are rusty.
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#3 Phillips bit.
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Screws very rusty and one was loose in the hole.
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I’ll have to plug the screw holes and redrill. The big hole is to access the stock bolt.
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Butt stock removed.
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Loosening the front bearing clamp.
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The setscrews bear on the bearing ( that the barrel slides in).
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Two setscrews and the clamping screw.
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Plastic bushing is the bearing.
Much more to come…

1 comment:

Bushra Haroon said...

i want to buy it ill give you $150