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Crosman 2240

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by jamston39, Jul 3, 2014.

  1. jamston39

    jamston39 Active Member

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    I have been playing with the farther in laws crosman 2240 and decided to buy one just for target shooting in the back, phoned round a few places and managed to find one (hardly anywhere had them in stock as waiting on delivery) £82.

    About 20 min later the mrs phoned saying her dad will give me his as he doesn't use it and I can put the money I would have spent on it to do anything I want to it.

    So as it is fully standard what is recommended? I have seen the pictures on the other crosman post and would love it to end up looking like some of them but I don't think £80 will do it but maybe get me somewhere.

    Also where is the best place to buy the parts as my local fas doesn't do the parts
     
  2. bobster

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    Toying with a plan for one for my daughter, have a look at GMAC site which supplies/produces items you might be interested in
     
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    Hi mate,
    There`s another 2240 thread a couple of days old which should answer any questions. Generally, a steel breech to mount sights (don`t use those pro-block things for anything other than throwing at intruders) trigger and adjuster, all available from G-Mac. SD costom designs do some nice grips. You could put `custom 2240` into Google, but.....
    It`d be worth searching this site for `Crosmanitis`. It`s very easy to spend all of that £80, and much more on them.
    Also, get a set of allan keys from B&Q, as Crosman use none metric sizes.
    That`s my opinion, I`m sure you`ll get many more soon.
    Edit: the thread I mentioned was `Question: 2240`, started by Egg.
     
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  4. droid

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    Steel breech and probe £50, set of wooden grips £30

    If you need brass or stainless screws let me know.
     
  5. jamston39

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    Thanks ordering my breech tonight and looking for new grips
     
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    Help this man before crosmanitis sets in. Lol they great fun to shoot enjoy.
    Scott
     
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    I need help already buying parts and haven't picked the gun up yet lol
     

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