What do you need to seal a Benjamin 342 airgun?

What do you need to seal a Benjamin 342 airgun?

Seal kit for Benjamin 340, 342, and 347 air guns. Contains all required parts needed to reseal this airgun, plus exploded drawing and tube of oil. Optional Valve Tool helps to remove the valve guide without damage. Optional Bolt Lug Tool helps to remove bolt lugs.

When did the Benjamin 342 air rifle come out?

The Benjamin 342 is a .22 caliber, single shot, bolt action, multi-pump pneumatic air rifle with a walnut stock. They are similar to the Benjamin 310 series, but have a centrally positioned tang safety. They were manufactured between 1969 and 1992.

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What do you need to repair a Benjamin rifle?

Inspect your rifle and assess which parts of the rifle’s mechanism needs to be repaired. A piece that often needs replacing is the air valve seal. To replace it, dismantle the rifle as described in steps 1 and 2. Remove the old fiber gasket you will find on the air valve and replace with the seal provided in the kit.

How do you replace a Benjamin rifle gasket?

To replace it, dismantle the rifle as described in steps 1 and 2. Remove the old fiber gasket you will find on the air valve and replace with the seal provided in the kit. Apply air tool oil to all moving parts and reassemble the rifle.

Is there a fix for a Benjamin Model 342?

I have a .22 cal Benjamin, model # 342 (T1839278) that I wish to fix and restore. The gun will not hold air and I’d like to restore it and clean up the cosmetics. I prefer to do this myself.

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What are the models of a Benjamin air rifle?

Below, provided it posts, are my three Benjamin air rifles in order of acquisition with the top gun being my first. Models from top to bottom are 347, 3100, and 342. Basically, every caliber that Benjamin offered back in those days. If you read my intro, you’ll find they were a big part of my youth.

When did the Benjamin 392 air rifle come out?

These models have the removable (non-soldered) valve, starting with the so-called Phase 1 models, manufactured from 1995 to 1997. Generally, if your 392 or 397 air rifle is fitted with a plastic trigger assembly, our parts kits will fit.