A long time ago - when I were a mere nipper - I bought a Crosman Medalist II Model 1300 in .22 cal. Recently, I've become interested in playin' with all of my old "toys".
The thing is, the Crosman no longer holds pressure. After a quick surf of the 'net, I came across an exploded diagram of the 1322 which, I assume, is similar to the 1300. In any case, while some of it seemed to make sense, I really don't understand how the air is pressurised and how the hammer mechanism works.
So, my questions are:
(a) Can someone point me to an exploded diagram of a 1300 and explain how it all works?
(b) Can anyone tell me how to make the trigger light enough that I can actually *hit* what I'm aiming at? (I seem to remember that later models had a manually cocked hammer. Moral: *never* buy version "one" of anything...)
P.S. My current collection of air guns comprise: Webley Mk III rifle, Original Model 5 pistol, Webley Hurricane (I *think*) pistol and the Crosman Medalist II Model 1300 pistol, all in .22 cal, all bought brand new. Only the two Webleys are still working; the Original and Crosman are, at present, "dead".