2240 barrel

Joined: December 31st, 2007, 1:05 am

January 3rd, 2008, 12:47 am #11

Hi Jeff
Thanks for the lead
First I'm not new at guns just new a air stuff.
I have a gunsmith company and back in business after 12 years.
Yea the government here pulled the plug.
It S- - KS but I can deal with it.
I got out and back into heavy construction to survive.
I have a lathe but never touched airguns.
I have done the research on air if you want my bookmarks you can have them.
Just you guys been there done it, I'm trying to catch up.
Everyone is help full but just just throwing stuff out at
a new guy is a tough road to follow.
No offense just coming back at you
Thanks again for the reply and will do a follow up on your

Joined: December 31st, 2007, 1:05 am

January 3rd, 2008, 1:32 am #12

You will need to call Crosman at 1-800-724-7486, ask for Parts and tell them the Part Number you want.

It might be helpful for you to do a "Search" for a particular topic here on the forum or check out the CFTech section, here is the link http://www.network54.com/Realm/CFTech/CFTech.htm.  This is always a good place to start looking at possible modifications.  There are also many other links to sites that you can check out here http://www.network54.com/Index/12861.  You will need to do a little homework, read some and then decide what types of modifications that "<EM>you</EM>" want to make.  After you have done these types of things, then it is time to ask the questions.

Not trying to be harsh here Roberto, but you might be happy as a clam with a $60 gun or you might want to put over $1000 into it, but you have to figure out what you would like to do with it first.

Hope that helps give you a place to try and start.  You will also need to keep in mind the fact that you are in Canada and you are limited by law the power that any gun you have can produce, unless you have a permit or license or whatever is required.  Keep it legal!

"No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. The strongest reason for people to retain their right to keep and bear arms is as a last resort to protect themselves against tyranny in government." - Thomas Jefferson

Current cache - CR 1377 Pistol, CR 1377 Carbine, CR CS2250, CR CS2240, CR 2300SLE, Gamo Silver Shadow Supreme, RWS 460 Magnum
Hi Jeff
Thanks again for the leads.
Seen most of them but some new ones
where I havnt been.
By the way Ive worked on mostly 9mm, 38, 357, 45, 22 ALL NONE AIR etc
Air guns seem like a piece of cake once one gets into it.
I have TWO 2240 on there way.
I started out to just get a pellet gun to get the squirel that found
it's way into my bed room.
I can patch pellet holes dont need 22, or 9mm hole, in the gyprock LOL
So now I'm kinda hooked on the air stuff.
Preety neat stuff guys are doing. Love it.