Good, I’m not the only one! I do like the fact that there is no plastic on these old classic pump air guns. Enter my re-kindled love affair with air guns, and a renewed interest in my little H9A. Trigger and sight improvements? Evidently the H9A has its league of followers, but the H9A doesn’t get near the press time the Crosman does in these pages. Enjoy it as it is please, and get it some company, tk. So you just picked the pistol up? As a kid I remember seeing an old man’s collection of stuff and wonder how he got it all.
I think you mentioned a big stumbling block toward the end of your fine post; that would be the soldered barrel. We have a drawer of old scopes, red dots and such that we pick up at estate auctions and gun shows or via trading on old guns. Why the adamant negative opinions from some? Second, some owners have removed the funky butterfly spring terminology? A lot of them aren’t good enough to be used on our better guns, so I’ll use them on air guns and so on. Sure beats some of the plastic junk they make, now.
Enter my re-kindled love affair with air guns, and a renewed interest in my little H9A.
Did you miss your activation email? Second, some owners have removed the funky butterfly spring terminology? Please login or register. By no stretch of the imagination do we have a competition shooter, here, but it did better than I expected.
An alternative [to heavy trigger pull] that is more suitable would be to decrease internal valve spring tension by shortening the check valve crksman.
Thoughts about my Crosman H9A .22 pistol? Trigger and sight improvements?
So you just picked the pistol up? This one is surprisingly hard to pump. I understand, but is there an improvement I seried make to the heavy trigger? You get a very similar effect to increasing hammer spring without the corresponding trigger penalty. As an example, I know that adding a Williams aperture sight to my Benji gave vast improvement to that gun’s performance in my hands, without a major mechanical change.
By the time I get to 4 pumps, I’ve had enough.
crlsman I also have a very nice Ultradot sight and a Weaver 2X pistol scope I think would let me make better shots if I could secure either one to the pistol without damaging the solder joint between barrel and compression chamber. I see some have installed trigger shoes to help on the trigger pull, but as these are items I haven’t seen for sale in years, and don’t know where to buy one.
Sheridan was then bought by Benjamin which was then bought by Crosman and along the way the model crosjan changed as did the caliber offerings, but it’s still the classic all metal and walnut pump up pistol, no matter what name is on it. This one is in. This is another pump air gun, in this case a pump up pistol, with a long lineage, dating all the way back to the Sheridan days in the 70s.
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I have a lot of those “not quite crisman enough” scopes. Thoughts about my Crosman H9A. GTA – What’s been your success with air gun target practice? Enjoy it as it is please, and get it some company, tk Logged san diego Tallbald Plinker Posts: We have a drawer of old scopes, red dots and such that we pick up at estate auctions and gun shows or via trading on old guns. The conversation kind of disappointed me really, because I am quite happy with my guns build h9z at its price point.
Read times Tallbald Plinker Posts: Crosma Sheridan Blue Streak. I acknowledge the trigger is kinda stiff and heavy, and that the sights aren’t the greatest, but I simply like my gun. My H9A seems solid and as accurate as am I.
The pistol I’ve had a for a h9q of years and have posted on it, before, but the scope on it was a new twist, so thought it might make for a good post, what with me posting on pump up air guns, of late. Good, I’m not the only one!
I think you mentioned a big stumbling block toward the end of your fine post; that would be the soldered barrel.
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Grind the sear so the top of the engagement is level. I think it’s the same gun as the Sheridan HB22, and please correct me if I am wrong. I shall not share who the person was, seeies please don’t ask me. There are a few ways to make minor improvements to the trigger so the Benjamin Sheridan pistol, depending upon how aggressive you want to be.
I need to do a better job of securing the targets so they don’t rip so much. A lot of them aren’t good enough to be used on our better guns, so I’ll serues them on air guns and so on.
First, polishing the articulating surfaces of the trigger parts and lubing with moly paste will certainly help, but trigger pull will still be firm; just smoother. June 27, Evidently the H9A has its league of followers, but the H9A doesn’t get near the press time the Crosman does ssries these pages.
Sheridan/Benjamin/Crosman H9A pistol
Found an old Bushnell 1. Pull the sear out tweak the spring so it doesn’t give so much initial engagement force. Lastly, Tim McMurray posted these tweaks some months ago.