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Old 05-17-2014, 01:24 PM
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I have a premier pump that needs a little TLC. The mechanism that lifts the cartridge from the magazine tube to the chamber does not work right. Have never been able to figure out what is not right about it.
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Old 05-17-2014, 02:54 PM
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The Carrier #51 should be what lifts the cartridge up in place. Gunparts shows too have one in stock.
But this may not fix your problem as there may be other parts worn or damage. At least this should give you somewhere to start looking.


http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufact...439.htm?page=1
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Mine maybe a savage it has the safety behind trigger guard.
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Old 05-18-2014, 10:53 AM
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these are really neat little rimfires! i love pumps and they USED to be so popular, too bad they arent now. i guess if it isnt a "black rifle" no one wants it! not me, i dont own a black rifle nor do i want one. i just dont see the purpose, and i dont like the looks or the way they feel. just my opinion.
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these are really neat little rimfires! i love pumps and they USED to be so popular, too bad they arent now. i guess if it isnt a "black rifle" no one wants it! not me, i dont own a black rifle nor do i want one. i just dont see the purpose, and i dont like the looks or the way they feel. just my opinion.
I don't really care what it looks like. My only requirements to like a riffle are for it to burn powder, make noise, and send a chunk of lead down range.
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Old 05-18-2014, 03:07 PM
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I don't really care what it looks like.
My only requirements to like a riffle are for it to burn powder, make noise, and send a chunk of lead down range.


Yeah but have you ever shoot a Good air rifle?
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Old 05-18-2014, 08:13 PM
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I've got enough addictions already.
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Old 05-18-2014, 09:22 PM
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But they are as cheap as you can get shooting. My son and I have a cheap Walmart Beeman 1073 combo. Basically a RS2 177/22 switch barrel with a 4x scope. Great guns that hit what we want hard.
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I put the old rifle back together today and shot it, did'nt do to bad with bad spot in barrel. I found out not shoot HV in it for the case swells and will not eject, tried some low power shorts and it worked fine. I found a few more problems I will deal with later.
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I'm fearing another addiction. Just learned how to reseal these. Drifting, sorry.
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I put the old rifle back together today and shot it, did'nt do to bad with bad spot in barrel. I found out not shoot HV in it for the case swells and will not eject, tried some low power shorts and it worked fine. I found a few more problems I will deal with later.
Richard
The std vel 40grn solids should be your best bet. I haven't measured any but some brands seem to have more driving band surface which would be a plus. How was your accuracy? If you can hit cans at 25yds I'd be happy. Just enough to have fun shooting it. Try some sub sonic. With the slower velocity they may strip less jumping the loose section.
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