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Crosman Custom Airgun Parts 130 Rebuild Kits


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For an example of our Crosman 130 Restoration  see Crosman 130 Restoration

Airgunsmith Custom Crosman 130 Piston
also fit 105,106, 760, 761, 1300

The Airgunsmith Crosman 130 Piston also fits the 105,106, 760, 761, 1300 After you install AGS Flat-piston there is no longer a  need for waiting to order aftermarket parts and hoping there still made the O-ring used on the Airgunsmith Piston can be found at any hardware store for less the the cost of a stamp, comes with extra seals and Airgun Oil


Shipping US 3.95

Shipping to Canada & UK $9.95


Crosman 130 Pistol Rebuilding Service

Complete Disassembly Cleaning and Resealing Service with New Seals, Shipped with Extra Seals Airgun Oil and
Chronograph test results
Turn around time on the Crosman 130 is 1 to 2  week






For a rebuild service with
new piston see below

If Your Crosman 130 has the Cup Piston
You will need a new Piston

Complete Rebuild Service with New Piston, New Seals, Shipped with Extra Seals,
 Airgun Oil and Chronograph test results 
Turn around time on the Crosman 130 is 1 to 2  week



Crosman 130 Custom Rebuild Kit
Including Brass Piston, O-rings and Oil


Shipping US $3.95

Shipping to UK & Canada $6.95


O-rings Only

All O-rings needed
to rebuild your Crosman 130


Airgunsmith Custom 130
Piston W/Felt Oil Wick Extra seals and AGS Airgun Oil
also fit 105,106, 760, 761, 1300

Felt Oil Wicks will not work on
Pistons with rubber wicks


Shipping US $3.95

Shipping to Canada & UK $9.95

comes with extra seals extra oil wick
and Airgun Oil



Crosman 130 Rear Grip Frame Screw

Includes the Sight Screw


Below is the Crosman 130 rear grip frame screw, the first image is the screw
as was it was removed from the 130. The center image is the screw after it has been
rounded off and polished, this will keep the screw from acting like an end mill cutting
away at the grip frame. The right image is the grip frame after many years of turning
the screw.

The best way to repair the grip frame is to fill and drill.


Crosman 130 Replacement Rear Sight
Airgunsmith 130 rear sight faces the proper direction, includes new sight screw

This is The Crosman 130 Rear Sight

Note: the Sight is Backwards.


When Ordering a Rear Sight
we need to know which tube you have


Crosman 130 Custom Rear Sight
Made by Airgunsmith, the sight is facing the correct direction

We decided to remove the screw cup
to allow the sight blade to be thicker
this give us a more durable sight.

Made of Brass
Type 2
Crosman 130 Rear Sight & Screw

Type one rear sight is going through further development, as soon as they are up to AGS standards we will have them listed

The Airgunsmith crosman 130 pistol rear sight is thicker and stronger with a more precision fit,


Airgunsmith rear sight view


Crosman 130 Felt Oil Ring

After looking for long time we have
finally found the felt that will stand up
to the workout of hundreds of 1000s
 pump strokes the Crosman 130 will put
this piston through.

These are limited in supply while
we gear up for production.


Airgunsmith sight will give a better field of view with no screw to distract you eye





In the process of rebuilding your Crosman 130


Remove The Sight Screw First

With the older Crosman 130 be careful
 not to loose the Sear Block (Cocking Button)



This one is hot off the lathe
 and a tough little bit to make

When looking for a new piston, you will see new old stock pistons that have been around since the 1970s,

Crosman made two piston that will fit the Crosman 130,
 one with an O-ring and the other with a cup.  The piston to look for is the piston with the O-ring, all the new old stock versions of the cup piston should have been thrown out years ago.

Crosman no longer makes either of the two pistons  and the rubber on these old pistons are 44 years old, well over there shelf life.
 For the best results, find the old piston that uses an
O-ring for a seal and you will no longer be at the mercy of new old stock, the O-ring is replaceable for a measly few cents and replaceable by you.


Demand the Best


This is a new old stock Crosman 130 Piston that was self installed by a gun owner.
 He rebuilt the gun it worked  fine for a few weeks then stopped pumping, he sent the gun to me because he thought he did something wrong.

I checked the gun over and everything was in top shape, he did an excellent job on the rebuild, the only problem was the NEW OLD STOCK PISTON, the rubber on these old pistons are 40 years old and past there usefulness.

I installed a new O-ring Piston fixed the problem and sent the sweet old Crosman 130 back. 

 Be careful when buying new old stock Airgun parts,
if the part has rubber make sure its replaceable.


When the Crosman 130 was first introduced 1953 they were sold with a flat bottom aluminum piston and O-ring with a steel upper. late in production of the Crosman 130, late 1953 and into 1954 and when the Crosman 130 was in need of repair, Crosman issued the newer style 130 piston with a cup as seen in the image  above, the reason for the swap  is longevity of the repair. A Crosman 130 piston with a piston cup for a seal will out last a 130 piston with an O-ring if the owner forgets to oil or just never maintains the gun.  But it has been a known for more then 50 years that the O-ring piston out performs the cup piston buy at least 1/3 which is why Crosman Installed the O-ring piston in the Crosman 130 in the first place. I have run across many Crosman 130s with the Aluminum O-ringed piston that are still working today with nothing more then an O-ring swap, Crosman in there design of the 130 were on the mark for a nice air pistol that would be handed down thru generations with a simple O-ring replacement, when the change over to the cup piston occurred and the same guns became in need of repair they were put away never to be used again. because parts were not that common.


This $27.50 MINT gem came from a flea market and is a later production with the cup piston I will admit when walking around flea market and gun shows finding Airgun's in need of repair is one of my past times that I will drive hours or days just to seek out and find.

When installing the Airgunsmith Flat top Piston you must
grind an O-ring relief, this allows the O-ring to pass the pump arm slot
without cutting the O-ring. Don't get carried away, all were looking for is enough space
for the O-ring to pass the edge without getting cut.



Grind Flat-top Piston relief


Crosman 130

The Crosman 130 is a great little gun but will never be a big power house. The kits we are building will help increase
 the power on guns that use a piston cup, if you have the model with a flat piston there will be no power increases.

The intention with our kit is to bring back life  to these fine old guns not to make
them high power shooters but keep them as the great old shooter they have been for years.

The Crosman 130 is a fine old heirloom and if cared for will virtually last forever as long as itís cared for properly
and not abused. We are in the process of build kits including a brass O-ring piston and will be ready soon.

Having said that we have noticed a slight increase in power from the brass piston.


Crosman 130 Repair

When you send your Crosman in for rebuilding this is not the best way. Sometimes it make our work less and sometimes more.

Crosman 130 Rear Sight Screw

 If you do take your 130 apart just be careful to not break the rear sight hold down screw, Always remove the sight screw first. these are a tedious little bit to make.

If you have lost or broken your rear sight screw,
we have a screw with a screw cup, this is allows us to turn the screw without moving the rear sight from side to side.


The two highlighted are key to a solid rebuild
The check valve for the most part will last forever

As you can see the gun has a very simple design
the only drawback for self repair is the piston.
After we get rid of that and replace it with the brass piston
the gun will forever be a home shop rebuild.
I'll be the first to tell you, proprietary parts suck.

Crosman 130
Sear Block & Sear Block Stop assembly

This set up is for the auto cocking models

One of the things about the self cocking and the manual cocking Crosman 130 is the parts are interchangeable.

The manual cocking Crosman 130 with the addition of the sear block stop and spring will become self-cocking. you can also leave the manual cocking button for the artistic look of old.

The inner exhaust valve seal goes here
you must be sure to replace this,


Crosman 130 Manual Cocking Knob.
When parts get lost on these old Crosman Pistols
we can use up old supplies or we can make them new.

There is a lot going on with the simple looking screw.
there is a shoulder that locks into the sear block giving the screw strength, then there is the length that holds the sear block stop in place and finally there is the gap between the screw head (knob) that gives space for the compression tube so the knob can freely slide.
To see Crosman 130 Button Complete Click Here

This is another 130 that has arrive for a rebuild
wonder where this gun has been hiding?

One day I will do a full rebuild process

and include the modifications needed to bring theses 130's
up to current standards.

Wonder how good this thing will look when its complete.

Below is a picture of both Crosman 130 Valves
The brass on top is the self cocking valve the aluminum
is a manual cocking valve. I like the bottom valve, its simple and a treat to rebuild.


Below is the reason I say use good oil and do oil all pivot points

Now; When I say oil your pivot pins, let this show the reason
why, oil on the pivot pins is very necessary if you want it to last.



Another one of Crosman's well designed components.
When rebuilding this Crosman 130 and the pump arm bushing is worn out its a simple 5 minuet machine job to get it back into top shape

This is another 130 Pump arm pin that the weld has failed.
These come in every so often, no amount of oil would prevent this from happening,
This is a production defect that lasted 50 years. We can see the pump arm
contact with the pin has very little wear and if the weld would have
 been complete we would of never had an issue.

I never like to weld the formed tin pump arm,
 a few of them just seem to burn away with even the lowest heat setting.

It looks like one side of the pin was never fused to the pump arm allowing it to rock back and forth
until the gap became great enough to allow enough movement to weaken the holding weld and finally
break free.  


Since the integrity of the pump arm looks to be at least 90% it should take the weld just fine.
The first thing to do is to machine a pin to a snug fit, making sure the width is the same as the arm.
next is to direct the weld and heat to the pin and allow the material to flow over to the
 pump arm fusing them together. 


With the Crosman 130 pump arm linkage pin machined and ready to go,
 it's time for two spot welds.

The Spot weld on the Crosman 130 Pump arm pin.
Looking through a 10 power lens, we can see good penetration and
we have covered more steel with the weld then the factory weld.


Looking like better then 50% penetration with a bit of cleaning and some bluing
this Crosman 130 is ready to put back together.


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