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Re: ramp sight

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01-10-2013 04:16:53

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Okay, you've helped me fix that. I have another project that is pretty stubborn. I have a Crosman pump-up air rifle that shoots the .177 pellet or BB. The front sight is made with a saddle that sits on the barrel, but this one broke off. So I used JB weld to reattach it, and it broke again. If I can find a replacement part, what is the best way to make a new piece stay put? My grandson needs to learn how to sight a rifle.

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01-10-2013 06:03:23

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 Re: ramp sight in reply to woodbutcher, 01-10-2013 04:16:53  
go down to lowes,or one of the lumber yards in your area. in the plumbing section youll find a tube of low temp silver solder that has the flux with it. position your sight and use a sharp pencil or scribe to mark the outline. clean within your mark to bare metal, then clean the bottom of sight the same. apply the paste to both pieces clamp it together and use a torch to melt the solder. i personally use a map gas torch. ive used it on some mighty hard recoiling rifles and ive not lost a sight yet,and it takes so little heat that it wont mess up your barrels blueing. its as good as anything ive used and its cheap and easy to find.

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01-10-2013 08:56:04

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 Re: ramp sight in reply to jackinok, 01-10-2013 06:03:23  
Thanks, Jack. That sounds like what I need.

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