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Old 01-17-2012, 05:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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converting a crosman 3576 to a 3357?

I've got most of a 3357 in a box in bits but pricing up the spares to repair it over here in the uk it wouldn't be much dearer to buy a whole new 3576 air pistol. Would it be as simple as buying the air pistol and swapping over the barrel and cylinder? would the indexer still work with the air pistol being 10 shots and the 3357 only being 6?

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Old 01-17-2012, 06:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I've got most of a 3357 in a box in bits but pricing up the spares to repair it over here in the it wouldn't be much dearer to buy a whole new 3576 air pistol. Would it be as simple as buying the air pistol and swapping over the barrel and cylinder? would the indexer still work with the air pistol being 10 shots and the 3357 only being 6?

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Yes, you can just put the 3357 barrel and cylinder on the 357. You will, however, have to cut/shave down the front of the lower frame, it allows the barrel assembly to swing open far enough for cylinder clearance (on the 357 it's curved, on the 3357 it's cut off flat)

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