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I believe you're right!
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Synthetic Shoulder Stock                                1399A001      $11.75
Seal, End .515 .170 .140- Pro-Top, etc.     38-128      $3.45
Piercing Pin- Pro-Top, etc.                    T4-041      $2.64
Assy, FO Front Sight-          760               760-201      $1.54
Grip, Left -Crosman -         1701P               1700-031      $3.48
Grip, Right -Crosman-      1701P               1700-032      $3.48
Setscrew, 4-40x.125, Flat Pt- 1701P            1701-025      $1.15
Brake, Muzzle-                    1701P             1701-023      $23.76
Sight Post-                          1701P           1701-024      $14.40
Mount, Front Sight-               Disco           1761-024      $9.30
Sight, Front Williams FO 70927- Disco     1761-025      $12.75
Spring, Hammer-                  Disco            2261A009      $1.30
Blade Sight-                         2240             788-101      $2.95
Chamber Plug, Face-          2240, etc.        G397-012      $2.30
Seal, Face .260 .165 .085- 2240, etc.     130-036      $2.30
Safety Spring, Cmprsn .015 MUW .31- 2240, etc.     1322-017      $1.15
Screw, Valve-                   2240, etc.          151-015      $1.15
TP Sleeve-                        2240, etc.          1322A026        $1.15
Sear, STP Pistol-               2240, etc.          1322A048         $1.15
Safety,.187 Dia Nylon-      2240, etc.           1322-052       $1.46
Valve Assembly, 2250B-    2240, etc.        2250-003      $10.32
Assembly, muzzle brake-   2300S               2300-121      $18.85
Assembly, Pressure Adjust- 2300S              2300-124      $15.61
Rear Sight- Benjamin Trail NP pistol BBP77 S3-02-00A   $6.70

ETA- Shipping was still just $4.00. Gotta love that8)
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The new Disco spring will replace one from a hardware store, so all I will have is the new one. FWIW, I read (but haven't verified) that there were three different Disco hammer spring part numbers- the two above and 1761-009.
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Do (will) you have both Discovery hammer springs from which the specs can be measured?
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I just emailed a parts order to Crosman and found that the Disco hammer spring part number has changed. It was 2261-009, it is now  2261A009.

Also the piercing pin/disc used on several different Crosman models as well as in the Pro-Top valve conversion has changed. It was 38A027, it is now T4-041. This I had already read somewhere and it was confirmed by Crosman.
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Crosman air pistol - General discussion / Re: 1701P trigger from product page
« Last post by ped on Yesterday at 07:34:53 PM »
to my eyes it appears to have the hole for adjusting the two stages and the stop screw is the correct one and not a plain grubscrew
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 :-*

The original photo we had to work with before I tweaked it is below. Leaves a lot to be desired for detail! haha
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Crosman air pistol - General discussion / Re: 1701P trigger from product page
« Last post by 7624452 on Yesterday at 12:28:41 AM »
It appears to be a 1707-P trigger with a shoe on it.  I have several.   :)
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Crosman air pistol - General discussion / Re: 1701P trigger from product page
« Last post by cobalt327 on May 20, 2018, 11:40:28 PM »
This came about from me looking for a photo to use as a comparison to tell whether one of Quickster47's guns (#7 below) has a 1701P trigger, or what. The problem is, Carl's gun was photographed w/a phone- at least that's the quality I'm seeing. So to my eyes there's no definite answer although if I was asked today what I thought it was I'd recant my earlier guess of it being a stock 2240 type trigger and would say it's probably a 1701P trigger. That could change tomorrow, though! The gun in question is below- maybe your eyes and advanced experience can tell...  ???
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Crosman air pistol - General discussion / Re: 1701P trigger from product page
« Last post by CraigH on May 20, 2018, 11:10:44 PM »
From any product back page or manufacturer's legal small print:  "We reserve the right to make improvements and changes without prior notice."     ;D

But sharp eye, Mark!    8)
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