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Title: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: rangerfredbob on August 22, 2013, 06:41:08 AM
I made a parts order from Crosman last week and here's some latest prices:

-24" .22 barrel 2260-003 $14.10
-14.5" .22 barrel 2250-019 $13.02
-13XX valve assembly 1322C013 $6.08 (dang that's cheap)
-standard front sight 788-101 $1.15
-fiber optic front sight 760-201 $1.54
-carbine stock with screw holes 1399A001 $10.87
-760 barrel band 760D008 $1.15
-760 pump tube 760G094 $7.05
-Left 1701 grip 1700-031 $1.74
-Right 1701 grip 1700-032 $1.74

That's pretty cheap, but everything I got today added up to $67.07 with shipping (I skipped a couple things that no one cares about), they charged me $103 and change as I had a few other parts on my order (a couple Mrod magazines and a Powermaster 66 barrel mostly), there's no note that they are sending the rest later or anything, is this normal? I'll give them a call tomorrow hopefully if work isn't too insane...
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: Mark5043 on August 22, 2013, 07:09:47 AM
Yup it's a weird thing with Crosman.Most of the time I get charged double,then "all" funds are credited back right before shipping.Then when the item ships they take out the original cost of the order.Crosman service is great,but I've never seen a billing system like that... ???
That being said,they always come through...Give em' a call,I'd say.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: rangerfredbob on August 22, 2013, 07:29:23 AM
I forgot a few parts anyway... so I'll try to call in the next couple days
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: 1377x on August 22, 2013, 07:37:10 AM
Yup it's a weird thing with Crosman.Most of the time I get charged double,then "all" funds are credited back right before shipping.Then when the item ships they take out the original cost of the order.Crosman service is great,but I've never seen a billing system like that... ???
That being said,they always come through...Give em' a call,I'd say.
and here i thought i was the only one that happened to.
now i just run over to the ag shop
$5 worth of gas saves time on the phone, no double/triple charges and same day parts
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: rangerfredbob on August 22, 2013, 07:43:30 AM
The closest Crosman service shop is 45 minutes away from work if I remember right (might be on in Salem, but they would be closed when I could get there), so there's no real chance of me getting to one :)
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: breakfastchef on August 22, 2013, 08:49:07 AM
The closest Crosman service shop is 45 minutes away from work if I remember right (might be on in Salem, but they would be closed when I could get there), so there's no real chance of me getting to one :)


Call the shop. They may ship parts to you. I have a Crosman repair shop three hours away from me and there is no way I am driving down to visit with them for a few parts. But, I can call them, tell them what I need, they ship and I remit a PayPal payment. And, if they have the parts I need, I get them faster than if I order directly from Crosman.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: 1377x on August 22, 2013, 08:51:02 AM
a good thing to remember also is
 not all service stations are equal!!
i know of one with sky high prices better off buying on ebay or jg. i have a good one here
and another just below ebay or jg basically a toss up of which one you want to deal with
the one i go to has reasonable prices and repairs are reasonable too.
like 140 reseal parts. what most charge for the parts, i can get the gun resealed by an experienced professional for less than their parts price
he is in the air gun repair business not a parts supplier business as he tells me but he knows how i dont like crosmans billing process so he orders extra parts for me. cash-n-carry just the way i like it ;)

Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: tinker on August 22, 2013, 09:14:30 PM
About parts availability,
  Everything has to come from CONUS across the Pacific to Honolulu!  No such thing as a service center or a repair shop here :D

Strickly DIY :-*
Glen
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: breakfastchef on August 22, 2013, 11:59:29 PM
About parts availability,
  Everything has to come from CONUS across the Pacific to Honolulu!  No such thing as a service center or a repair shop here :D

Strickly DIY :-*
Glen


Glen, you may have identified a niche market for the islands. Tinkers Airgun Repair & Custom Airgun Shop - how cool.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: Noah on August 23, 2013, 12:13:14 AM

Glen, you may have identified a niche market for the islands. Tinkers Airgun Repair & Custom Airgun Shop - how cool.

Tinker would have his hands full with me as a customer  ;D :D ;)
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: tinker on August 23, 2013, 02:50:45 AM
 ;D ;D It woulld be Larry and Noah prividing me a good laugh.
Thanks,
Glen
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: Noah on August 23, 2013, 03:09:50 AM
I don't know how much airgun business Glen would have in Hawaii because of the limited number of enthusiasts, but I can tell you that 100% of my repairs have had to be sent back to the mainland and NOTHING has been purchased here.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: tinker on August 23, 2013, 05:40:28 AM
I don't know how much airgun business Glen would have in Hawaii because of the limited number of enthusiasts, but I can tell you that 100% of my repairs have had to be sent back to the mainland and NOTHING has been purchased here.

X2 on purchases. But Tinkering my repairs and build.

Glen
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: Noah on August 23, 2013, 05:59:20 AM
Tinker,

We need to get together some time for some shootin and perhaps YOU repair/mod some of my guns  ;) :-*
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: tinker on August 23, 2013, 10:12:32 AM
Sounds good to me :-*
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: BDS on August 23, 2013, 07:06:27 PM
How do you guys get together? by war-canoe or ...  ???  :D  ;D
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: rangerfredbob on August 24, 2013, 01:57:09 AM
as an update, I called Crosman today and the parts I didn't get were backordered, will be getting them in next week so I should get them the week after... :), overall not a bad experience and everyone was very helpful and nice
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: wahoowad on September 29, 2013, 11:44:12 PM
errr...why is this a stickie?
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: 1377x on September 30, 2013, 01:08:29 AM
errr...why is this a stickie?
no clue!
i am guessing someone thought it important enough to keep it from getting lost in the shuffle
as a sticky it will always be on the first page and anyone with current prices of crosman pistol parts can add to it letting the rest know the current prices and part numbers
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: rangerfredbob on October 01, 2013, 08:56:29 AM
Yeah, that's what I figured (wasn't my idea... almost lost the thread one day when I couldn't find it :))

Since I finally got the last of this order (only a month and a half from when it was placed...) I'll update on the latest prices I have:
-RC2210A100 Marauder rifle .22 magazine $14.29
-66-036 Powermaster 66 rifled barrel $8.22, direct replacement for the smooth bore Recruit barrel (and probably other soda straw barrel equipped guns)
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: brz-ryder † on April 20, 2014, 04:53:36 AM
a couple of new prices 2240 barrel 2240-002 $10.42
Hammer 2250A006 $2.35 ( comes with the notch cut for rear breech bolt
Hammer pin 2100A011 $1.15


Jim
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: brz-ryder † on April 21, 2014, 09:11:58 PM
I placed an order today here is the list and prices . parts are 2300 parts and the breech is for the short one and just the breech no extra parts with it like the bolt and fyi the breech screw hole is the rear placement

2300A044     Tube   x1   $11.11
2300-047      Breech, Short  x1  $26.67
AS2250-020  Breech Plug  x1   $1.63
2250-013      Knob, Piercing   x1   $2.56
2250-004      Plug, Tube (2250B)   x1   $4.89

Jim
 
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: WaltWhite on July 08, 2014, 07:58:31 AM
Ordered a Crosman 1389 forend for my 1377 around June 16th (approx 3 weeks ago).  Part number was 1389-25 and price was $8.75.

Some posts I saw on various sites circa 2012 were worried these were going out of stock never to return but the woman I spoke with on the phone knew nothing about it.  This part is apparently used on a current-production gun and isn't going anywhere.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: BDS on July 08, 2014, 04:11:37 PM
Ordered a Crosman 1389 forend for my 1377 around June 16th (approx 3 weeks ago).  Part number was 1389-25 and price was $8.75.

Some posts I saw on various sites circa 2012 were worried these were going out of stock never to return but the woman I spoke with on the phone knew nothing about it.  This part is apparently used on a current-production gun and isn't going anywhere.

Walt, you are correct, the 1389-025 isn't going anywhere (for now anyway). It's the newer, black version for the current .22 caliber 2289 Backpacker. I think the older posts you looked at were referring to the old, green color 1389-010 part, which is the same molded, two piece plastic but it was that god-awful green color they used on the .177 caliber Backpackers in the 90's. That one is history.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: Gipper49 on October 09, 2014, 01:30:32 PM
Ordered this just yesterday along with some seals

P-rod complete trigger frame - $38.62

Brian
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: Sathiel on October 24, 2014, 05:15:44 PM
Is there an easy way to get prices than having to call them once in a while?

With all the part being on sale on the web, eBay, etc... Seems to buy directly from crosman is way better as for the pricing... right? Beside expensive shipping?

Thanks for any insight...
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: BDS on October 24, 2014, 06:19:54 PM
Is there an easy way to get prices than having to call them once in a while?

With all the part being on sale on the web, eBay, etc... Seems to buy directly from crosman is way better as for the pricing... right? Beside expensive shipping?

Thanks for any insight...

Nope.. Crosman wants the old-skool hurdles (parts list reading and phone calls) to be jumped over by actual Crosman customers and hobby-ists versus casual Ebay buyers and sellers who can't even spell Crosman.

This is a RARE service in this day and age (try getting Gamo on the phone with P/Ns they won't even publish) and Crosman views it as just that, a service to the AG Hobby community. If they automated all this, it would just become a clearing house and amazon-like operation for Ebay Scoundrels >:(  who sell plastic front sights for $15 + $8 shpg. when the Crosman price is $3.85 ea + $4 shpg.

And when was $4 "expensive shipping"  ???
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: Sathiel on October 24, 2014, 06:41:37 PM
And when was $4 "expensive shipping"  ???

Thanks for your comment. I agree.
I've seen $10 springs on the web... Come on...

As for the shipping, it was expensive when I wanted to buy a steel breech... Around $7.50 to USA (NY) and $15 to Canada.
But that was using their online quote shopping cart....
I finally opted for pyramid air for that peice...
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: BDS on October 24, 2014, 06:46:16 PM
"Oh Canada"... no, really, oh, Canada? Yup, International Shpg. applies.

Why not just drive over from Toronto to Rochester and buy your stuff? If you bring snacks to the Crosman Cust Service girls, you will be golden!



Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: Sathiel on October 24, 2014, 06:50:34 PM
Ahahah... ;D

I'm from Montreal, so I usually dropship my stuff to the States, just across the borders.

I save a lot  :-*
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: FranticFred on January 03, 2015, 02:35:26 PM
Does Crosman have a published parts and price list anywhere?It has been suggested that a steel breech for my new 1377 would be a wise and worthy investment.However,adding that price onto everything else that I would like to add,makes the total $ take a pretty good jump.

I thought maybe there was a Classified here,but it's not like there are many who will be selling their steel breeches from their 1377 modded to 1322. :)

Is the steel breech the same for a 1377 or 1322?
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: brz-ryder † on January 09, 2015, 04:50:43 AM
Yup the breechs are the same just need to change the bolt from the .117 one to the .22 one
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: crossliner on January 09, 2015, 05:01:16 AM
Does Crosman have a published parts and price list anywhere?It has been suggested that a steel breech for my new 1377 would be a wise and worthy investment.However,adding that price onto everything else that I would like to add,makes the total $ take a pretty good jump.

I thought maybe there was a Classified here,but it's not like there are many who will be selling their steel breeches from their 1377 modded to 1322. :)

Is the steel breech the same for a 1377 or 1322?

Before you buy one kindly read this thread..


http://www.crosman-air-pistol-owners-forum.com/board/index.php/topic,11476.msg145127/topicseen.html#msg145127 (http://www.crosman-air-pistol-owners-forum.com/board/index.php/topic,11476.msg145127/topicseen.html#msg145127)
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: mudduck48 on January 09, 2015, 05:01:54 AM
Yup the breechs are the same just need to change the bolt from the .117 one to the .22 one
Brz, have you been into the Rum again? .117ca?  ???
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: FLplinker on February 19, 2016, 08:38:14 PM
I made a parts order from Crosman last week and here's some latest prices:

-24" .22 barrel 2260-003 $14.10
-14.5" .22 barrel 2250-019 $13.02
-13XX valve assembly 1322C013 $6.08 (dang that's cheap)
-standard front sight 788-101 $1.15
-fiber optic front sight 760-201 $1.54
-carbine stock with screw holes 1399A001 $10.87
-760 barrel band 760D008 $1.15
-760 pump tube 760G094 $7.05
-Left 1701 grip 1700-031 $1.74
-Right 1701 grip 1700-032 $1.74

That's pretty cheap, but everything I got today added up to $67.07 with shipping (I skipped a couple things that no one cares about), they charged me $103 and change as I had a few other parts on my order (a couple Mrod magazines and a Powermaster 66 barrel mostly), there's no note that they are sending the rest later or anything, is this normal? I'll give them a call tomorrow hopefully if work isn't too insane...

Prices have evidently sky-rocketted in 2 1/2 years. I just bought the 1701 grips yesterday and they were $1.75 each!!!! ;) But at least at that price hike the shipping remains the same $4.

FYI the 1701P Grip Frame Assembly 2220-103 was only $36.xx Can't remember the change. I suffer from C.R.S. (Can't Remember Towels???) :)
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: quickster47 † on February 19, 2016, 09:42:26 PM
FYI the 1701P Grip Frame Assembly 2220-103 was only $36.xx Can't remember the change. I suffer from C.R.S. (Can't Remember Towels???) :)

I don't think the 1701P grip frame has gone up hardly any.  When I first bought mine I think I was paying $33.49 for each one.  Some of the good Crosman stuff is still inexpensive and I definitely believe the 1701P trigger frame is one of Crosman's best ever offerings.

Carl
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: jebhoge on August 02, 2017, 09:17:08 PM
Updates!

$11.75 for the 1399A001 carbine stock
$15.61 for the 2300-124 pressure adjustment assembly
$6.93 for the 2300-037 valve spacer

All shipped for $4.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: KevinP on May 18, 2018, 12:41:52 AM
The 1701P Grip Frame Assembly 2220-103 is now $ 37.50.  :-*
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: CraigH on May 18, 2018, 01:24:46 AM
Still a good value.    And still wish CCS would make it an option on 2300KT, 2400KT, and 1300KT.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: KevinP on May 18, 2018, 01:31:43 AM
It sure is.
Still $4.00 shipping.
But in New York 8% sales tax is added .....
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: BillK on May 18, 2018, 03:43:30 AM
MI tax added also.  Shipping has gone up for barrels.  The last 10" barrel was $4 but they mentioned most barrels would be more than the $4 charge.
Title: 1701P MUZZLE BRAKE
Post by: cobalt327 on May 18, 2018, 05:35:02 AM
Can anyone tell me if the hardware is included when you buy p/n 1701-023 muzzle brake?
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: arkmaker on May 18, 2018, 01:07:12 PM
I would guess that you will need to oeder each of the parts shown. Normally, it will say "assy" for an assembly.
 
This is a nice front site with the ability to turn the post for a thinner or thicker view.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: cobalt327 on May 19, 2018, 12:39:40 AM
I also like that it's thin on the bottom so it'll clear an extended tube. I'll ask what's included when I put the order in, but getting info that way doesn't always work. Otherwise I'll just order everything shown.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: cobalt327 on May 21, 2018, 08:33:46 PM
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.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: CraigH on May 21, 2018, 08:55:14 PM
Do (will) you have both Discovery hammer springs from which the specs can be measured?
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: cobalt327 on May 21, 2018, 09:46:37 PM
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.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: cobalt327 on May 21, 2018, 10:58:25 PM
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 that!  8)
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: cobalt327 on May 27, 2018, 02:10:56 AM
I would guess that you will need to oeder each of the parts shown. Normally, it will say "assy" for an assembly.
 
This is a nice front site with the ability to turn the post for a thinner or thicker view.
You are right- I did need all the listed parts. But wow was I surprised when I got looking a little closer and found either a typo or the most expensive sight post in existence!
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: cobalt327 on May 27, 2018, 02:40:58 AM
Please disregard.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: cobalt327 on August 23, 2018, 03:12:51 PM
Do (will) you have both Discovery hammer springs from which the specs can be measured?
Sorry I took so long to get back w/this. I believe the following is correct- I know for the spring I have (bottom spring) the specs are correct.

Disco (previously called the “new” hammer spring): 16 coils, 2.25" OAL, 0.035” wire
Disco Hammer spring p/n 2261A009 bought 6-2018: 1.65” OAL, 0.282” OD, 0.043” wire
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: CraigH on August 23, 2018, 06:16:03 PM
That looks good, Mark.    I had 0.042" wire in my spread sheet, but remeasuring, it is 0.043".
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: jebhoge on February 01, 2019, 09:01:00 PM
Some price updates; ordered today:

P-Rod Forestock, 2220-002, $5.30
Screw, 8-32 X .375, BHCS, 2220-003, $1.15
Screw, 8-32 X .437, SHCS, 2220-005, $1.15
Hammer Spring Guide, 2300-040, $6.45
P-Rod Forestock Mounting Bracket, 2220-007, $5.20
1701p Grip Frame, 2220-103, $37.00
2250B Barrel Band, 2250-007, $6.60

Also, the Crosman Custom Shop 18" .177 barrel is $22 but I didn't grab it at this moment. I also needed the .177 bolt assembly but it was out of stock.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: CraigH on February 01, 2019, 11:06:39 PM
Good to see the price of grip frame assembly 2220-103 is holding at a reasonable price.   Thanks for the update!
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: jebhoge on February 08, 2019, 09:17:37 PM
WOW...that 18" barrel is actually $22 SHIPPED. I guess because of size, it's more expensive to ship, but the barrel itself is about $10.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: KevinP on February 09, 2019, 02:31:51 PM
WOW...that 18" barrel is actually $22 SHIPPED. I guess because of size, it's more expensive to ship, but the barrel itself is about $10.

Perhaps that is the LW barrel ?
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: jebhoge on February 09, 2019, 04:13:20 PM
No, the LW barrel would be more than that, I'm sure. I was exclaiming on the lowness of the price for an 18" barrel.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: arkmaker on March 26, 2019, 04:13:45 PM
I just bought a 18" . 22 Barrel from Crosman. Cost $14.25 and shipping was $17.35. I had some other stuff in there but they said it was the barrel that drove up the shipping costs.


Have they gone away from the flat $4.00 date on everything?? I Should have asked...
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: cobalt327 on March 26, 2019, 04:22:47 PM
IIRC, barrels don't fall under the $4 shipping. And I seem to recall metal breeches or breech 'kits' didn't either, but I'm hazy on that.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: CraigH on March 26, 2019, 07:51:48 PM
I think it's only on barrels - call them to be sure.
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: jebhoge on April 05, 2019, 08:41:56 PM
$4 flat shipping is still standard.

Discovery Front Fibre Optic Sight   (1761-025) $12.75
Discovery Front Sight Mount (1761-024) $5.35
Title: Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
Post by: Hoosier Daddy on April 07, 2019, 06:53:53 PM
These are as of March 2019...

Steel breech kit 177   1377-SBPK   $34.99      
Challenger pwr adj   CH2009-120   $16.30
Challenger Hammer Assmbly Stroke adj   CH2009-110   $18.30
Challenger Trigger assembly   1763A105   $47.05
Challenger Trigger guard   CH2009-031   $9.75
Disco steel Breech   1761-019   $29.70
Disco Breech plug   AS2250-020   $2.00
1701 Trigger group   2220-103   $36.50
2260 lower tube   2260-004   $9.70
2260 end cap and extension   2260-002   $7.20
2260 end cap (rear)   2250-004   $5.65
2260 stock lug   2260-012   $5.15
2260 stock screw (1/4-20 oval head)   2260-013   $1.15
2260 barrel band   2240-001   $3.45
2260 barrel band grub screw   88-089   $1.15
2260 barrel spacer   2260-006   $5.45
      
2250 front barrel band   2250-007   $6.60
2250 grub screw   88-089   $1.15