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    I had that same air leak which is cause by damaged O-rings. The cutouts for the gage opening and the trigger area had rough edges from the stamping on my Marauder. I used a small rat tail file to remove the burrs and used a 1″  1200 grit honing brush to polish everything out. No more leaks.
     

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    Its a .25 cal as are my other air rifles and the scope is MTC viper pro 5x30x50 the same as my Bobcat.

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    Old age is already here at 72.

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    She does but their all spoken for, all the brother in laws have full gun safes.

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    I have a .25 marauder that now gets 24 shots from 2950psi to 2450psi at 855fps. I also can shoot down to 2000 psi giving me 32 shots total at 845 fps average across 32 shots. All I did was clean the metal work around the trigger slot and the air gage. I polished the tube areas around of the slots, put a WAR hammer in, lock tighten the hammer and bolt catch pins and nothing else. 
     

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    Shot me an E-mail and I can send you a copy of the PDF 

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    You missed the cyber Monday sale at 20% of and free shipping

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    This is a 10 shot group with a FX Bobcat MK II .25 at 95 yards using a MTC viper pro 5 to 30 set at 20 power.

     

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    Go to Fx’s web sight at the top it will say support. Click on it and you will see a list of gun diagrams with parts list.
    Click on impact and down load the diagrams and parts list with O-ring seizes.​

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    I have marauder .25 that had the same problem. I found the cause to be that the slot for the trigger has ruff metal edges. Also the hammer can rock down as you cock the gun. What you are feeling is the hammer digging into the air tube. Mine was so bad I had to replace the air tub. The solution I found when I got my new air tub was I had to deburr the cut out parts including the air gauge whole. You will notice that your O-rings have cuts in them from passing over that opening. Once deburred on a cordless drill run a 1 inch 1200 grit polishing hone inside the tub over the cut outs. Run it in both directions to smooth it out. I put a WAR SSG hammer in place Crosman’s hammer system. The cocking pin on the hammer and the bolt need to be tight and lock tightened. I used a light coat of BG grease where the hammer slides. My rifle shoots at 855 fps average over 24 shots from 2950 to 2450 with a standard deviation of 8 fps. I can get 32 shots for an average of 845 fps shooting down to 2050 with a standard deviation of 14 fps. My marauder cocks as smooth as any of my powder burners.  
     

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    Fx in its support tab has the brake down the Royal 400 and 500 with a parts and seize list. Maryland Metric O-rings has what you will need. I have a bobcat MK II in .25 which is basically a Royal 500 and they have all the O-rings I need for my gun.
     

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    I have a viper pro 5 x 30 on my FX bobcat which did have Hawke sidewinder 30 on it. The only thing I think it needs is a sun shad and a side wheel this is where the Hawke has an edge on the Viper. Once you set up your turret tape you will always be dead on, at least that’s been my experience. Finding your parallax’s setting is not as easy as the Hawke for me but the scope for me is a winner.
     

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    My bad it’s actually a 75 cu, ft. omega bottle.

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    Use a portable .22 cal bullet trap.Rounds go in and don’t come out, as it fragments the round on impact and catches them. I use one for my .22 power burner’s, .25 Bobcat and my .25 Marauder. No rounds ever leave the trap and for $80.00 that’s cheap insurance.

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