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    Posted: March-19-2021 at 1:57pm
Does anyone know if these parts from an 880 Powerline (aluminum pump tube) fit a dual-ammo 856 Powerline (aluminum pump tube)?
  • Chamber seal (#27)
  • "Abutement" washer (#28; I think they mean "abutment," actually looks more like an aluminum plug than a washer)
  • Pump Piston Head & Pump Tube Bottom O-Ring (#30)
  • Chamber Seals (#10)
Reference image is located here:
https://www.daisy880.net/?page_id=12
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Clear photo of parts is on e-bay (among other places):
https://www.ebay.com/c/556675302
I assume that Daisy is smart enough to re-purpose these parts going forward, but I have read that a version of the 880 that uses a brass pump tube, vs. aluminum, requires a different kit for that earlier model 880, which leads me to believe that the plug-looking "washer" and pressure seal are a different diameter between these pump-tube designs.
I have a Model 865 I bought probably in the late 1990s, it's got low miles, looks new, and worked great until I recently took it apart to remove a pellet that was jammed on the barrel-side (vs. pellet-insertion side) of the pressure chamber, and which a coat-hanger ramrod failed to dislodge. Reassembly went together fine -- after I found the safety-switch spring and ball bearing that had popped out and scattered onto the floor -- but it no longer builds pressure from pumping, which I've read likely means that the O-rings and seals aren't functioning like they did 30+ years ago... 
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