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    Posted: March-11-2019 at 5:14pm
Hi all , just trying to find a cocking handle ..or bolt for a model 990 , the Post Office has struck again and broke it off , not sure if any other model part will fit but I know a model 35 is close and that a model 880 /881 won't for sure , any help would be appreciated . 
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I was told the Daisy model 880 was the same. 
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The pictures on google look similar the the model 840 assembly. The lever is definitely not an 880.
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Do you mean the cocking lever?
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Yes, just the cocking lever. Not the bolt. 
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I have never tried this, but I am going to order a 880 cocking lever and see if it works on the 990.
When I look at the photos it does seem to be a little shorter and does not have the little nub that holds the spring on.
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That is the Pump handle. I am talking about the Bolt you pull back to load the gun. On Dannop2  990 at the beginning of this thread, His  arrived broken from the Post Office. JG Airguns just told me they are different then the 880. Their old part number was DAI860BHA2. They are out of Stock.
Sorry about the misunderstanding. My Fault. Daisy calls it the "Cocking Lever" two parts to it, the "Bolt" and the "Cocking Lever".
Wish I could post photos, but I cant get Photobucket to work. And they are not any help.
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Dannop2 just shared this with me. This is what he had to do. He used a 880 part.

 

It will work but you have to do some enlarging of the hole and you have to fill in or

cut out the side part so it will lock closed , can't remember which but pretty sure

you have to fill it in.

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I have an oddball Daisy bolt handle here, it's thicker so won't fit through the slot of the 880 receiver and the hole for the bolt pivot pin is bigger ID than an 880. If that's how the 901 is, I'll post a couple photos. Long shot but who knows.


I got it from the fuse, maybe if he sees this he can say what it fits...
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