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    Posted: March-22-2023 at 7:54pm
Hi all
I looking for model 95 plumger a friend gave it to me but the plumger is missing let me know if any one has one let me know the price you take for it God bless oldgeorge
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In case anyone has an old plunger (or even just a plunger tube) and they're not sure what it fits, here's a couple photos showing a 95 plunger assembly.

If anyone has just a bare plunger tube, that would be great- I would be happy to send George everything else needed to turn it into a
like-new assembly for his new-to-him model 95.

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I have several assembly’s in my misc. parts drawer and do not know what they came out of.
If you can give some dimensions of the assembly like total length, air tube length and air seal diameter maybe I can pick the correct one.
I did label my Red Ryder assemblies but those are the only ones I labeled.  My mistake.  I guess I thought I would be replacing one I removed and could figure it out.
I have one that looks promising from the picture and I could part with it if it will work.
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Originally posted by Oldgeorge Oldgeorge wrote:

Hi all
I looking for model 95 plumger a friend gave it to me but the plumger is missing let me know if any one has one let me know the price you take for it God bless oldgeorge

Hi George.   Let's email.
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Rick, a used piston will be close to 13/16" (0.8125") when measured across the middle like shown here:


The length of the plunger tube is about 7.5".

I think this is the right length for the air tube, measured from the face of the piston to the tip. The spring, air tube and piston are less important than the plunger tube because I can send George a new spring, air tube, piston, pin and wiper anyway:



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So you saying that a 95 piston will compress to 13/16 when installed into the compression chamber?
Interesting...............
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Originally posted by cobalt327 cobalt327 wrote:

Rick, a used piston will be close to 13/16" (0.8125") when measured across the middle like shown here:


The length of the plunger tube is about 7.5".

I think this is the right length for the air tube, measured from the face of the piston to the tip. The spring, air tube and piston are less important than the plunger tube because I can send George a new spring, air tube, piston, pin and wiper anyway:




My assembly is used and the face to tip measures 2 11/16 which is close.
The measurement across the base of the piston is 7/8 and 29/32 at the top end.
The piston is pretty hard.
The total length of the assembly is 10 15/16 inches with the length from the air tube end to the trigger latch point of 10 11/16.
I can get the micrometers and dial calipers out if my unit looks like it is going to be what George needs.
Do you think this is the one George needs?
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Hi Rick
Sorry I didn't answer you yeah I'll give you my email address and then you can email me okay georgethayer44@gmail.com
The one I need is like the one that Mark from cobalt327 like picture he posted give me a price I will be happy pay you for it ok God bless oldgeorge
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Originally posted by Oldgeorge Oldgeorge wrote:

Hi Rick
Sorry I didn't answer you yeah I'll give you my email address and then you can email me okay georgethayer44@gmail.com
The one I need is like the one that Mark from cobalt327 like picture he posted give me a price I will be happy pay you for it ok God bless oldgeorge

Let’s see what Mark says about the total length and the sizes I measured.
If he thinks what I have works, I will need your mailing address for mailing the assembly.
Is the forearm you are looking for plastic or wood?
I have several forearms in the parts drawer that I do not know what they fit.
All I need is more info to know if I have what you need for the forearm.
Let’s see what Mark says.
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