This listing is for a small
spring and bushing that allows any Crosman model
that accepts the 1399 Shoulder Stock to be quickly detachable.
The spring and bushing utilize
the otherwise empty hole on the backside of the grip frame.
If you look at your grip frame, you'll see a hole in front of the rearmost
screw that holds the frame to the gas tube.
As long as you have that hole, this will work. Don't have that hole? Drill
Anyhow, instead of having the
two screws that hold the shoulder stock in place
via the grip screw location, this is a spring-activated bushing that holds
the entire thing in place.
If you've ever had a 2289
Backpacker, this is the same setup.
Note that while the shoulder stock that comes with the 2289 does NOT have
grip screw holes for this
very reason, you can now use the normal 1399 shoulder stock with OR without
the grip screws.
What this means is that if you
have a 2240, 2250 (or even a 2260) and also the 1322 or 1377...you can now quickly detach the shoulder stock with no tools required.
And, obviously, these are
replacement parts for the OEM setup as found on the 2289.
Note that in personal testing,
without the grip screws in place, the shoulder stock does scoot around a
I've found that often even WITH grip screws the shoulder stock still
Shimming the gap between the
frame and the shoulder stock with tape helps keep things tight. Also a bit
of door weatherstripping from Lowe's / Home Depot pressed in the notch in
the bottom of the shoulder stock works great.
This listing is for the spring
and bushing ONLY.