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Now you, the airgun hobbyist, can attach your favorite dovetail accessories to your 2240, 2250, 2260, 2289 and 1322 airgun. This Steel Breech kit not only has a superior look, but it alleviates the need to purchase separate parts. With an all-steel construction, it provides durability which in turn may improve your accuracy. With just the use of the two hex wrenches included and a flat-head screwdriver, this breech will be attached and ready for your accessories.
- Does NOT support mounting of original rear sight
- WILL support mounting of the LPA MIM sight
- Dovetail groove
This kit may be attached to Crosman airgun model numbers 2240, 2250, 2260, 2289 and 1322.
- Technical Specs
SKU 2240SBPK Caliber No Joules No
Steel Breech Kit is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 34.Rated 5 out of 5 by hugh from Crosman Steel Breech most important upgrade This steel breech kit is in my opinion the single most important upgrade you can install on your Crosman. This breech will enable you to install optics on a rock solid base. I am referring to the 3/8 dovetail machined into the top of the breech.It will also give you a superior mounting base for a longer steel barrel. I prefer the long breech when installing a longer barrel. There are several you tube videos that will teach you how to install your new breech. Crosman includes a shorter screw to replace the original screw that goes through your rear sight. It is important that you use this screw so you breech will operate smoothly.Date published: 2017-10-17Rated 5 out of 5 by HYPH4ZE from Most value added This kit upgrade is amazing value added for your 1322. I used one of the tutorials on Youtube to mod my 1322 and it was super easy. I was able to mount a Reflex red dot sight. This was the main reason why I wanted to upgrade. Now my sight rests rock solid on the rail. NOTE: You will need the 11mm to 22mm dovetail adapter for most sights so pay attention when shopping for accessories.Date published: 2018-08-24Rated 5 out of 5 by Motorhead from An absolute must have! This upgrade not only allows for mounting a dovetail, there are a number of other ways to accomplish this, it is also the single largest improvement you can make. Why they aren't standard I can only guess at but I'm fairly sure it has to do with cost and keeping it down. The breach is solid as a rock when installed correctly and allows for better accuracy from barrel stabilization, coupled with an aftermarket barrel band, such as the 2289 Backpacker's or one of the pricier brass or stainless versions. Add to this some NOS old school 1322 barrel trim spacer trim and you have a very solidly mounted barrel. I won't go into the numerous other up grades except to mention extended probe bolts. None of this is possible without this one simple upgrade and everything else mentioned here is quick and simple with huge gains in CONSISTENT accuracy!Date published: 2017-07-18Rated 4 out of 5 by EricB from Nice but assembly a little tricky Glad to get the steel breech but one should know two things before ordering. First the original sight will not work so one has to use one of the better sights crossman sells (I had one on a .177 that I swapped over—a great improvement btw). Second, fitting the barrel back with the transfer port held properly is a little tricky and not explained at all in the instructions. No doubt there is a YouTube video to help but I had to do it wrong once and then get it right. With those two qualifications it’s a very desirable upgrade.Date published: 2018-01-08Rated 2 out of 5 by Will22 from Honest steel breach review I bought the steel breach to do some mods to my 2240. The steel breach works as it should there was nothing wrong with it. The directions on installing it are completely worthless. You will want to watch a YouTube video if this is your first time doing something like this. The bolt is no longer brass but a blued metal and it will pop up when you fire the pistol. You will also need to watch that the handle doesn’t come lose. Why two stars? I don’t know that it is worth it. I put a red dot on mine but, I prefer open sights. The rear sight cost more than the breach did and I have an issue paying that. Truthfully I would not by this again. If I had it to do over I would just enjoy the 2240 the way it comes.Date published: 2019-03-08Rated 5 out of 5 by SlowHand from Excellent 1st Upgrade I recently rediscovered air guns because of my grandson. i bought a Crosman 2240 to shoot with him while he was busy plinking cans. Since then I have discovered a huge amount of upgrades for the 2240 so I'm converting mine to a carbine complete with scope. If you're wanting to upgrade a 2240, the steel breech is a good place to start. It adds weight to the gun, and provides much needed rails to add a scope or red dot to. You do lose the original back iron sights but they're not needed if you're adding a scope. If you do decide to add iron rear sights, be aware they are costly.Date published: 2017-12-18Rated 5 out of 5 by Jjchvl from Great upgrade The steel breech is pretty much a mandatory upgrade for anyone who takes their pellet gun hobby even sort of seriously. It makes a world of difference in several functional ways which others have listed better than I could. Buying directly from Crosman also saved me money from all the scalpers who buy Crosman out of these and then stick em on Amazon or Ebay for $15-$20 more. If you see these breech kits in stock here on Crosman Web site then I'd advise you to grab one before the scalpers buy Crosman out of them again. I will also add my opinion that Crosman should include the steel breech on the pistols the breech fits(and use to do so, I believe). It's too bad that you have to buy an "add on" just to reach a quality level that use to be standard.Date published: 2017-09-22Rated 4 out of 5 by midnightair from want a scope? longer barrel? get this. If you're ready to start modifications to your 13xx, this is a good first purchase. I give it 4 stars because it should be a standard feature on the 13xx and I feel it costs a bit too much as an add on. If you are uncomfortable taking your gun apart then stick with the plastic breech. You really don't "need" this unless you are getting on that upgrade train!!!!!!!!!!!Date published: 2017-06-06
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