hill airgun valve springs

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Your choice of valve spring for your Marauder Rifle, Armada Rifle, Marauder Pistol, Woods Walker Pistol, 1701P Pistol, 1720T Pistol, Discovery Rifle, and Maximus Rifle.

 

Three hill airgun valve springs to choose from:

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hill airgun 7 valve spring

For your Benjamin Armada, Gen 2 Benjamin Marauder Rifles, Benjamin Discovery ( Disco ), Benjamin Maximus, the Marauder pistol ( P-Rod ), Woods Walker pistol, 1701P pistol,1720T pistol, and others.

Lightest rated valve spring I offer.

The best choice for regulated applications.

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hill airgun 29 valve spring

For your Benjamin Armada, Gen 2 Benjamin Marauder Rifles, Benjamin Discovery ( Disco ), Benjamin Maximus, the Marauder pistol ( P-Rod ), Woods Walker pistol, 1701P pistol,1720T pistol, and others.

+  Lower rated than the hill airgun 59 valve spring.

+  Custom made to exacting specifications.

+  Allows for the valve to be opened easier and to stay open longer than stock. 

+  Less hammer spring tension is needed to shoot the airgun (than when using the stock valve spring), which allows for an easier cocking action and a lighter trigger pull.

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*hill airgun 59 valve spring

For your Benjamin Armada .25 caliber Rifle, Gen 2 Benjamin Marauder .25 caliber Rifle, Benjamin Maximus, the Marauder pistol ( P-Rod ), Woods Walker pistol, 1701P pistol,1720T pistol, and others.

+ Rated the highest of the three hill airgun valve springs and is for a very low shot to shot variance (a low E.S.) throughout the entire shot string / fill pressure. 

*The 59 valve spring does not fit the Gen 1 Marauder Rifles stock valve cap or the Marauder and Woods Walker Pistols stock valve cap. I offer a custom valve cap that allows for the use of either the hill 7, hill 29 or hill 59 valve spring, in all Benjamin rifles and pistols. When ordering, click on the drop down menu and choose for Rifle or Pistol  (Maximus will need to use the custom Pistol valve cap).

 

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