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Mares Cyrano Parts Diagram (Annotated)

popgun pete

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Mares have not published an exploded parts diagram for the later models (Cyrano Evo and Cyrano HF), but I finally completed the one for the earlier gun as that drawing and a separate parts list have been around for some time. Dealers no doubt have a service drawing in the Mares repair manual for the guns, but it has yet to be shown on the Web.
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The slider assembly 38 is actually the power regulator knob, but Mares have that name on their list. It is sometimes referred to as the cursor in older instruction documents.
 
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Look and ye shall find. With a bit of keyhole surgery I pieced this diagram together from an Italian site as the image was not able to be saved, but it could be done in segments, like a jigsaw of small blocks.
Cyrano Evo parts diagram.jpg

I don’t really understand why Mares did not publish it as the instruction manual for these guns tells you nothing about the gun's innards. Now that the "cat is out of the bag" maybe Mares will release it themselves in better definition as I enlarged this one so that it could be read without resorting to a magnifying glass.
 
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Here I have annotated the drawing for the "Cyrano Evo" and added some more part names where possible. Part 40 is a mystery for now.
Cyrano Evo parts diagram annotated.jpg
 
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This looks like the round tank version of the "Cyrano Evo" and bar the cylindrical tank and the larger plastic nose cone/front bulkhead it should be virtually identical in the parts layout to the HF model.
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Many years ago Mares routinely supplied these exploded parts drawings in the instruction manual, or owner's handbook, with every new gun, but they stopped doing it when the first "Cyrano" was released. The reasoning seemed to be to discourage owners from opening their guns up and instead leaving this job to their service departments. However this was a forlorn hope as finding a service centre was often impossible due to the geographical locations not making this convenient or practical. I hope that this is remedied for future pneumatic gun offerings as many gun owners have the expertise to undertake such tasks as did their fathers, or grandfathers, in years gone by. If anything access to tools has improved and Russian companies such as “Taimen” even sell special tools to assist in the dismantling of their guns.
 
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The "Cyrano HFT" should be the same as the above, but with the metal trigger and line release lever and possibly a different muzzle. The part numbers may not be the same in terms of the codes for each part, however we don't know what they are as Mares don't show them here. When the original "Cyrano" was released it was years before the parts lists became available as they were never in the owner's handbook and only went out to Mares dealers and repair centres.
Cyrano parts.jpg

By comparing the codes you can tell if say a rear grip handle has had a change that may not be obvious at first glance. Although the rear handle of the "Cyrano Evo" may look the same as the later version with the metal trigger, it may be a different part as Edosub advise that the metal trigger and line release lever are not able to be retrofitted to the "Cyrano Evo".
Cyrano handle spare parts latest version.jpg
Cyrano Evo and Cyrano rear grips.jpg
 
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