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1-year limited warranty
List Price $76.95 Save $16.96 (22%)
Earn 60 Bullseye Bucks
An American classic! The .22-caliber version of the popular 1377 pistol, this gun delivers more than what you paid for. Load and shoot at spinners or paper targets all day long. No need to go to 10 pumps...take a load off and use only 3-5 pumps for some relaxing shooting. Great for the whole family because younger members can use less pumps but still have the pleasure of shooting this wonderful little air pistol. Makes a great starter gun to teach anyone how to shoot airguns or firearms.
While the open sights are very nice, you can buy the 459MT mounts that pop onto the barrel. They provide a 2-piece 3/8" optics rail for a pistol scope, dot sight or laser.
|Max Velocity||460 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: The gun is a survival piece that everyone should own. It has so many upgrades available to suit all tastes. The value for the dollar is amazing. You get a lot for the price of the base gun. Its a blast to shoot. Add the shoulder stock and it becomes far more accurate. Add breach, longer barrel and optics and its a tack driver.
Things I would have changed: To keep it cost effective, plastic parts are used. I am on my third purchase of the 1322 and 1300KT .22 cal pumper. I mod out everything... As far as the base gun, sights are a little weak, but if you plan to mod it and add the steel breach then optics can be added, its a non issue.
What others should know: By far the most fun and modifiable cheap airgun you can find. I love them so much I use it exclusively. The mod process is the most fun, it can be any level of complexity and modification limited only by your imagination and availability of custom parts.
Things I liked: Easy to pump, good power, reasonable price.
Things I would have changed: Nothing, a lot of plastic in comparison to the original but thats to be expected today. Real firearms have plastic to. This modern version shoots like the original.
What others should know: The benjamin pump guns are made with greater quality, but are less powerfull, harder to pump, and cost a lot more.
Things I liked: You control how much pop you want or need.
Things I would have changed: As others have mentioned - pump handle can pinch you. Only once, you learn to adapt.
What others should know: Very accurate and good for practice and backyard pest control.
Does the Steel Breech Upgrade Service plan come with a rear sight?
No sir, it does not. But Crosman offers one for (in my honest opinion WAY too much) $40-$50 USD Standard 2-white dot rear-sight made specifically for the steel breech mod. In my opinion sir, your best bet would be going with a $30-$60 Dot/Holo sight, or a compact rifle scope, like the Leapers 'Bug buster' scope for instance. I've yet to decide between a Dot/Holo sight or a Compact scope myself, also so far I've done the Transfer port mod, hammer spring mod, steel breech mod, skeleton stock carbine mod, & the Crosman backpacker fatter forearm mod. It hits with some SERIOUS power and accuracy currently, once I finish the high capacity valve mod, adjustable 2 stage trigger mod with fully adjustable trigger spring, and add either an 18"-24" barrel instead of the stock barrel, I'm expecting this baby to hit as hard as a break barrel. VERY fun gun to modify; Once you start the mods on this beauty, haha... Let's just say you won't want to stop until you make it officially 'YOURS' ;-) hope I was of some help! Enjoy your day, happy huntin' ! - Ryan
Can this 1322 be shipped to italy?
I am thinking of installing a longer barrel. I understand you must bore out the barrel band in order to install a longer barrel. I was wondering if the stock band is rigid enough to hold the longer barrel secure without movement.
You can order a new barrel band from Crosman or you can find it on eBay, I put a 24 inch barrel on my 1377 years ago and didn't want to chop up the front sight in case I decided I wanted to revert back to the original set up. You may also want to consider installing the steel breech along with the longer barrel as it will increase the accuracy.
|Max Velocity||460 fps|