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Average Customer Review5 (69 reviews)
Things I liked:Wonderful balance and feel--like the 1377(.177 cal) I shot for years. The .22 is much quieter at 8 pumps than the .77 cal at 10 pumps. I've been target shooting at 10 yards and am happy with the groups and figure I can make them even better with practice. I haven't had a chance to shoot at 20-30 yards and am hoping the performance is the same. Not a bad value if you're not worried about the accuracy of the sights.
Things I would have changed:Open sights are simple/cheap (metal screw into plastic base which tells you don't over-tighten or adjust frequently or you'll strip the plastic). That would be fine if the sights enabled adequate adjustments for accuracy. In my case, I maxed out on the possible elevation and windage adjustments and my groups were still 9" high and 9" to the right of the bulls eye at 10 yards. Sorta takes the fun out of shooting when you have to aim low and to the left of the target in the hope of hitting it.
What others should know:The add-on options PyramydAir sells to fix the sight problem seem less than perfect to me (the product reviews on the website suggest the fixes may not work) and they wind up equal to the cost of the gun itself. I'm going to try to "file and glue" home-made fixes to see if I can get the sights adjusted. Goofy way to "fix" the problem but I suspect when you don't pay much for a gun there are going to be problems.
Things I liked:Variable pump, you can use 3 to 10 pumps depending on how far you are shooting. Accuracy is amazing once you get used to the setup before and after putting the 1399 shoulder stock on, The sights are good and function well even the peep hole on the rear sight blade works well, if you really must put a scope on either the 1377 or the 1322 then I suggest getting a steel breech as it will give you a better platform for it. Over all looks to me, I think the 1377 and the 1322 are awesome looking pistols, Crosman has a real winner in the 1377 and the 1322. One of the more important factors to me and one of the reasons I bought the 1377 and the 1322 was the fact that they have a 10 1/4 inch barrel, the longer the sight radius the easier it is to shoot and the more accurate it is, when modding an 18 inch barrel is the perfect length for both accuracy and velocity. Buy one and you wont regret it, you'll have so much fun with either the 1377 or the 1322 you wont want to put them down.
Things I would have changed:Things I would change would be for me to add more of these to my collection.
What others should know:What made me purchase the 1322 was the fact that I have had a 1377 for years and it has been a solid performer, so when I made the decision to get the 1322 it was rather easy cause I already knew what I was getting into. The 1322 may be a little low on velocity but it makes that up in accuracy and plus there are a lot of mods that you can do to it, this design has been around since the mid to late 70's and for good reason. I've had my 1377 since 2000 and haven't had a single problem with it, I also still have my dads phase 1 he bought back in the mid 80's and it is still going strong. I did do a lot of mods to my 1377 and I plan on doing the same with the 1322 but I don't think I'll go as far as I did with the 1377. These pneumatic pumpers are an excellent choice for anyone whether you're just starting out or are an avid airgunner. I have plans on getting a couple of more just because they are worth their weight in gold. I highly recommend these pistols whether it be the 1377 or the 1322.
Things I liked:This is a nice gun for this price and is a good pistol for modding.
Things I would have changed:Better sights.
What others should know:Sights are not the best but good enough for the price. I reccomend and would purchase again.
Compatible with Crosman 1322 Air Pistol, Black