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Crosman 1377C / PC77

PY-198-561

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Crosman 1377C / PC77 air pistol, now called P1377
New sleek and modern design! An easy to operate, hard to put down bolt action pneumatic pistol (Model: P1377BR)

If ever there was a classic American air pistol, it would be this gun. The Crosman 1377C is a powerful multi-pump pneumatic that's been enjoyed by millions of shooters for decades.

One of the reasons it's so popular is that it delivers a real wallop, spitting pellets out the muzzle at 600 fps (with 10 pumps). This pistol is suitable for plinking, popping paper targets, hitting spinners and killing tin cans.

This pistol comes with a blade front sight and a fully adjustable rear. You can mount a pistol scope or a red dot on it, but you'll need the 459MT intermount. The plastic grip and pump handle are checkered to give you a firm grip. There's even a thumbrest on the grip.

With traditional Crosman reliability built into this pistol, you'll be enjoying it for many years to come and passing it along to your children and grandchildren.


Click the AMMO link to stock up on quality pellets. Check the ACCESSORIES link for the 459 MT intermount, rings, scopes, red dots, targets, maintenance gear and safety glasses.
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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity600 fpsMeasured with 7.90-gr ammo
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length10.25"
Overall Length13.63"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort3-10 pumps
BarrelRifled
Front SightBlade and Ramp
Rear SightAdjustable for windage and elevation
ScopeableNo
ButtplateNone
Suggested forPlinking & target practice
Trigger Pull5.5 lbs
ActionBolt-action
SafetyManual
PowerplantMulti-pump pneumatic
FunctionSingle-shot
Body TypePistol
Weight2.0 lbs
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By Rick from USA on 2015-11-30
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Things I liked: Accuracy and power is great out of the box for an air pistol.

Things I would have changed: It's about time Crosman updated this gun and sold it with a steel breech already installed.

What others should know: It's possible to hit a coke can at 40 yards free hand and open sights 5 out of 10 times! Accuracy!

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By chris from USA on 2015-11-15
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Things I liked: cheap to fire and easy to use, adjustable rear sight is nice and for what it is, it is one of the highest velocity bb pistols available for this cost range. I still maintain and use an original 1377 from 1979 (original was launched in 1977 i think) and the pump and pressure tank assembly are available and rebuild-able, the original could fire bb's and pellets that i miss with this model and i blame Michigan (at-lest for the 22 cal version) for that one. in my find state a pellet pistol with rifling is a considered a full blown pistol and is registered as one, the original 1377 fired both bb's and pellets and has a rifled barrel so we could get the accuracy of a pellet and flexibility of a bb. oddly the 1377c can indeed fire bb's but does not have a magnetized bolt like the original. there is also a stock that is an accessory to this and brings the accuracy with pellets dang close to a pellet rifle, very good for pinking and training, also having fun in the back yard or indoors

Things I would have changed: Bring back the magnetic bolt for flexibility in ammo and offer a standard size scope adapter with a rail most items use

What others should know: almost all of the major parts are easily available, both my 1377 and the 1377c where in a house fire, rusted but still worked and restored to full operation due to parts being available, even for the 1979 model. also like most pump guns, not a good place where there is a lot of sand or other abrasive contaminants, while they are rebuild, sand id there nemesis

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By edward from USA on 2015-04-24
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Things I liked: I own several of these dandies in both the .22 and .177. I always upgrade with a steel breech and sights. If you ask me this is all it takes to make these pistols a first class pistol. I have some newer ones that have never been shot and some that I've owned many years and have spent many hours target shooting at the shooting range and in my back yard shooting range. It's just good clean fun that doesn't cost much. I've never had problems with them and for the accuracy I want, I haven't found a pellet that doesn't preform satisfactorily. For a person who considers himself a pellet gun collector or shooter, this classic gun is a must, and if you wish to consider yourself a pellet gun snob, the steel breech and improved sights are a must.

Things I would have changed: I am still amazed that this little pistol sells so cheaply. Such quality for so little. I wouldn't change anything.

What others should know: I practice with the little Gamo pellet trap. I have a fifteen yard range in my back yard, set up quite nicely. Off hand at 15 yards I can score my hits very consistently with any old cheap pellet, and save the more expensive pellets for the rifles.

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  • Robert from USA asked:

    Is this a pellet air pistol or a BB air pistol or both?

    • Stanley from USA:

      This is a .177 caliber pellet pistol only.

  • Jasper from India asked:

    How long can I leave it pumped -say 7 to 10 pumps - without damaging the integral parts ?

    • Stanley from USA:

      I wouldn't leave it pumped for more than an hour ?

  • txfish219 from USA asked:

    When not using the 1377C or other muti-pump gun, should you leave it pumped? If yes, how many pumps?

    • Stanley from USA:

      1 to two 2 pumps will work i periodically check mine to make sure there still holding air.

    • michael from USA:

      Probably should I personally didnt know this until recently, mine is almost 20 years old, stored unpumped and used occasionally and it still functions well.

    • Tyler from USA:

      Leave one pump in the gun when not in use.

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Item Description

In stockCR-P1377BR [PY-198-561]
An American classic. Uses 3-10 pumps, ideal for plinking.
Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity600 fpsMeasured with 7.90-gr ammo
Muzzle Energy6.32 ft/lbsMeasured with 7.90-gr ammo
StockSynthetic
GripAmbi
ColorBrown

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