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Average Customer Review5 (187 reviews)
Things I liked:Price point for the accuracy you can get.
Things I would have changed:Smoothen out trigger...change the breech back to metal. Sights a little weak.
What others should know:Once you get this dialed in it will shoot better than you do...many upgrades to choose from but there goes the idea of buying a great low cost weapon. Seems to like many differant pellets but I look forward to trying many differant kinds.
Things I liked:I picked a refurb and for 35 bucks this pistol is incredible. Once zeroed in this is a very accurate pistol. I can shoot this as is or mod to my liking and that is a reason this is a classic.
Things I would have changed:The grips are a weak point cause they are a bit loose. I am sure I can make some decent grips out of some pallet wood. Down the road I may change out the breech and go with a scope or some better sites.
What others should know:Great gun. This pistol is lefty friendly and variable power makes for a good indoor shooter.
Things I liked:Low purchase cost. Low operating cost (no powerlettes to buy). Variable power (and sound level). Nice long breech accepts every 0.177 pellet I have ever tried - and shoots them all accurately. Absolutely no surprises. HUGE upgrade path. Easy and fun to shoot.
Things I would have changed:A rubber or felt pad on the pump arm to reduce the "clack-clack" of pumping.
What others should know:I have put a couple thousand pellets through my little 1377, and love it. I have other, "better" air-guns, but this is always the first one I grab to go plinking. It is accurate (even with the "basic" sights). I normally hit milk-jug caps and charcoal brickets at 20 yards, no problem. This little gun is quite a bit more accurate than I am :) Oh, be sure to flip the rear sight around - the aperture sight is a bit better than the blade (especially for us old dudes) I did change out the pump handle for a more comfortable one and added a shoulder stock (so it's sort of a "backpacker" at this point). It's a great gun for tinkering or just leaving alone. The only issue I have ever had is when I left it in the sun on a hot GA day and the rubber plunger got soft and popped off the pump ram - after it cooled off, everything was fine again.
Compatible with Crosman 1377C / PC77