Date: 15/8/2018 14:25
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Customers Q&A on Crosman 1322 Air Pistol, Black

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  • david from USA asked:

    Which is better the Crosman 1322 or The Browning Express 800 .22 cal. Which has more power? I have the crosman, but I get kinda turned off with it, I also brought the Benjamin trail pistol for .177, which is kinda interesting , but hard to target, and the trigger seem kinda crappy. Which is the better buy?

    • ricardo from USA:

      The Browning is not tha great

    • Stanley from USA:

      The Crosman 1322 is rated at 460fps in 22 caliber and the Browning is rated at 600fps , plus it is a break barrel so it doesn't have be pumped.The Browning is also scopeable. And then theres the big price difference ,Browning ;149.99 Crosman:59.99. There are many upgrades for the Crosman check out there website.Ive read many reviews on the Benjamin NP pistol both good and bad .Good luck deciding.

  • Jeff from USA asked:

    Does the Steel Breech Upgrade Service plan come with a rear sight?

    • Ryan David from USA:

      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

  • gabriele from Italy asked:

    Can this 1322 be shipped to italy?

    • Stanley from USA:

      Read the shipping restrictions at the bottom of the web page.

  • stephen from Canada asked:

    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.

    • Ringo from USA:

      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.

  • gerald from USA asked:

    Can this 1322 be shipped to Illinois?

    • David from USA asked:

      What are the differences between this and the PC-3608-7283?

      • Tenny from Indonesia asked:

        Which one is better between 1322 and 1377?

        • Stanley from USA:

          The only real difference is the 1322 is 22 caliber and the 1377 is .177 caliber . .177 caliber pellets are lighter therefore faster but 22 caliber hits with more energy being the heavier ammo .Its really about choice and what you plan to use it for?

      • Charles from USA asked:

        If you add the custom shoulder stock to the 1322, which scope would you use (pistol or rifle)?

        • Ryan David from USA:

          All about preference and how far you'll be shooting from, in my opinion anywhere from 5-25 yards I'd go with a dot sight or holo sight, anything past 25-30 yards I'd recommend a compact scope.

        • julio from USA:

          A red dot would be perfect

        • Tyler from USA:

          You would use a rifle scope.

      • rayalin from USA asked:

        were can I get a longer barrel for the 1322 thx

        • Dan the Man from USA:

          The Crosman custom shop.

      • Arthur from USA asked:

        will the barrel on the 1322 at 10.25 fit the 2240 at 7.5 c\Cros

        • Geno from USA:

          Yes it will

        • Dan the Man from USA:

          You would have to ask www.crosman.com about that.

      • randy from USA asked:

        what weight of pellet should i use for this gun

        • Stanley from USA:

          You may have to experiment with several weights to find the best pellet for your pistol.

        • Dan the Man from USA:

          Whatever you want. It's a pneumatic, so you won't hurt anything.

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