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Crosman 1377C / PC77 Reviews

Crosman 1377C / PC77

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

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By JIMS19 from USA on 2010-02-03 02:31:40

Things I liked:

GREAT POWER, GOOD BALANCE AND EXCELLENT ACCURACY. THEY DONT MAKE AIR PISTOLS LIKE THIS AND IVE SHOT A FEW IN MY DAY.

Things I would have changed:

THE GRIPS, BUT THAT CAN BE CHANGED TO WOOD, THEY ARE FOR SALE IF IT STARTS TO BOTHER ME.

What others should know:

THIS IS A VERY POWERFUL AIR GUN. AT 10 PUMPS YOU WILL GET 600 FPS, I HAVE WITH 11.5 GRAIN .177 PELLETS THATS 12 FPE. ALWAYS KEEP 1 PUMP WHEN NOT IN USE IN THE PISTOL TO PROTECT THE SEALS AND POWERPLANT.

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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

1.0 1.0

1.0 1.0

1.0 1.0

By Bill from USA on 2021-07-10 15:28:03

Things I liked:

None

Things I would have changed:

The inability to actually adjust the sights for accuracy is why this item was returned.

What others should know:

Do not buy this air gun

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  • 4.0 4.0

    5.0 5.0

    4.0 4.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    Good power at 8 pumps. Shooting at 45 ft. Group at 1&1/2 inches. Pest hit rate 40%.

    Things I would have changed:

    At this price I don't think anything can change.

    What others should know:

    NO

  • 5.0 5.0

    4.0 4.0

    5.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    I have several pellet rifles and a co2 pistol but this 1377 is fun to shoot .Im hitting tomato cans at 35ft and the pellets 7.9gr are going through. Great fun and accurate.I hit target at 100ft with steady rest.

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    What's not to like about the Crosman 1377? Simple, durable, accurate and very affordable. Select the velocity level by the number of pumps you put in it. This Crosman product has been around for over 70 years (Started with the Crosman 130 in the 1950's.) and has a reputation for performance. Also, it's Made in America, 55 miles from my home, in Bloomfield, NY! The 1377 is a great value in American Air Guns!

    Things I would have changed:

    Sights; I painted mine bright green for better visibility. Needs a nice, square rear notch as a minimum. Also, the front sight is truly canted, but it is a fabricated muzzle cap. A bit of quality control would be nice; it should be perpendicular! The trigger is somewhat heavy, but quite usable. I would also appreciate a metal grip frame; I may get a steel breach option on the next one.

    What others should know:

    Buy lots of .177 pellets. It's that much fun (and cheap) to shoot.

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    I have 2 Crosman 1377s they are rugged, simple and accurate. They have power for paper and power for cans. All for around sixty bucks. The only modification I made was a white stripe on the front site otherwise just out of the box. I am in my eighties and can still get all the power I want. The best bargain in air gunning. Get one or more.

    Things I would have changed:

    Maybe longer barrel.

    What others should know:

    Happy with customer service.

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    Astonishingly accurate right out of the box using crosman competition wadcutters and crosman hollow points. With the original sights I can hit a soda can reliably at 45 yards. Comfortable to hold and shoot. Pumping effort is reasonable.

    Things I would have changed:

    I would like it to be offered with the steel breech and aluminum sight already installed. The trigger was rough enough to give me a blister on my finger. Even a small amount of cleanup on the casting would be a great improvement. The slope on the front sight reflects the sky and makes aiming difficult. It could easily be made vertical for about 1/8 inch to eliminate the glare. (without increasing production cost)

    What others should know:

    When you look down the bore, the rifling appears to be regular rectangular like most guns have. However, it is actually small triangular ridges protruding inwards, and only a few 1/1000 of an inch. This is probably why it is so astonishingly accurate. Great care will need to be taken when cleaning to avoid damaging the rifling. It is probably best to avoid hard alloy pellets.

  • 4.0 4.0

    4.0 4.0

    4.0 4.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    It is a lot like the old Crosman rifle I shot as a child, it was 22cal & this is 177, but unlike the rifle, it is hard to cock, accurate, just harder to use than the rifle, for me, maybe not for most, it is well made & may be easier to use once I break it in.

    Things I would have changed:

    An easier pump would be nice, it should be as easy as the rifle.

    What others should know:

    I do like the brand & quality, just miss real wood stocks.

  • 4.0 4.0

    4.0 4.0

    4.0 4.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    Built in East Bloomfield, NY; about 60 mi. from my home. Nice styling and balance. Simple, durable design. Relatively inexpensive and good quality. Very good value. Consider I also own 2 Beeman P1's; the 1377 is quickly becoming as much of a favorite as those.

    Things I would have changed:

    Sights! Front was crooked out of the packaging, but I got the gun sighted in with little trouble. Front is also hard to see, I will need to paint it orange.

    What others should know:

    If you can't afford a P1, get a 1377.

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    Release your inner geek. For the price of one parking ticket, you can have the most modded air guns in history. Join the fellowship, Are infuriated by a "no user serviceable parts" sticker? Rise up, brothers and sisters. You will only lose your chains.

    Things I would have changed:

    Nothing is really wrong with the stock 77 or its big sister the 22. They are wholly customizable, however. I had one a very long time ago that was given to me by a friend. It was beat, scuffed up, dirty and disreputable. For the cost of a tin of pellets. you could go out and shoot the thing all day long with good accuracy. Like Crosman's pump rifle, it was the item that introduced many of us in the US to shooting sports. You can make these represent who you are. My current build has the extended stock, the steel breech, and will have an extended barrel. We've fitted it with a lenticular sight that works well and looks badass. We're thinking of a dip in Toadflage.

    What others should know:

    These are quite accurate. You'll have to pony up three or four times as much cash for anything that will touch them.

  • 1.0 1.0

    1.0 1.0

    1.0 1.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    None

    Things I would have changed:

    The inability to actually adjust the sights for accuracy is why this item was returned.

    What others should know:

    Do not buy this air gun

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    4.0 4.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    Consistent power. Once the sight was adjusted correctly, it is pretty much right around the bull-eye.

    Things I would have changed:

    From the box, the shots were up and right even with the most right that the rear sight can move. Have to unscrew more so that the rear sight almost comes out loose. Adjusted more to the right, then screwed it down enough so the rear sight stays in place. From that shots are more accurate. Need better degree of more left-right adjustment. It will be nice to come with scope.

  • 4.0 4.0

    5.0 5.0

    4.0 4.0

    Things I liked:

    Hard to beat the price for the basic pistol. Very repeatable POI relative to its price. Variable power. Lighter and more compact than the Daisy7*7 single-stroke pistols. Grip is ambidextrous and small enough for smallish women or pre-teen hands. (Might be too small if you've got Basketball Hands, though.) Launches many brands, models and weights of pellets well; very little difference in group size or POI between Daisy, RWS, H+N and JSB pellets in the 7 grain class. I got the metal breech upgrade; it really improves the look and feel of the pistol; haven't put an optic on it yet, but it's comforting to know that I can when I'm ready. (but see below for a couple of caveats)

    Things I would have changed:

    The pricing on the metal breech installation was not at all clear. The POI is about 1.5" high at 7 meters, even with the LPA/Metal-Injection-Moulded rear sight at its lowest setting. Probably need to call Pyramid about that. The white dots on the MIM rear sight reduce contrast. Darken them to improve the sight picture. The rear attachment screw hole between the receiver and the hand-grip will give you a callus (or a blister, if you let it). A little work with a jeweler's file goes a long way. Also, the bolt handle keeps backing out of the bolt; even torquing it to 5-6 ft-lbs didn't keep it installed. (I didn't try tighter, 'cause there's not a lot of meat in the threaded portion of the parts. I expect that it will eventually damage the threads. Removable Loctite might fix that?) Crosman could add a tiny magnet or some friction at the rear of the bolt to hold the bolt in position while you're loading; the bolt runs forward under gravity assist with any muzzle-down angle.

    What others should know:

    Doesn't group quite as well as my FIL's Daisy 717, but that might be down to finding the right pellet. Loading a pellet (especially a nose-heavy one) with the metal breech takes some dexterity and practice. I find it easiest to drop the pellet into the rear of the loading tray with the muzzle pointed slightly up, hold it in position while rotating the pistol almost vertical-muzzle-down before releasing the pellet to drop into the breech. Loudish. Probably OK for basement/garage shooting, but it might make your neighbors a little nervous/ curious if you shoot in the backyard. The sear return spring in mine is very heavy, which affects the feel of the trigger. Tinkerers will find this an easy thing to play with, but be careful; Changing that spring tension might make a negligent or impact discharge more likely. Lubing the trigger and sear occasionally is an easy, cheap improvement in the shot cycle. The pump sounds rough for the first couple strokes each shot, but it seems ok.

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    4.0 4.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    Great little pistol. I had one as a kid.

  • 2.0 2.0

    3.0 3.0

    4.0 4.0

    Things I liked:

    Accuracy and power.

    Things I would have changed:

    Everything made of plastic, change to metal. Implement actual quality control!

    What others should know:

    50 years ago, Crosman made an amazing pellet gun, a gun that could handle the abuses of a young boy dragging it through the woods of Virginia! But now, Crosman guns are defective junk made with plastic parts. Components that feel as if they will break when you touch them. Then there are the parts that don't line-up properly, and ones that are warped because of a flawed manufacturing process...Apparently, Crosman would rather rest on their laurels than implement actual quality control (see photos)... I would suggest researching other brands before purchasing a Crosman.

  • 4.0 4.0

    4.0 4.0

    5.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    An inexpensive and fun gun tp shoot. I have an older model, and it's seen better days, but it is still very accurate and easy to use. I have harvested countless squirrels and rabbits with this gun, and I can use a lower power and shoot targets in my house - no problem. Ergos are good for me, and I have XL hands.

    Things I would have changed:

    Plastic rear sight MUST be trashed. This is the only part of the gun that has failed, and it is NOT easy to replace this part!

    What others should know:

    Well worth the price asked here - it will be fun for the whole family

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    What i like is how convenient the power applications are, you got many options from 1 pump to 10. Pistol is accurate and to me it's not so loud when shooting it indoors.

    Things I would have changed:

    Nothing needs no change.

    What others should know:

    If you like taking your time, dont mind some pumping and loading one pellet at a time. Then this crosman is your best bet.

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    Had wanted one of these for years

    Things I would have changed:

    Steel breech

    What others should know:

    Good for the price

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    Verified Purchase

    Things I liked:

    Usual Crosman quality and fits hand well. Accurate for a plinker.

    Things I would have changed:

    Marketing could add a few quality details or have more custom parts available.

    What others should know:

    Cant go wrong at Pyramyd.

  • 1.0 1.0

    1.0 1.0

    1.0 1.0

    Things I liked:

    I bought this because of the excellent reviews of accuracy. I must have a total reject because this is the most inaccurate airgun I have ever fired. I had a cheap Daisy that I used to dispatch 13 squirrels that were a destructive nuisance. When it broke down, I bought this Crosman hoping to get a little more distance. This thing never shoots the same place twice. I am a pistol shooter with a number of different handguns and have excellent accuracy shooting one hole groups. I can't get this thing to hit a milk jug size target at the same distance. I have fired 500 pellets and have never had such difficulty in achieving accuracy. This thing is a total lemon. I don't doubt they are good airguns based on honest reviews, but the one I have must be the nightmare from hell. Enjoy it if you get a good one, but there are some really bad ones as well!

    Things I would have changed:

    The sights, and product quality control. I will never buy another Crosman.

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    the craftsmanship is very good

    Things I would have changed:

    a wooden stock and handgrip

    What others should know:

    I've got a Crosman model 150 and was wondering if a rebuild kit was available for the pneumatics? the CO2 leaks out.

  • 5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    5.0 5.0

    Things I liked:

    Great multi pump air pistol. Very hard hitting and accurate.

    Things I would have changed:

    The grips and pump handle. Cheaply made compared to the older models. I swapped them out for the thicker ones that have more of a wood grain look.

    What others should know:

    These Crosman 1377 pistols have tons of upgrades that make the more powerful and accurate.

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