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|Max Velocity||600 fps|
This classic air gun has been redesigned -- inside, it's still the great air pistol America has revered since it was introduced in 1998.
If you want to buy a pistol that's a "sure thing," then get this new 1377 American Classic. If ever there was a pistol that would please just about any shooter, this is it. Because it's a multi-pump, you can use it at whatever effort level you're at. Can't pump it 10 times? That's okay, because you can still have fun with just 3 pumps. With that type of variability, the 1377 is perfect for the family that shoots together. Every shooter can use the gun at his own level.
What an American classic! This gun has been around in brown for decades, and now it's available in all black. Don't underestimate this gun just because it's inexpensive and has a plastic stock. It's gained a faithful following because it's so much fun to shoot. Since you can vary the velocity with the number of pumps, just about anyone can shoot this pistol. If putting 5 pumps is too hard, then shoot it with 3. No need to get maximum power to do some plinking and target practice.
This gun does not have a scope rail or a grooved receiver. If you'd like to use an optical sight, buy the Crosman intermount (459MT). It slips over the barrel and provides 3/8" grooves for mounting a dot sight, laser or pistol scope. You'll find all these accessories and more by clicking the ACCESSORIES link above.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Cocking Effort||3-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
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The price and it's easy to work on.Things I would have changed:
In .117 it seems to have a lot of power. I put 100 pellets through it at 6 pumps before going up to 10. I'll have to dig out my old chronigraph one of these days. But in my back yard 18x25 yards the pellets I shoot are there in an instant. Nothing excapes. You have to get really creative with scope mounting though. The barrel and the pump tube have to be made into one ridgid piece as good as you can get it. Then it will sight in very finely. That barrel is just too flexable on top of the float tube.What others should know:
If I were crosman I would make the gun at a 100.oo price point with a steal reciever and have the barrel pined to the reciever. And the same thing goes for the muzzle and get rid of that plastic thing. Make it out of aluminum.
The price is good. You can easily practice shooting at home. The aiming shooting is excellent and the power is strong.Things I would have changed:
I pumped 3 times and pulled the trigger, but sometimes I can't shoot.
My brother and I both purchased one of these pistols, mine was a tack driver, his was not. I have read about overspray in barrel issues, I suspect this is the case. Anyways, I have had mine for 10 years, I have oiled it twice, put ~1000 rounds through it. It is still as simple to use and as accurate as ever. Just purchased two more (with shoulder stock) for my kids. I love mine for fun, easy to use, low maintenance, plinking, and small pest control.Things I would have changed:
The pin that holds the cocking mechanism, tends to travel. It is easy to tap back in place. But it would be nice if i did not have to.What others should know:
I have not modified my pistol at all, I am planning on with my kids pistols. Did I mention, I have had this a long time, and I love it!!!!
Got a question or answer?
Does it have different calibers?
I have something to ask anyone who has this pistol I got two of them and the enter mounts to go with them but when you put the mounts on the barrel moves ( rolls ) from one side to the other is there a easy was to fix this problem ?? The only thing I can think of with out putting out another $50.00 is to epoxy the barrel to the receiver in the front sight ! Any help would be appreciated
The only way to mount an optic on a 1377 is to convert to a steel breach. Crosman .177-Cal Steel Breech Kit,...
For shooters, Name or Recommend 1 or 2 pellets for this pistol Crosman 1377. Thanks.
Shoot a 9 grain or less pellet.
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Estimated in-stock date 06-28-21
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