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|Max Velocity||600 fpsMeasured with 7.90-gr ammo|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Muzzle Energy||6.32 ft/lbsMeasured with 7.90-gr ammo|
|Cocking Effort||3-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
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NoneThings 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
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.
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.
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Wondering if anybody else has had a problem with the breech screw on their 1377? I installed the metal breech kit when new, has only had about 50 pellets through it. The head of the breech screw has been beaten up (head diameter decreased) and the barrel is now able to rotate (5 degrees) easily. The head of the screw is so beat up that I cannot remove it. I have not tried a drill and "easy out" but I figure it is just going to happen again. Plus, the hole has to be enlarged an equal amount, so replacing the screw won't solve the problem. Anybody got any thoughts?
Can you put a laser pointer on it?
There is no mounting rail on the stock 1377. You would have to mount the steel breech kit Crosman .177-Cal Steel Breech Kit,.... Then you can mount optics on the gun,
I'm upgrading my P1377 sight to the Williams Notch sight - in the notes says it will fit if its been modified with the AS2250-013 receiver kit. cant find that anywhere. can anyone point me in the right direction? thanks
You need the Steel breach installed. Crosman .177-Cal Steel Breech Kit,.... Then the Notch sight should fit.
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