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Things I liked: Simple to install. Scope installation on steel breach was easy and a solid fit. No more scope wabbel.
Things I would have changed: Diagram was very blurry and poor quality. A basic novice could benefit with step by step diagrams and instructions.
What others should know: I would like to see more optional parts to modify my crosman 1377. Parts that we available were hard to determine if they would fit or not. Especially if you wanted a longer barrel and front sight adapter. Hard to figure out if you had the parts or not. Had to look at your competition to see if they had what I needed.
Things I liked: Easy installation and will improve overall accuracy if using a scope.
Things I would have changed: I would like to be able to use the original rear iron sight.
Things I liked: Well made , all metal and is the best addition to a 1377 Crosman air pistol you can make for the money. Provides a great mounting base for optics or fixed sights .
Things I would have changed: Make them chrome plated
What others should know: All my 1322 and 1377 Crosman air pistols have this addition. Note -If you are going through the trouble to change this Breech out , I would recommend also changing the transfer port out at the same time with a larger inside diameter Custom Unit to (increase air flow)
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Will this for the old 1389 backpacker?
Compatible with Crosman .177-Cal Steel Breech Kit, Fits 1377, 1740, 1760 & PC77 Air Guns. No
Will this upgrade the older model with the sliding breech cover?
So, I recently got an older American Classic 1377 (it has the sliding breech cover) and it won't hold air when I pump. I can't seem to figure out what I need to do in terms of replacement parts in order to get this old lady back up and running. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance!
First thing is strip it down and inspect all the seals and springs, and inspect all over the inside of the pumping tube for wear or damage. Replace parts as necessary, starting with o rings or seals. And of course don't forget the pellgun oil.
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