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1-year limited warranty
Earn 40 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $42.99 Save $3.00 (6%)
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Things I liked: 1. Easy to install. 2. Adds weight to the rear of the gun and makes it more balanced. 3. Secures the barrel. It is now rock solid. 4. I can now add optics mounted directly to the breech.
Things I would have changed: None. These things should be mounted at the factory. I do understand that it would increase the price and might potentially affect sales, but they are worth every penny. The gun looks better, also.
What others should know: Money well spent.
Things I liked: Strengthens the bsrrel.
What others should know: No need to buy a $40 resr sight. , just make your own.
Things I liked: The breech kit was easy to install, the Alan wrenches included are of a good quality and fit the screws perfectly. The small set screw came out and reinstalled easily with not even a hint of wrench slippage. All bits and pieces seem like top quality stuff. Very pleased with my purchase and it all fits together perfectly. It looks and feels good too.
Things I would have changed: No changes needed IMO.
What others should know: These kits aren't cheap from anyone but Pyramyd Air had the best deal I could find.
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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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