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Crosman .177 Cal Steel Breech Kit & LPA Rear Sight

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Crosman .177 Cal

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PY-A-5378

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Crosman .177-caliber steel breech kit and LPA rear sight
  • Crosman .177-cal. steel breech kit
  • Fits Crosman airgun models 1377/PC77
  • Will accept the Crosman LPA MIM rear sight
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  • Crosman LPA MIM rear sight
  • Adjustable for windage and elevation
  • Does not fit 3/8", 11mm, Weaver or Picatinny dovetails/bases


No need to get a whole new gun when you can just upgrade your Crosman 1377 pistol with Crosman's steel breech and LPA rear sight. Want to mount a scope or dot sight? The steel breech is strong enough and has a dovetail to accomodate one. The LPA rear sight will aid quicker target acquisition.

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Item Code: PK-BR-UP-177 [PY-A-5378]

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By John from USA on 2019-11-10
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Things I liked: The sight is the main reason to upgrade, I purchased it with the gun so it was already install when I got it, what else can I say steel or plastic with a sight that's not dove tailed and isn't easy to adjust, you choose.

Things I would have changed: The sight wouldn't adjust down enough to get centered at 25 to 30 feet the distance I am shooting indoors with 5 pumps. It shoots about 1-1/2" high at the lowest setting. (fixed see my review on the gun)

What others should know: When I first sighted it in I noticed that the bolt handle was angled to the rear. I have the 22 version as well so I thought the angle may have been changed on newer models. On closer inspection the bolt handle was cross threaded into the bolt. I thought I might have to send it back but it turned out that I was able to dress the threads and correctly install the handle.

 

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By Dennis from USA on 2019-08-10
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Things I liked: I've always liked my Crosman 177 pistol. I use it for plinking and getting rid of critters who like our garden as much as we do. Wasn't sure if the steel breech would make much difference and not sure it does. The new sight that comes with the kit is fantastic. Much better sight picture. Fully adjustable!

Things I would have changed: Instructions aren't the best. I got a better set from Crosman. It tells you to loosen the barrel screw to lift the barrel up and out. My model doesn't have a barrel screw.

What others should know: Kind of tricky re-installing the valve (don't remember the part name) but when it goes in it works great. I love the gun!

 

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By Dan from USA on 2018-12-31
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Things I liked: Great upgrade for a 1377, allows for a good rear sight instead of the cheap factory one. Had a problem with the first order, the package had been opened and there was nothing inside. Pyramid Air sent the order again. Awesome customer service!

Things I would have changed: I had to tap the bolt for the handle installation so some QC is in order, otherwise simple.

What others should know: My 1377 was from the early 1980's and upgrade works great.

 

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  • elcue from USA asked:

    What adapter do you use to mount a red dot sight on the 1377 with the steel breach. I have bought dovetail to weaver adapters to mount a sight and they do not fit the dovetail. I for some reason I just realized it states in the description. (Does not fit 3/8", 11mm, Weaver or Picatinny dovetails/bases) Duhh on me! What is used to mount a red dot or scope if desired?

    • Sterling from USA asked:

      does this breech assembly fit the older 1377 with the sliding breech cover?

      • Mark from USA:

        No

    • No from Norway asked:

      im have an 2300 T co2 pistol, who im think to change wiyhn a stell brech. is it any apovement in that upgrade ?

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