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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.
Things I liked: This steel breech kit is everybit the quality as shown in the image on the Pymamyd Air site product page. Machining and bluing is top quality and includes an 11 mm dovetail on top for scope mounting which beats the Crosman intermounts by a good mile and a half. Also the vertical mounted set screw on top of the breech locks the barrel into alignment with the breech for a much more precise fit. This kit in combination with a new barrel seasoned by cleaning as described in the Airgun Academy videos, episodes 31 and 32 give me 1 inch groups at 15 yards. Not bad for a pistol.
Things I would have changed: The dovetail in this breech is a bit wide as noted by other reviews that I have read, but not a major problem. I placed a shim between the front edge of the LVA sight and the front surface of the breech dovetail. In my case, the shim thickness is .013", so I bought an inexpensive set of feeler gages at a local hardware store (under $5.00) and cut a piece from the thickness size I needed. The sight slid into place with a nice snug fit, and when I tightened the two set screws, the sight did not lift but stayed perfectly in place. The supplied LVA sight is really nice but a bit steep at approx. $50.00.
What others should know: The front sight blade on the Crosman 1377 and 1322 series pistols could be a bit higher in order to maintain rear sight elevation adjustments in the middle of the adjustment range. There are remedies for this also.
Things I liked: The individual components are well made and the technique, instructions and tools for changing out the receiver were fine.
Things I would have changed: The interface of the LPA sight and the receiver was not well thought out and needs to be redesigned, Three screws are used tighten down and adjust the sight on the receiver. However, in doing so, you wind up lifting base of the sight off the receiver platform. The only interface is now the bottom edges of the sight dovetail with the top edges of the receiver dovetail. I had no confidence in that arrangement what so ever. I finally just glued the sight to the receive. Of course the end result of that is I have no elevation adjustment capability.
What others should know: Don't buy it if you're really looking for a fully adjustable sight.
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im have an 2300 T co2 pistol, who im think to change wiyhn a stell brech. is it any apovement in that upgrade ?