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This classic air gun has been redesigned -- inside, it's still the great air pistol America has revered since it was introduced in 1998.
If you want to buy a pistol that's a "sure thing," then get this new 1377 American Classic. If ever there was a pistol that would please just about any shooter, this is it. Because it's a multi-pump, you can use it at whatever effort level you're at. Can't pump it 10 times? That's okay, because you can still have fun with just 3 pumps. With that type of variability, the 1377 is perfect for the family that shoots together. Every shooter can use the gun at his own level.
What an American classic! This gun has been around in brown for decades, and now it's available in all black. Don't underestimate this gun just because it's inexpensive and has a plastic stock. It's gained a faithful following because it's so much fun to shoot. Since you can vary the velocity with the number of pumps, just about anyone can shoot this pistol. If putting 5 pumps is too hard, then shoot it with 3. No need to get maximum power to do some plinking and target practice.
This gun does not have a scope rail or a grooved receiver. If you'd like to use an optical sight, buy the Crosman intermount (459MT). It slips over the barrel and provides 3/8" grooves for mounting a dot sight, laser or pistol scope. You'll find all these accessories and more by clicking the ACCESSORIES link above.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: Very easy to modify or up grade ( great platform ) . Mine includes a aluminum BNM breach that can accept the Marauder 10 round mag .177 or 22 caliber with there shroud system to quiet it down, also i can switch back and forth from .177 to 22 caliber with minor disassembly. Installed an adjustable folding stock to make a carbine. Changed out all the plastic so its wood and metal only.Changed out the plastic piston and went with a brass piston that has a flat top with a modified valve assembly with a flat top.Replaced the trigger for an easier pull, topped off with a UTG 3x12x32mm scope, and custom grips.
Things I would have changed: For the price nothing could be altered without raising the price ( totally up to the owner as to how far you want to go ).
What others should know: This can be completely changed or left in stock trim. There are so many parts available it boggles the mind. Hopefully my image will be posted?
Things I liked: Excellent accuracy right out of box.
Things I liked: I think this is a great value in a pneumatic airgun pistol money can buy, these guns are so much fun to modify its almost addicting. They shoot well and are very accurate once sighted in properly , the aftermarket parts are almost unlimited for these pistols, lots of parts can be found at Pyramid air under accessories for Crosman air guns ( type in Crosman metal breeches under search . I currently own four .177 and two .22 - three are in stock form , remaining are modified .
Things I would have changed: The only thing I think Crosman should address would be the rear sight adjustment, very outdated method of adjustment.
What others should know: These guns shoot very well in stock form and are very accurate when you determine which pellet the gun likes the best by trial and error .
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How do you keep the seals lasting years to come?
Store at least one to two pumps in it at all times.
30wt non detergent oil is all you need.
pellgun oil is great for that it can also sometimes give new life to old seals just a drop in the pump seal opening every 200 to 300 shots
What is the scope mounting rail on the steel breech in MM??!
The accessory link says its 3/8 dovetail or 11mm same difference .
Can you hunt rats with this pistol?
Yes at close range,using the correct pellet for thin skinned rodents.
I used to pop packrats with mine and had no issues with one shot kills.
Yes, it has plenty of power at close range.
No, it does not have enough power.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
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