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New grip and pump-lever configuration, same great pistol!
This classic air gun combos comes with the shoulder stock.
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.
This pistol comes with a blade front sight and a fully adjustable rear. The clever rear sight can be turned 180 degrees (vertically) to switch between a peep sight and a notch sight. A screw secures the rear sight to the configuration you select.
Although the 1377 doesn't come with dovetails for optics, you can mount a pistol scope or dot sight if you buy the 459MT intermount. If you upgrade your pistol with the steel breech option, then you'll have 3/8" dovetails and won't need the intermount. The upgrade removes your rear sight, but there's a kit version that includes a 2-dot rear sight that fits on the 3/8" dovetails.
The grips and pump handle are textured to give you a firm grip. The newly designed pump handle has a handy concave indent for holding it, and that makes pumping just a touch easier.
With traditional Crosman reliability built into this pistol, you'll be enjoying it for many years and passing it along to your heirs.
Your 1377 American Classic pistol is suitable for plinking, popping paper targets, hitting spinners and killing tin cans.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-10 pumps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: Totally and completely satisfied with my purchase. Quality product. Everything it said it was. My husband is very happy with his Airgun and stock. Customer service was awesome and delivery was excellent. Look forward to doing more business with You.
Things I liked: I am very happy with my new 1377. Some of the changes that Crosman made since the last 1322 I got are very nice. The better barrel band, stiffer stock piston, better fore-stock/pump arm, the better pistol grips, all make this an even better gun than it used to be in my view. The black bolt is also a nice touch, much nicer than the old brass with this gun, and fits the plastic breach better. I purchased it with the 1399 stock, as I shoot all of my 1322's and this 1377 mostly as short rifles/carbines (my first adult air gun was a Crosman 2289). The 1377 is noticeably more accurate than any of my 1322's have been out of box, and that is very accurate. The only Air Guns that I am likely to have multiple of and keep are the Crosman 1322/1377, Crosman Legacy 1000, Crosman 2240, and Daisy 953, with the Crosman 1322/1377 holding top place for a few reasons :) .
Things I would have changed: For what it is not a thing. If you do not know this gun, and its possibilities, I would guess you have lived under a rock on the moon for the last 40 years.
What others should know: The 1377 is a great platform, one of the best values in air gunning. It is important to keep up with oiling the pump cup, as well as keeping the pivot points oiled, and the O-Ring on the bolt needs some oil to keep it sealing well. The 1377 is powerful for a pistol, at 5 pumps it will blow through an empty steel soup can at 10 meters, at 7 pumps it will go though a 1 gallon milk jug filled with water at 10 meters with a little energy left over, and at 10 pumps it will go through a 1 gallon milk jug of water and a half gallon milk jug of water at 20 meters with energy to spare.
Things I liked: Easy to handle, the metal breech kit makes it much better. The shoulder stock makes a huge difference when shooting longer rang, and is easy to add/remove. I find the accuracy to be pretty doggone good for this lower-priced pistol.
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What is the amount of force required to pump this pistol?
Increases with each pump. A little easier than the Crosman 66, a lot harder than the Daisy 880. Maybe someone that has measured it can give a better answer.
will the pump arm on the new crosman 1377 fit the older 1377?
You'd have to call Crosman to ask. 1-800-724-7486
when will there be a bundle package?
It seems its available now.
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
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