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Old 02-24-2020, 09:08 AM
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I got a Crossman 1377 at a sale the other day pretty poor condition but cheap . I cleaned it up and got some of those Daisy pointed pellets and this this is shooting .375 to .500 3-shot groups at 10 yards .I have never shot a pellet pistol before but i am impressed with this little guy and i see that you can buy repair parts and accessories for them,i think i got a good deal.

Any one want to share there experience with them?
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Old 02-24-2020, 01:06 PM
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I've had a Crossman 1377 in my battery for some time. Very happy with it. I'd like to find a shoulder stock for it. Might make hits at longer range a little easier.
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Old 02-24-2020, 01:16 PM
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I used to use one for bullseye practice in the basement at 30ish feet. Didnt use the full pump up and mine liked Crosman Wadcutters. I should have kept it.
Fwiw, I have not found the pointed pellets to be particularly accurate in any of my several air guns. I have a tin or two....for small yard varmints and plinking.
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Old 02-24-2020, 03:34 PM
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I've had a Crossman 1377 in my battery for some time. Very happy with it. I'd like to find a shoulder stock for it. Might make hits at longer range a little easier.
Airgun depot has them for under $25.00.
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Old 02-24-2020, 03:41 PM
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I used to use one for bullseye practice in the basement at 30ish feet. Didnt use the full pump up and mine liked Crosman Wadcutters. I should have kept it.
Fwiw, I have not found the pointed pellets to be particularly accurate in any of my several air guns. I have a tin or two....for small yard varmints and plinking.
I just tried some Premier Wadcutters today they are accurate to. But require more pumps to be so than the Daisy pointed but they would be better for hunting because they would carry more energy since they require more pressure to be accurate.
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Old 02-26-2020, 01:43 PM
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I had one, gave it away. Can't get into the multiple pump thing, too lazy I guess. The only negative is the rear sight threaded into plastic.

If I went this route would go custom shop. You pay no more and get just what you want.

https://www.crosman.com/custom-shop/
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Old 02-26-2020, 06:44 PM
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I have a few air pistols and one is a 1322. My wife wanted to shoot them but I had to cock all of them for her. I handed her the 1322 and she had no problem getting it pumped up. She much preferred the multiple pump to sing strokes. She made me get her a 1377. She loves it and I do steal it from time to time. She could load a Daisy 717 I have but she didn't like the feel of it.

Her 1377 is as accurate as a lot of the guns I have. Tried a new CO2 gun (Diana Chaser) I thought would be perfect but she won't shoot it because it's too loud. That 1377 is the winner.

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Old 02-27-2020, 08:57 AM
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I have a few air pistols and one is a 1322. My wife wanted to shoot them but I had to cock all of them for her. I handed her the 1322 and she had no problem getting it pumped up. She much preferred the multiple pump to sing strokes. She made me get her a 1377. She loves it and I do steal it from time to time. She could load a Daisy 717 I have but she didn't like the feel of it.

Her 1377 is as accurate as a lot of the guns I have. Tried a new CO2 gun (Diana Chaser) I thought would be perfect but she won't shoot it because it's too loud. That 1377 is the winner.
I am still tested pellets what have you found to be the most accurate in your 1377?
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I know it's been awhile but I've been shooting 10.5 grainers in mine and they shoot very well. 10 pumps nets me 400 fps.
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Started out as a "ute" in 1965 with a 130.Lost it a burglary about ten years ago.
55 years later, after owning dozens of guns, I'm thinking about coming full circle with a Crosman custom shop 2300KT.
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I need to do a re-seal on mine. But they are a fun backyard gun.
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Old 06-28-2020, 05:26 AM
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Stuck a 2X CenterPoint pistol scope on mine and it works great. Had an old Stoney Point Tasco thread target turret that fit the CP turret threads perfectly on it and have shot mine out to 80 yds.+ at targets and it's been a lot of fun to shoot now.
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Old 06-29-2020, 08:13 PM
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Lots can be done with those... some easy mods are to put a steel breech that will allow for a scope attachment without the funky clamp on barrel mounts. One can also easily put a bit longer barrel on and use a small section of icemaker tubing for the transfer port. A flat top piston and valve will maximize efficiency and give a little boost.
Roy at Mountainair Custom Airguns has a good amount of items for these guns if you want to take a look. Nice guy to deal with.
I've got several 13xx guns in various configurations. Granted, I dont shoot them much now in favor of other guns, but they are a good little plinker, tackle box gun, pester, what have you.
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You have some very nice toys there! where did you get the wood rifle stocks?
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Old 06-30-2020, 03:20 PM
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You have some very nice toys there! where did you get the wood rifle stocks?
Thank you, sir. Those stocks are by Steve Corcoran, but I dont think he makes them any more. I got those maybe 10 or so years ago.
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