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Offline r1derbike

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Crosman 1377...Finally a keeper!
« on: January 13, 2008, 11:18:00 AM »
Was hesitant about ordering the 1399 stock, but had a BSA Red Dot lying around, and voila! This combo turned this pistol into a very nice .177 cal. pumper.  The stock is heavy and the pistol feels much better now.

I've grown used to curling my trigger finger around the protruding safety in the "fire" position, so it comes naturally, now.  This safety problem almost prompted me to sell it.  Now, it's a keeper...not a weeper.

I'd like to find some of that wrinkly/crinkly black paint that would make the forearm match the stock.

Charles

Lead Launchers: 30 Year Old Daisy .177 Cal. Model 880 Pumper (BSA 3022SB Red Dot Scope), Gamo CFX .22 Cal. Springer with GRT III Trigger (BSA 4X32 Scope), Gamo CFX .177 Cal. Combo Springer (BSA 2-7X32 AO Scope), Gamo R-77 .177 Cal. CO2 Combat Pistol (Laser Sight), Umarex/Beretta .177 Cal. CX4 Storm CO2 Bullpup (Walther PS-22 Red Dot Scope & Dorcy Night Light), Chinese QB-57 .22 Cal. Takedown Springer (BSA 3022SB Red Dot Scope & Dorcy Night Light),  Chinese Tech-Force S2-1 .177 Cal. Springer Pistol (Boat Anchor...), Chinese Tech-Force Contender Model 89 .22 Cal. Springer (BSA Laser & Tactical Light, CenterPoint 4-16X40 Illum. Ret. Mil. Dot Scope), Crosman 1377 .177 Cal. Pumper Pistol (1399 stock, BSA 3022SB Red Dot Scope), Daisy Powerline 717 .177 Cal. Single-Pump Pistol (Open Sights).

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RE: Crosman 1377...Finally a keeper!
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2008, 12:27:32 PM »
I have mine set up with the shoulder stock and a red dot also,,,, great little shooter.  I camo'd the entire gun with a woodland type paint scheme,,,, came out nice.   Mine shoots variety of pellets extremely well and I've taken quite a few starlings and pigeons in the backyard with it.   Best of luck with the gun.....

Jeff
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Re: Crosman 1377...Finally a keeper!
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2010, 06:55:59 PM »
THIS AIRPISTOL IS PROBABLY THE BEST ON THE MARKET, VERY POWERFUL AND I SUGGEST USING BEEMAN 11.5 GRAIN SILVER ARROWS. YOU STILL GET NEAR 600FPS AND YOUR FOOT POUNDS ARE AT A WHOPPING 11+ !!!

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RE: Crosman 1377...Finally a keeper!
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2010, 04:33:38 PM »
Now you have to get the steel breach they realy transform the guns alot, let alone gives you a solid mount for that red dot or possibly a scope later on!And as for that forarm crylon fuison works very well on plastic!
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