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Crosman 1377 .177 cal pellet gun

Discussion in 'Air Guns' started by stonebuster, Mar 19, 2018.

  1. stonebuster

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    How'd you like the forearm grip on the Backpacker? I'm thinking about getting one for my carbine 1377. Looks like the fatter grip would be easier to hold while pumping. In black it would also look better.
     
  2. chicharrones
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    Considering my 1377 came with a really skinny forend like shown here, the old backpacker forend sure fills the hand better. There's not much weight increase either due to the plastic construction of both forends.
     
  3. stonebuster

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    Make that three 1377s now. I couldn't help myself for $35 rollback price at Walmart. I've got a steel breech,shoulder stock, and LPA rear sight coming for the new one. So I'll have carbine w/steel breech and iron sights with option of optics, a scoped carbine, and a stock pistol. I'm trying to upgrade without getting too crazy.(I may have crossed that line) Trying to keep the total cost to $150-175 but it ain't easy. It would be easy to spend ten times the cost of the stock gun. BTW, I'm very happy with the Cleavercraft mount.
     
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