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Crosman 1377

Discussion in 'Air Guns' started by Insignificant bill, Feb 10, 2021.

  1. Insignificant bill

    Insignificant bill Member

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    I am really enjoying this cheap pellet gun. Wish I had bought one years ago. With no ammo available for a decent price this pistol is getting my attention.
     
  2. sparkyv

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    I'm looking into a break barrel to conserve my firearms ammo.
     
  3. Insignificant bill

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    It let's me shoot and gives me a break from just dry firing with laser bullets. I have a Co2 bb pistol too
     
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  5. Septicdeath

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    My three most accurate air pistols in order are
    Daisy 717
    Beaman P17
    Crossman 1322
     
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  6. Insignificant bill

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    Just bought a Beeman P17. The reviews for it made me an owner.
     
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  9. Insignificant bill

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    Septicdeath how many airguns do you have?
     
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  10. Septicdeath

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    Way to many. It's like a addiction.
     
  11. Septicdeath

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    Bill
    How do you like the P17 ?
     
  12. Insignificant bill

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    It is great, thanks for the introduction.
     
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  13. sscoyote

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    I also love my 2 1377's one has a 2X optic with a Stoney Point target turret on it and the other remains open-sighted
     
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  14. Septicdeath

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    By far my most accurate is my 717. 10 shots 25 ft 20210226_173515.jpg 20210226_175506~2.jpg
     
  15. sscoyote

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    Drives me crazy that Crosman doesn't find a way to arrest the barrel rotation on the 13XX's. That'd be the sweetest setup that'd give the Intermounts true viability. IMO the whole idea behind these guns is they're designed as a great bargain pellet pistol system. That's the only real drawback to them. The trigger is a simple fix really.
     
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  16. jackinil

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    Do yourself a favor and don't look at a vendors website with accessories and aftermarket parts for a 1377/1322. It's a rabbit hole which will suck you in.o_O
     
  17. MedWheeler

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    To keep Santa alive for my young daughter (who believes he delivers for everyone in the household), I made sure he dropped off a P17 Beeman for me maybe three years ago. It went into the gun safe still in the package, and I pretty much forgot about it. It's coming up on time to bring it out.

    I do have several other air guns, mostly pistols, that I enjoy, and a healthy stock of pellets and CO2 capsules. One of them is indeed a Crosman 1377, purchased in around 1985. I even have the optional buttstock for it laying around here somewhere. Haven't shot that one in maybe twenty years.
     
  18. Insignificant bill

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    Get to it, remember how much fun it is. I have found out how much fun the P17 is.
     
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