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Written on: 26/04/2007 by smellslikeadults (4 reviews written)
I just got it today and i think it is really fun i like it a lot i shoot cans with it and thats always fun i would recommend it… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/04/2007 by roze (1 review written)
Brilliant gun, good for rats, pigeons, squirrels, magpies and crows. Never killed a rabbit and I've hit a good few but it's a pistol and what can you expect.
Need a scope zeroed for 20 yards and you can hit a two pence coin consistently.
Great gun recommend it to anybody, but with a scope and shoulder stock you can't go wrong. It's technique to pump it but if you can hit your the palm of your hand on the trigger guard it prevents a lot of pinching… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/04/2007 by Squirrel eliminator (1 review written)
This gun is very cheap. It has a nice grip and nice sights. I have killed a Starling and a squirrel with it in one season. This gun is the best air pistol on the market because of its power… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/03/2007 by cuedoc (1 review written)
I have a 1377c and unfortunately i lent it to a friend.... needless to say it is now very underpowered and appears to be separating between the bolt housing and the under barrel tube (pump tube i guess) ...i`d welcome any suggestions thanks… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2007 by alfbennett (2 reviews written)
I just got this air pistol and am pretty impressed with it. Out of the box, I was able to pull a group on the paper at 20 yards with no major issues (group a little larger than an inch, but then I never have been good shakes with a pistol.
I'm not really crazy about the rear sights, but they work. The rear sights use 2 screws. You loosen one screw and move the sights left and right and tighten back down. The same with the elevation. I think replacing the sights with something better may be my… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/01/2007 by 1377chunter (1 review written)
Very good gun. I had really no luck shooting this gun with open sights. So I mounted the Crosman scope mounts for it and then put a Crosman red dot. Very deadly combo. The gun is kind of heavy for a pistol but very cool.
I can hit pop cans all day at 45 yards =). Hoping to bag a squirrel or rabbit before the season ends with it.
Thanks Crosman, another great buy
Jake… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/12/2006 by rugerman (25 reviews written)
Good gun for the money. Underpowered for game. I also have a .22 version. Killed many chipmonks, rabbits, snakes and squirrels with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2006 by Bubba III (3 reviews written)
I've been shooting this pistol now for quite a while and it just keeps getting better. I've added the shoulder stock, it helps accuracy, but gets in the way. I'm shooting turtles at night while catfishing. I really like this pistol, although pumping gets old. Ended up shooting Crosman Premiers 7.9 field points, can't beat them. There's a lot of air pistols to choose from, but this is one all serious pistol shooters should have. My next one will be the crosman 2240 in .22 cal. [no pumping] but… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/11/2006 by rem87062597 (5 reviews written)
As you can see, this gun is perhaps the best multi-stroke pump pistol on the market. Crosman has done a fine job here. In my backyard I can hit a milk jug from up to thirty yards with ease. You can't say that much for many $50 pistols. It makes a nice pop when you pull the trigger; not too loud but loud enough so that you know that the gun fired. It's very satisfying. Almost everything on the gun is metal, except for the grips and the pump handle. I've seen custom 1077c pistols with full wood… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/10/2006 by Milrose (4 reviews written)
I recently decided to give pellet pistol shooting a try as it could be done in my back yard, provided the piece was not too loud. I looked at a Beeman P1 and while it was really nice it was not in my budget. A number of online reviews I read were fairly high on the Crosman 1377c. My local Big Five Sporting Goods store put the 1377C on sale for $39 (U.S.) which made the pellet try very inexpensive. I believe it lists for about $70, and many online vendors sell it for $54 to $60.
I am not… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/09/2006 by Flaneur (1 review written)
At 13 inches long, this is a rather large pistol and the length takes a little getting used to as small movements of the hand are exaggerated. I have bought the shoulder stock and suspect it will make a rather neat carbine, although I haven't tried it yet. The thing that matters is that this is a reasonably priced, very versatile, quite accurate gun which you can shoot indoors or out and which rewards your efforts with a great deal of fun… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/09/2006 by ajvenom (18 reviews written)
I just bought this Crosman 1377c pistol new and have been trying out different shooting techniques. I just use the sites that came with the pistol and have had greater success when flipping the back site to use the peep hole. I put a little larger screw and washer in the rear site verticle adjustment plate because it kept coming loose. At 10-15 yards I can only hit a 2 inch bullseye about 80 percent of the time.
This pistol packs a good punch for the money. I like to use Crosman premier… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/08/2006 by christop (1 review written)
The Crosman 1377c is a great gun, has great power, and I got it at a great price. Also it conserves your ammo because it's single shot. It's super accurate except with Benjamin dome point pellets. I love the power and how it's adjustable. If you get one, get it on Pyramyd Air, its the greatest site in the world… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/08/2006 by SonicLou (1 review written)
I feel that the air gun public would be more than happy to pay a little extra for wood grips, and forearm. Not being able to use BB's in the new 1377c is a minus. Overall the gun is the best buy on the market. Pest killing power. Target shooting. Pumps easy. Looks good. Find a good grip guy and your in… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/07/2006 by HSB (9 reviews written)
Crosman 1377c - both of my 1377's are over twenty years old. Both are well used and one has a slight leak in its seal after six pumps. The one i still shoot is in top condition. It's always been very accurate no matter what pellets i use. I've always used the open sights and have been very happy with it. This weekend i was going to the range and i felt like shooting something other than my springers. i had a red dot scope laying around and i thought i might try it on my 1377. I'm not a big fan… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2006 by Bubba III (3 reviews written)
This is some more feed back on the Crosman 1377c. I've added the shoulder stock, it improved the accuracy so much there's no need for the red dot at 15 yds. I've also put 3 tins of various Crosman 7.9's thru it, I get tight groups with all of them, [wadcutters, hollow points & pointed]. I still believe this is the best all around air pistol for under $100… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2006 by leonidus (7 reviews written)
The Crosman 1377c is a great little pistol, very accurate, and gives about 550 fps with 7.9gr pellets. I especially liked Copperhead Hyper Velocity Plinking pellets, half an inch group at 15 yards with open sights, and my eye-sight isn't the best. Mounting a scope might be a problem since you have to mount it on a barrel. Also, some parts are made of plastic, which is not very beautiful looking on a gun, even though it's an air pistol, but ok. I would totally recommend it for leisure plinking… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/05/2006 by cesarf25s (3 reviews written)
Hitting 5 AA batteries at 10 yards, one right after the other, Is what you can get out of this Crosman 1377c. Even with open sights she will not let you down. I wish all the other Crosmans I bought were this accurate and dependable. If you check the ratings and the reviews, you see currently 35 reviews and shes still at 9.7. She is a very dependable air pistol and she's not expensive at all.
Visit Pyramidair.com and you can order one for $55.95. Do not forget to add the 459MT Crosman… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/05/2006 by reybarry (1 review written)
I have a tale to tell. Don't use this Crosman 1377c - or any 177 pellet gun - on an animal of any size unless you want to watch it die slowly, as I just did.
I bought a 1377c to rid my yard of groundhogs, aka woodchucks. It has a good scope set to cross hairs at 50 feet. Earlier today I noticed a young grounghog 15' up in a mulberry tree. I grabbed the Crosman, pumped it the full 10 as always, and quietly slipped under the tree.
Groundhogs get high on mulberry and this one was. Instead of… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2006 by holyokster (11 reviews written)
I have had my Crosman 1377 for 26 years. I bought it for $45.00 at a K Mart. Even with my failing eyesight I can still hit the mark. Its accuracy inspires confidence. It dosen't appear to have lost power. I regulary oiled the seal every year when not in use. I have lost count how many shots have been through it, probably 5000. I can't give Crosman enough credit in making improvements the past 25 years and keeping the cost about the same. I wish they would make the 1322 again, I always… Read Full Review
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