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Written on: 24/04/2012 by secretagentmole (21 reviews written)
Just picked up a 1988 version of this plastic handled pellet popper, what a pistol, 10 pumps and whammo! Accurate little blighter as well!Well balanced, feels a bit plasticky, this version does not have a bolt, it has a sliding breech cover, bit fiddly but it works. These things are built to last, buy a Crosman, a gun you can have fun with when you are a kid, then so can your kids!… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2011
Hi, I recently obtained a Medalist from a cabin that my family bought up in northern CA. It does not work and I need some advice to fix it.
When I pull back on what I think of as the firing pin then I can make the gun go click when I pull the trigger, but I believe that the pump has broken since I had another Pneumatic once and I could feel that it was pumping. I cannot feel the Medalist pump. Can someone help me.
e-mail email@example.com if you can help. Much apprecaited… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/08/2010
The 1322 is very good and lasts a long time. I have had the same one for over 20 years, I have just replaced the seals and the pump head for the third time, this is easy to do. I bought the add on stock and have mounted a scope in the past but I find it is better as a pistol with open sights, once the sights are set it is very accurate out to 20 yards. Good for rats and wood pidgeon, rabbit too but I keep the range down to 15 yards max to ensure a clean kill. I recommend leaving one pump in… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/07/2009
I have had a Crosman 1322 and 1377 for over 20 years. Both are excellent quality, accurate and reliable. Someone wrote about leaking air. It probably just needs a drop of oil on a felt pad in the plunger assembly. You don't even need to take it apart to do that. I own a lot of air guns. Some have more features than 1322/1377, but these have always been the gun of choice… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/03/2009
I got the Crosman Medalist 1322 at a gun show and it shot a few rounds.It started leaking air from the barrel and would not shoot anymore… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2009 by bedattack (1 review written)
I own a Crosman Medalist 1322 air pistol I bought at Canadian Tire store in the 80's. I still have the original box and a little oil plastic bottle thas was sold whit the gun. The gun is in very good condition and fully fonctionnal!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2008 by cole5169 (19 reviews written)
I think Crosman discontinued these in the 1980's, but they may have been produced a little longer than that. The 1322 Medalist went through a few minor variations over the course of its production run, but most of the changes later on were simple cosmetics (like using a lower grade plastic for the grips later in the run).
If you have an 1377, you already are familiar with the mechanics of the 1322. This is basically the same platform, with a .22 caliber barrel. Both pistols are multi-pump… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/06/2008
It was a really good gun. I really liked the Crosman Medalist 1322, its a cool gun and i like it so much because its pump action. Its really accurate and powerful… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2008
I have owned this pistol for about 15 years. It is consistently accurate but I tend to go through seals on it… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/05/2007 by nuttyneo (1 review written)
I love mine! Being a pump, you can tune the power for your needs- close target to Partridge/Pheasant!… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2006 by Dual Mag Mike (31 reviews written)
The Crosman Medalist 1322 is a .22 cal. pistol that is now discontinued. My gun shoots RWS Hobby pellets @ 445 fps. which equals about 5.25 fpe. Very respetable for a pistol. I have not chronied any other pellets yet so there may be even more fps yet to be revealed. The gun is capable of very good accuracy to about 30 feet or so with open sights. I have had my 1322 for about 20 years and I got it used. I just recently had it resealed. Even prior to the resealing I have taken pigeons out to at… Read Full Review
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Written by lowscore
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