Crosman 1377 American Classic First variant w/manual cocking & steel breech Phase I 1977-1981 [ 177cal- ] Reviews




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Crosman 1377 American ClassicFirst variant w/manual cocking & steel breech Phase I 1977-1981 [ 177cal- ]


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Reviewer: Werewolf
Recommended: Recommended
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I had one of these in 1979. It was a very powerful air pistol back then and still is today. The barrel was heavy and always required a two hand hold to shoot with any accuracy. It was a well built gun, I sold it to a friend two years later and he is still shooting it today.

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Crosman 1377 American ClassicFirst variant w/manual cocking & steel breech Phase I 1977-1981 [ 177cal- ]


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Reviewer: Craig
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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I have owned mine for so long I don’t even remember when I bought it. I actually haven’t shot it very much until recently, so it is still in excellent condition. My friend recently purchased the ‘C’ model, I guess it is the 3rd version. Between my original and his newest version I must say I like mine better. Mine has a much better trigger, but a trigger job will even up the two guns. His gets points for having a much tighter sealing breech than mine. However, I like to pump up the pressure, load a pellet, and take a walk in the woods waiting to cock the gun only when I have a target. The ‘C’ model combines these two steps into one eliminating that option or feature. I’ll take the extra step to cock the gun over the better bolt handle any day.

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Crosman 1377 American ClassicFirst variant w/manual cocking & steel breech Phase I 1977-1981 [ 177cal- ]


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Reviewer: Dennis
Recommended: Recommended
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Hey this is the gun my buddy shot me in the leg with, ( I think by accident) , anyways a multi pump gun “NOTE”: never over pump this one!! just trust me” this is a little heavier than the Benjamin Sheridan models, but is very crisp at the let off. I would by one again just for the novelty…..