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Capt45

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Crosman 1377
« on: August 14, 2019, 08:08:11 AM »
Just ordered one from W-mart and should be here tomorrow.  My question(s) is/are; do the new 1377's come with a metal breech, if not should that be converted to a metal breech.  Also, is the bolt handle able to be replaced with a custom handle?  Anxiously waiting, just like a kid on the 24th of Dec.  One other question:  what is the preferred lube/seal protectant?


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Re: Crosman 1377
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2019, 09:06:57 AM »
Just ordered one from W-mart and should be here tomorrow.  My question(s) is/are; do the new 1377's come with a metal breech, if not should that be converted to a metal breech.  Also, is the bolt handle able to be replaced with a custom handle?  Anxiously waiting, just like a kid on the 24th of Dec.  One other question:  what is the preferred lube/seal protectant?

Nope, it does not come with metal breech. Crosman sells a steel one that runs about $35.  There are other metal breeches available too. Google is your friend.

All sorts of cocking handles are available. Maverick and a herd of others sell them. Just google! eBay always has a ton of custom pieces and parts.

I use the red Crosman lube.
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Re: Crosman 1377
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2019, 09:11:14 AM »
I bought a PA77 from Amazon, and it came with a plastic breech. I suspect the 1377s do too, but I'm not sure. I base this on the price of the gun.

At the time, I think it cost me about $50 to do all of the conversions that I did. I put a red dot on it, and it eventually ended up in the Denver, area for use by the Boy Scouts.

I'll say this for it, out to 25 yards, 1/2 inch groups were the norm, using RedFires.

For what it it worth, I bought a Crosman 1377, set up by their custom shop for a friend. With a shoulder stock, decent barrel, and sights, I think it totaled ≈$150, but that was with a 20% off deal.
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