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Thread: Crosman 1377 (early birthday present)

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    Boolit Master GhostHawk's Avatar
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    35 I have never tried shooting it in low light. But I suspect it would do ok.

    It won't gather as much light as a scope will, but IMO better than irons.

    Might have to walk out the back door at dusk some night and take a look see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35 shooter View Post
    Boolseye,

    Hope you enjoy yours as much as i do mine. You sure get a lot in return for the money spent!

    GhostHawk,

    How well does your red dot sight do in dim light, like just before dark?
    i like the idea of them, but have never really tried one.
    The 2x power would be nice!
    My BSA red dots work well with low light . I have to turn the brightness up as the lighting goes up and down as it gets darker . They are not a laser that hits the target . They are simply a dot that shows on the glass .Marvin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multigunner View Post
    Finally chronographed my 13XX carbine with 24" barrel. At 15 pumps I got 587 FPS using a 14 gr Meister Kuglen pellet.
    Thanks for the info. That would make a fine, light, easy to carry hunter.
    I have become a staunch fan of these 13xx guns...the accuracy, even at longer ranges blows me away.

    I haven't gotten into doing any mods on them yet, but i feel it coming lol.

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    Thanks for the info on the dot sights guys.

    This may well be what i wind up with on my 1377 to keep weight down as much as possible.

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    Put my second "mod" on my 1377 this last Sunday. Lol, no power mod, just a strap on padded cheek pad on the skeleton shoulder stock.

    I was doing just fine with the stock as it was, but this gives a solid cheek weld, and really locks my head in perfect position comfortably.
    It even has a zippered pouch on the offside for a tin of pellets, pull through cleaning string and patches, tube of oil, allen wrenches, etc.

    I had actually bought it for my 392 to raise my eye for scope shooting. I put it on and got about 20 shots off before the 392 suddenly started blowing air out as i pumped it....bummer.
    I've kept it well oiled every 150 to 200 shots. When it quit holding air the other day, i really poured the oil to it , hoping it would start working again, but no go.
    As much as i would love to tear into it and start learning how to fix them myself...this one's under warranty, so back to crosman it goes.
    I can hear it sucking air on the up stoke, but it blows it out on the downstroke. The extra oil i put in it just comes out the port in the beech as i pump it.....seal blown, or valve stuck open??

    Anyway, the cheek pad is on the 1377 now, and is a perfect addition for it.
    It's definitly an aide for off hand shooting and even from a rest. Much, much more comfortable.
    Seems like it's at the right height for scope or dot sight shooting too.
    So far it's been as big an improvement in overall shooting and handling quality as putting on the shoulder stock was....just keeps getting better.

    Think i have found my favorite air gun!!

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    Sorry to hear about the 392 . I know your into self contained rifles . Here is one that you might have missed .Marvin
    http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/prec...-independence/

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    Quote Originally Posted by melloairman View Post
    Sorry to hear about the 392 . I know your into self contained rifles . Here is one that you might have missed .Marvin
    http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/prec...-independence/
    Thanks for the link. That is one awesome air rifle! Your right, i had missed that one.

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    I'll buy 2. lol
    A gun is like a parachute: If you need one and don't have one, you won't be needing one again.

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