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Updated for 2015 with all new grip stylings, the American Classic is an all-time favorite among airgun enthusiasts.
The .177 caliber pneumatic air pistol features a single-action bolt design for easier cocking and loading, a rifled steel barrel for accuracy and an easy-pump forearm for variable pump power. The 1377 features fully adjustable rear peep or open sights and a fixed blade front. The variable pump power lets you control the velocity for whatever shooting you are doing.NOT A TOY. THIS AIRGUN IS RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT USE ONLY. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. BE CAREFUL, SHOOT SAFELY.
- Technical Specs
SKU P1377 Caliber .177 Powerplant Variable Pump Lead Pellet Velocity Up to 600 fps Alloy Pellet Velocity No Steel BB Velocity No Action Bolt Action Length 13.6 in Product Weight 1.875 lbs Air Reservoir No Barrel Material Steel Rifled Barrel No Barrel Type Rifled Buttpad No Camo Pattern No Checkering No Cocking Effort No FPE No Foot Pounds of Energy (FPE) N/A Joules No Front Sight Fixed Rear Sight Adjustable Notch Material Synthetic Magazine N/A Mounting Rail Dovetail Noise Suppression No Trigger Single Stage Stock Style No Included Optics No Sling Mounts Included No Sling Mount Type No Stock Material Polymer Safety Crossbolt Rings included? No
American Classic Pistol (.177) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.Rated 5 out of 5 by Fasteddie686 from Weight, precision and fun for the whole Family !!! About 10 weeks ago I purchased this pistol, took it out and was totally satisfied with the gun! So I was reading all the fun add ons you can purchase with this gun! So I bought the long stock, steel breech and scoped the pistol ! Well it's such a good shooter I went to the store and bought the .22 in the same gun, added my extras and both of these guns perform excellent !!! I found the .177 likes Crosman Destroyers and the .22 likes Benjamin Destroyer's --- Happy Shooting!!!Date published: 2017-08-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Red Dog from Sight Modification for Eyeglass Wearers Crosman 1377 sight mod for nearsightedness I recently bought a P1377. I am very nearsighted and cannot see anything without wearing glasses. The main reason I bought this gun is to kill rabbits and squirrels in my garden, at relatively short range, 40 feet at most. Bear in mind that I am on foot in that situation, and not able to brace the gun against anything. It was impossible for me to shoot accurately using the open sight. The peephole was much better, but still not adequate for my purposes. After some practice and experimentation I realized that the closer the sight was to my eye, the better I could see and aim. But the hole of the peep was much too large for my needs. I removed the rear sight plate and cut some stock aluminum to the same shape as the original plate. I drilled the peephole with a #56 size drill – that’s about 3/64” The mounting slot in the plate that I made was copied similar to that of the original. When the modified plate is installed, the peephole should end up being right above the top of the plastic rear sight block. With this done, I could put the new peephole right up against my eyeglasses. Fortunately this gun has very little recoil. Then I worked on my shooting stance. I realized that I could actually place the stock of the pistol right against my jaw, to increase stability. I then place my left elbow on my hip and make a fist on which to rest the gun barrel. My trigger arm has my right elbow bent at 90 degrees to my body. The result is that I can now hit a 3 inch target at 20-40 feet consistently, with enough accuracy to kill vermin without missing. Fortunately rabbits and squirrels have more body than a target the size of a golf ball. Apparently the 1377 model is tried and true, and nothing better has since appeared on the market. I was pleasantly surprised that it was lighter than I expected and fits the hand well. Even the production quality was quite good. When trying it out after the mod I braced it against a doorframe and found it to be amazingly accurate – if you can brace or support it, as opposed to doing freehand shooting with it. Powerful too – at 10 pumps it will imbed a pellet well into plywood, or a small animal. The trigger is much too stiff, but aim and yank will suffice. Pumping it is easy for the first five pumps, then it gets harder. I found that if you place the stock on your right hip, you can then use both hands to pump it with, at all times keeping your fingers away from being pinched. The sight modification and discovering what works for me makes the 1377 useful and enjoyable. I hope these tips might help someone. At the going price, this gun is a steal. Happy shooting!Date published: 2017-06-29
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