This synthetic stock provides an excellent fit for a scope or open sights. Made from weather resistant polymers it provides a perfect combination of aesthetics and functionality.
Compatible with the following products:
2250, 2240, 2300, BP2220, 1377C, 1322, PC77, 2300KT and 2400KT
- Model Number1399
I have a 1322 with an 18 inch barrel and steel breech with the Weaver mounts, Now I have a carbine tat's light accurate and just powerful enough.
2240 shoulder stock
AWESOME JUST GET IT.
1399 shoulder stock
nice addition to our Crosman pistols.improves accuracy and handling with scope..
1399 or backup hammer.
Works perfect. Used it on my 2240,2250,1377 and 2289 backpacker which came with one. Works great you could probably hammer nails with it. Was worried years ago when I first was looking into buying this for my 1377 but its definitely passed my toughness test.
I rigged mine up so it can be quickly assembled and disassembled onto my 1377 without any tools. fits perfect in my camelback too.
1399 shoulder stock
I own three 1377c American Classic pistols and I bought a stock for one of them Now I am going to equip all of them with this stock. Along with the steel breech, this is a MUST HAVE for these pistols. They really live up to their accuracy potential by the addition of this stock and a scope (hence, the steel breech). The 1377 is a very accurate airgun with lots of power, but you need a stock and a scope to fully realize its accuracy potential. I now can reliably shoot one-inch groups at 50 yards due to this stock. The "iron" sights (the front blade is actually plastic) are woefully inadequate. The stock itself is a solid one-piece item made of a light weight but durable plastic. Its length of pull puts the shooter's eye just the right distance from the optic. I use a red dot, 4x, and 9x scope and all are perfectly positioned in combination with the stock. There are lots of custom after market stocks out there that'll make your gun look cool, but for the money, this is the best value by far. You can turn your 13xx into a hot little carbine just by adding this stock and a steel breech.
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