Crosman Powerlet 12-gram CO2 cartridges provide you with a snug fit and solid seal for a reliable, consistent performance with almost any gas-powered gun.
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- Accessories TypeCO2 Accessories
- Warranty1 Year Limited
By Karen from Texas on November 14, 2011
By Staff on November 16, 2011
Answer:Hi, This is a pump airgun so you pump the gun up rather than use CO2. It is powerful enough to take out squirrels assuming you have good enough aim and can get close enough :) I know a lot of our customers use this for squirrels at close range.
By Dustin from PA on November 16, 2011
Answer:The 1377 is a pump gun, it does not use Co2. And yes, a well placed shot from a pellet gun will kill a squirrel at close range - out to 25yrds if you can hit the head.
By Brett from Indianapolis, Indiana on November 16, 2011
Answer:The Crossman 1377C is a pump-action air gun and as such does not require a CO2 propellant. However, the 1377C CAN achieve velocity up to 600 fps, so it's a decent air gun to use to take our vermin.
By Howard from Somerset, NJ on November 17, 2011
Answer:The Crosman 1377 is a classic American pump action pistol. This means you do not need CO2 to operate this pistol. If you buy this pistol - it will be ready to shoot right out of the package (given you have bought ammo). Give it a good 6 pumps to achieve maximum velocity. This gun is great for small and big pests - shooting at 600fps it'll do significant damage depending on type of ammo you use. For larger pests I would recommend Crosman tipped hollow points (Destroyers). Smaller pests is really up to you - any wadcutter or dome will do the job. For target practice on paper target - I would recommend wadcutters as it makes a more visible hole for you to see your aim. Hope this helps.
By Barbara from Anaheim, CA on November 17, 2011
Answer:The 1377C is a pump action pellet pistol. It does NOT use C02 to shoot the pellet.
The Crosman RepeatAir 1077 (.177) rifle uses C02 and has a twelve round magazine.
With the right pellet it should do the job on squirrels very nicely.
I shot holes in a heavy metal pie tin at a distance 60 feet with mine..
By Jade from dunnellon, fla. on November 17, 2011
Answer:thats exactly what we bought for our crossman 1377c. he loves it and uses it foe anything going after our chickens. we highly recommend it.
By Gregg from Colorado on November 17, 2011
Answer:The 1377 is a pump-up style pistol (pneumatic), so you don't need C02 cartidges for it! Since it shoots at 600 feet per second using a .177 pellet I wouldn't recommend it for squirrels, because it may not humanely kill the squirrel. I would recommend any pistol or rifle that produces at least 900 feet per second velocity for a .177 or .22 pellet. The feet per second rating is listed in the specifications for each gun you review here at Air Gun Depot. The Crosman Optimus .22 caliber break-barrel air rifle would be a great choice - and again, you won't need the C02 cartridges, just your arms to charge it and some .22 pellets.
By Rob from Evergreen Park, Illinois on November 17, 2011
Answer:You don't need Co2 cartridges for this gun, it a pump gun. And for the squirrel question, you can but a pellet rifle with a scope would be a better choice. A great bang for the buck gun for taking care for those pain in the butt squirrels is the Crosman Phantom 1000x Air Rifle.
By alex from parkman,ohio on May 12, 2012
By Staff on May 15, 2012
Answer:It depends on what you are using it in.
By Vijay from Chennai, india on April 25, 2012
By Staff on April 25, 2012
Answer:Thank you for you interest.
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