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Crosman 1322 Pellet Pistol Combo

Available in .22, Includes Pellets, Pellet Pouch, and Safety Glasses
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  • Code: 1322KTE · $92.95 · .22 · 0 fps
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Premier Shooters Kit Available Exclusively At Airgun Depot Includes:
  • Crosman 1322 Air Pistol($54.99 Value)
  • Crosman 1322 Shoulder Stock ($24.50 Value)
  • Crosman Ammo Pouch ($4.00 Value)
  • Crosman Safety Glasses* ($6.00 Value)
  • Crosman .22 Cal Pointed Pellets- 175 Ct. ($4.50 Value)
*Please Note: Style of safety glasses may vary slightly. This gun has been around in brown for decades, and now the classic is available in all black. Don't underestimate this gun just because it's inexpensive and has a plastic stock. It's gained a faithful following because it's so much fun to shoot. Since you can vary the velocity with the number of pumps, just about anyone can shoot this pistol. If putting 5 pumps is too hard, then shoot it with 3. No need to get maximum power to do some plinking and target practice. Features:
  • Pump Action (NO Battery or Co2 Required)
  • Only 1-10 pumps (never exceed 10 pumps)
  • Single Shot
  • Textured Plastic Grip & Pump Arm
  • Aperture Rear Sight Adjustable For Windage and Elevation
  • Ambidextrous Grip With Thumbrests on Both Sides
  • Manual safety
  • Ideal For Plinking
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  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber .22
  • Velocity 0 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action 0
  • Barrel Style 0
  • Fire Mode 0
  • Gun Weight 1.00
  • Overall Length 0.00
  • Barrel Length 0.00
  • Loudness 1-Low
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism 0
  • Rail No
  • Safety 0
  • Front Sights 0
  • Rear Sights 0
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use 0
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By Sheldon Matzie January 22, 2024 Verified Purchase

I replaced the rear sight with a modified picatiny ( pic ) rail and mounted a Vortex Defender ccw with a pic rail clamp. The accuracy is dead on.

The 1322 is well-built in the USofA. And priced right.

The rear sight is minimal with minimal accuracy putting the shoulder stock on the pistol improved the accuracy.

By PhilRMay 31, 2023 Verified Purchase

Fairly nice gun. The ability to switch the stock from a pistol to a rifle is a bonus. The Rifle stock is a bit short for an adult, but is perfect for my 12 year old grandson. Easy to pump and plenty of power.

The only con is that the front sight desperately needs a contrasting color mark on it. A fiber sight would make this gun nearly perfect. As it is, aiming is nearly impossible.

By TimothyUSAFebruary 16, 2022

I've never shot a 13XX without everyone wanting to play with it at some point. For the price, it belongs in any collection.

This pistol has been around long enough to have grandkids, and for a good reason. It may have been designed at Kelly Johnson's "Skunk Works" as a secret project from Area 51. It is inexpensive. It is accurate. It is modifiable in every way, and there is a 13XX mod cult willing to help, no matter how particular your desires are. You can shoot the dart board in the house at 3 pumps, or harvest small game at 10. Your call. What's good is quite good, and you can replace the rest. Unlike many Crosman triggers, this one is nice. Not much travel. not much gravel. It is comfy. Like a classic break barrel, all you need to shoot all day is a tin of pellets. Unlike a break barrel. you can vary power and velocity to match your task.

I shot the first version of this a million years ago. The plastics were a lot beefier. Compared to the classics, the new ones are a tad flimsy. Now we have 3D printers, and you can find a million files for this to make it your own, so pay attention to the fore grip and beef it up.

By AdrianAugust 3, 2021

This is a easily modified airgun that is easy on the wallet...or purse. Reliable, quiet and just a classic.

Would pay extra for less plastic.

By Billy HollisJuly 4, 2021

Very impressed with accuracy at 35 ft. Will be fun to upgrade. Going to buy 1 for my dad.


Should be able to buy fully upgraded

By JaronUSAApril 3, 2021

Awesome value! I bought this with the intention of modding the heck outta it.. all the little extras that came with it though made this the best value around! You rock AD ??

None..I love these guns

By GeraldCanadaJuly 2, 2019

Fire Power is great & stability increase better accuracy. It is good value for the price!

I recommend this combo for every avid shooters!

It has to assembled & disassembled!

By RobertUSAJune 15, 2019

This is the one I should have bought before I got a Benji 392 (almost never use it). The only downside is that it is not wallet friendly. There are far too many ways to customize this (not a bad thing). The combo deal is the best way to get into a great air pistol/carbine. All of mine have the carbine stock and I am sorry I did not get them sooner. A steel breech should be the first add on but is not necessary. The OEM package is GTG for fun shooting.

An excellent choice for the beginner or expert

A money pit for those who seek perfection or just want something different. Options abound!

By JohnMay 3, 2019


Reminds me of the Crossman 1322 I had in the 70's. The .22 is a perfect choice for this utilitarian air gun. Accurate and powerful with just 6 pumps (I use H&N Wadcutters for this).

Trigger is hard, rear sight is poor, pistol grips are loose.

By NickOctober 22, 2018

I've searched multiple locations both online and in my local area. I could NOT find a better deal. It is a great little shooter. The first test shot with the factory sights at 5 pumps and 45 feet to the target with the pellets provided. I bullseyed the first shot. Encouraged to continue shooting with similar results. It's a great beginner's pistol/carbine combo.

Pistol was accurate right out of the package. Stock was easy to attach. Addition of Eye-Protection was a bonus. Pellet Pouch is GOOD and FUNCTIONAL. Pellets are GOOD, as well. I'm really glad I made this purchase.

I want to upgrade it already. It is NOT that I am UNHAPPY with this purchase. I'm enjoying it immensely, but I also know there is a huge aftermarket to increase both the accuracy and lethality of this Pistol/Carbine Combination. Rear sight is a BUDGET piece, but the factory did a great job of sighting it in. May be a fluke, but I didn't have to touch it. Black sights are good for the day, but I plan to paint the front sight a bright red to reddish-orange color to make it easier to acquire. I see the potential of this combination for plinking and varmint hunting.

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How do I load a pellet in the 1399 pistol that I inherited from my sister? Is there a user manual on line?

asked Gael from USA

can you put a scope on it?

asked rich melville

Yes if you change to a steel breech. Optional extra. Steel breech has a 3/8 dovetail for mounting.


How many psi is 10 pumps? I want to know before I buy it.

asked Elon

What's the difference between 1322 @ 1322c ?

asked Daniel from USA

I have this setup with a 18" barrel. Can anyone help me find a carry case for that configuration¿

asked James from USA

For backyard plinking and the occasional varmint, which is more accurate--the .177 or ,22 version of this gun?

asked Walton

22 is usually more accurate because f the extra weight

Kristen from USA

Does this pistol come with a set of regular pistol grips for shooting it without the shoulder stok?

asked joe

Yes it does.

Mike from USA

YES ! In fact, I've never attached the shoulder stock. The pistol is long enough that you can fire it like a short rifle. It is a Great shooting piece !

tim from USA

Yes it does. The shoulder stock is included as a separate item so you can shoot with or without the stock. In order to use the stock you must first remove the grips from the pistol and save the screws because you will use them to attach the stock. This pistol is very accurate and even more so with the added stability by using the stock.

Fred from USA

you shipping in canada?

asked karl

Hello, Thanks for contacting us. We can ship some items to your area, however some items are restricted from shipping. Please check with your local customs agency for inquires on requirements to purchase. You may order from our website, which will calculate shipping as well as inform you of any possible restriction issues. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Scott from USA

does this gun come with both regular handle and a separate rifle stock or is it only rifle stock ?

asked Joseph Clark

The kit comes with the standard pistol grips as well as the rifle stock.

Michael from USA

The pistol is packaged seperately with the original grips. The carbine stock is a great option included in this package. All items are wrapped seperately. I added a photo of what my package looked like..

Ralph from St. Croix (U.S. Virgin Islands)

Will the stock seperate from the pistol?

asked Milan

Yes, it will.


Do any makers offer a holster that would work with the 1322/1377/2289 pump guns with a BSA RD30 Red Dot scope mounted with the 459MT blocks?

asked TheSnipe

No, you'll have to be creative.

Joseph from USA

shipping quebec

asked Denis Muir

Try checking out at the sight and if there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden. Shipping price always changes, but you should be able to see the final price before you complete your purchase.

Scott from USA

Can this gun be used for rabbit hunting?

asked flavjo

Yes, I have brought down Rabbits, Squirrels, Skunks and Starlings out to 20 yards with the 1322..

Thomas from USA

Yes. I have hit rabbits at 25 yds. Lot of holdover though with the open sights.

Joseph from USA

I just bought a 1322 c with the shoulder stock last Wednesday and tested the gun right away. The result is very good. Can i replace the barrel with 16 inches? Will it increase the fps or fpe of the gun? I am also planning to get the 2240 with co2, is this a better gun than the 1233?

asked armando

A 16" barrel will increase the fpe and fps of the gun, but you need to call Crosman to buy the parts that you'll need to make the swap. (or have Crosman do it for you.)

Conor from USA

Recommendation is to never exceed 10 pumps. Is that how the action goes? Do you have to pump 10 times every time your shoot? How many pellets can 10 pumps generate?

asked Jojo from USA

You first pump the gun up 10 times, then put one pellet in the breach and fire it (it'll shoot around 400-450 real world fps) and then you do it over again (10 pumps to one pellet per shot).

Conor from USA

Does the 1322 come with a set of standard grips so the pistol can be used in true pistol mode, not just with the rifle stock? I would like to use it as a standard pistol.

asked Larry



Is this the 1322c Model?

asked Kyle

Yes it is. The "c" stands for carbine. This is a .22 cal carbine.

Conor from USA

what kind of top mounts would work for this pistol? would the crossman designed for the 1377 work or is it too small around the barrel area? would the Benjamin mounts work better?

asked Francis from USA

The barrel diameter is the same on the 1377 and the 1322, approx 7/16".


You can use the same mounts that you used on the 1377 on this.

Carter from USA

The crosman mounts (459MT) would not work with my 1322 and since the barrel on the 1377 is even smaller, I would say not. They would not grip tight enough. I tried some friction tape on the inside of them and then they were tight enough. However, since they are only 13mm, you need a 13mm to weaver adapter to fit most scopes and sights. At this point, the height of the mount is so high that the weight of the scope and the sight was causing the entire barrel to rotate slightly back and forth making for a wobbly sight - not acceptable. The only real solution that I can find is to replace the plastic breech with the longer and more substantial steel breech which is grooved so that the weaver adapter can mount directly to the breech. The steel breech also has a retaining screw that prevents the barrel from turning.

David from USA

Use the same mounts that you used on the .177 on this. It will work.


The mount for the 1377 looks like it could fit. The OD of this 1322 is approximately 7/8". I believe the top tube is an outer sleeve for the barrel inside. It's somewhat likely it's the same diameter for the .177 and .22 versions and the only real difference is the muzzle bracket and the breech.

William from USA

Does the butt stock from the .177 version fit this .22 version? Or does Crossman make a different butt stock?

asked Patrick

Can you send to customers in Thailand?


Can this gun send to me In Thailand?


The stock will fit this.

Carter from USA

The same stock will work on this.


is this co2?

asked Phillip from USA

This gun is a pump air pistol, we are correcting where it says it Co2

Steve from USA
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