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Crosman 1377C / PC77 Pellet Pistol

Available in .177, Upgraded American Classic 1377 with Improved Grips & Black Stock
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Redesigned but still the same great air pistol America has revered since 1998. If ever there was a pistol that would please just about any shooter it's the Crosman P1377 American Classic. With the variability of a multi-pump- each shooter can use the gun at his own level of effort. The unique rear sight is not only fully adjustable, but you can quickly and easily switch between a notch and a peep sight by simply turning the sight 180 degrees. A screw secures the rear sight to the configuration you select. If you buy the optional 459MT intermount you can also mount optics. If you upgrade your pistol with the steel breech option then you'll have 3/8" dovetails and won't need the intermount. The upgrade removes your rear sight, but there's a kit version that includes a 2-dot rear sight that fits on the 3/8" dovetails. The newly designed pump handle has a handy concave indent for holding it and that makes pumping a touch more convenient. With traditional Crosman reliability built into this pistol you'll be enjoying it for many years and passing it along to your kids. Your P1377 American Classic pistol is suitable for plinking, paper targets and tin cans. New grip and pump-lever configuration, same great pistol!

Crosman P1377 Air Pistol Features
  • Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Bolt-action
  • Single-shot
  • Textured polymer grip and pump arm
  • Ambidextrous grip and operation
  • 3-10 pumps
  • Manual safety
  • Fixed front sight
  • Fully adjustable rear sight
  • Rear sight can be flipped from peep to notch
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 600 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 2.00
  • Overall Length 13.63
  • Barrel Length 10.25
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Blade & Ramp
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking & target practice
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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5.0
By TimothyUSAMarch 29, 2022 Verified Purchase

It's a real classic. While PCPs are all the rage now, pump guns and break barrels still have a place in your gun safe. If you need to clear pests from a structure while doing minimal damage, there is no better tool.

Pros
I remember when this was introduced, My brother and had put thousands of rounds through our Crosman pump action rifles. CO2 was beyond our budget -- in fact, a tin of pellets was often a stretch, because we paid for them a nickel at a time by searching for returnable bottles. I am still thankful for a generous uncle. The things that were great about this pistol in 1977 are still great today. It's built like a bridge. It has an amazingly good trigger. The trigger is not light, but it is crisp, and the break is very short. Very close to a glass rod. Given that you can choose the level of power, you can either pepper a dart board while sitting on the sofa (3-5 pumps), or manage pests or shoot to longer distances with more pressure. As people have been tuning this model for nearly 50 years, there are many modifications to make the basic package your own. I personally own this with an AR style stock and red dot scope as a compact carbine. I've spent many hours 3D printing parts.

Cons
While the stock plastic breech is entirely shootable, the steel breech kit makes the pistol steadier. It also allows mounting an optic. This pistol is quite accurate at 20 yards with a simple 4X scope or red dot/reflex optic. Adding a longer barrel is simple, and increases velocity and power.

3.0
By HademuJanuary 28, 2022

Mine came with the breech screw loose, so check that. Oil the pump arm and clean or polish the barrel if you can. If you plan to mount a scope absolutely do not do it with the B272 intermount, just go for the breech upgrade of your choice, the intermount with a scope on it will put extra stress on the already (mildly defective imo) weak parts. Use them for a laser once you have the breech on there! The sights are basic, the front post is a little wide for very long shots and it could use a spot of paint. Prepare for a great time and lots of memories if you pick one of these up! With the right care and maybe some parts it's a great hand-me-down for sure, and with the amount of options out there for upgrades it has the potential to be a beautiful heirloom piece to leave the grandkids to teach their youngins.

Pros
Lots of power for a pistol, decent weight, excellent ergonomics and great potential for upgrades or customization, and just plain fun to shoot. It aso good looks and comes at a fair price, though I do miss the older grips sometimes. Great for practicing shooting or hunting if you know how, just make sure you know what both you the shooter and the gun are capable of before trying first in case you didn't know.

Cons
Certain parts are not up to par of the quality of the rest of the gun, like the barrel band and breech, I've encountered stretching and an imperfect seal due to them being plastic and over time they will do what plastic does. The barrel itself has wiggle room, more than I remember on the previous model. My second pistol I am currently working on has never been able to stay sighted in because of this, from the torque of pumping being able to shift the breech and band slightly. Barrels are crude at best extremely unpolished and commonly have burrs and streaks. (All my crosman barrels have and I find this quite sad because it could be an easy fix for the factory but for a lot of people they don't have the tools to fix it or make it better) Finish is not pretty rough and the blueing is not very deep but for 60$ you shouldn't expect too much... I like it sanded down to silver better anyways or very polished. If they were 100% solid and came with better finished barrels I would give 5 star

4.0
By RadamesUSAJuly 27, 2020

This is a great deal for the price

Pros
The American Classic is a great gun to have for back yard shooting its a bit loud for my opinion but it shoots really good. I use mine for target shooting and it works great I love it.

Cons
there is not much to change on the gun, just one thing the handle will wobble a bit so treat it with lots of love so it could last you longer , other then that I love the gun

5.0
By DebraJanuary 3, 2020

I bought this for my Dad for Christmas. He wanted it because it was just like one he had as a kid, (he’s 82 now.) except the old one had some wood on it. He said works as expected and shoots pretty straight. He loves it!!!

5.0
By BarrieUSAJuly 23, 2019

Totally like this pistol. I find it very accurate and a pleasure to shoot.

5.0
By StanleyUSAMarch 16, 2019

As one reviewer said these can end up costing way more money if you desire to upgrade them. So many aftermarket parts available . Mine is highly modified with just about every mod known to man. I like the older guns that were mostly wood and metal . This pistol works fine in stock form , but if more performance is wanted then deeper pockets will be needed . Mine has a adjustable folding stock which makes it into a carbine . Also a aluminum multi-shot breech made by BNM custom that employs the use of a Marauder 10 round magazine . The kit includes a shrouded & baffled system to make it quieter. I mounted 3X12X32mm side focus UTG scope on the pica-tinny rail with heavy duty mounts. Installed a flat top valve and brass piston assembly so it produces more power. It can be switched back and forth from .177 to 22 with minor disassembly. Simply change bolts and barrels.

Pros
Makes good power in stock form .Many upgrades out there, providing your willing to spend the money. Easy to work on. Lots of plastic but seems durable.

Cons
In stock form a plastic breech , a plastic piston assembly , plastic grips and pump handle.

5.0
By JimUSASeptember 11, 2018

Super accurate! I shoot in my garage but I only have about 15 feet. 5 shot groups in one hole. Easy to pump and great feel in the hand.

5.0
By DanMay 14, 2018

Excellent pistol, works great for the money.. Thanks

5.0
By JonUSAMarch 16, 2018

Purchased this 1377 from airgun Depot as refurbished and you cannot go wrong buying new or refurbished from this company,I now own five of these in stock form and modified. They are all very accurate and dependable air guns. I have not had any problems with any of my pistols and think this is a great bargain.

Pros
Gun can be highly modified,many aftermarket parts available. These guns are so much fun to work on all it costs you is money . Next gun is going to be a Crosman 1322 .

Cons
Wish Crosman would make factory custom wood grips & forearm.

4.0
By CjOctober 24, 2016

Great gun feels solid great accuracy.

Pros
Feels Solid, shoots straight, far, and true, great power, good for small game

Cons
plastic sights

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By single shot does it mean you have to pump it up after every shot?

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This item can ship to cambodia?

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What kind of scope mount works best on this gun?

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