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Crosman 1377C / PC77 Pellet Pistol, Brown

Available in .177, Upgraded American Classic 1377 with Improved Grips & Stock
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Many airgunners think a multi-pump pneumatic is the ideal powerplant since the effort to power the gun is user dependent. Wherever your strength level lies that's good enough for the gun. Use from 3 to 10 pumps. This pistol comes with a blade front sight and a fully adjustable rear and the rear can be quickly switched from a notch to a peep by loosening a screw. Optics can be mounted too if you buy the optional 459MT intermount. Add 3/8-inch dovetails on your pistol by upgrading to the steel breech. Although that upgrade removes your rear sight, there's a kit version that includes the LPA rear sight that fits on the steel breech dovetails. Use 1377 American Classic air gun for plinking, paper targets, spinners and tin cans. New grip and pump-lever configuration, same great pistol!

Crosman P1377 American Classic 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
  • Velocity600 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBolt-action
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight2.00
  • Overall Length13.63
  • Barrel Length10.25
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismMulti-pump pneumatic
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade & Ramp
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UsePlinking & target practice
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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4.519 Reviews
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5.0
By DeanUSAJanuary 14, 2020 Verified Purchase

I bought this gun because I wanted something to shoot indoors during bad weather. I shoot for accuracy so I use a bench and rest taking as much of myself as posable out of the shot. At 15 feet I found this gun to be very consistent. I can't say accurate because I'm not an expert but I liked my results at 15 feet. After adjusting and learning the sights I was cutting out a nickel sized bullseye.

Pros
Shoots well, I liked it.

Cons
The trigger is heavy for me. The rear sight adjustments are crued but work well if you take the time to learn them.

3.0
By jcApril 26, 2018

the rifling in my P1377 is really ragged. Looks like the cutter was run thru once with too deep a cut. I would recommend this one only if the bore is checked.

5.0
By DeterFebruary 15, 2018

Very well working handgun. After sights adjusted, its pretty damn accurate. It isnt designed for BBs, they just roll out of the chamber, but thats easily fixed by using a strong magnet and rubbing the loading tip good untill it slightly magnetizes. Ordering online is cheaper than in stores.

Pros
-Multi pump. Easier to create pressure. -accurate -Feels solid

Cons
- wasnt made for BBs, but easily worked around.

5.0
By ManuelJanuary 3, 2018

Very good

5.0
By jamesDecember 27, 2017

Get the stock with it. I have a 25 yard range laid out in yard, this pistol, once sighted in using peep sight, does not miss. I do. Shooting it is addictive. 5 star rating because it is what it is.

Pros
A basic, no frills pistol. Extremely accurate at 25 yards with "peep" sight, I drilled it out a few sizes. I pump it up to 8 or 10 pumps occasionally, but 5 pumps is all that is needed for cans.

Cons
Could use a better system for keeping rear sight open/peep tang tight. The small screw on mine was stripped, used duct tape to hold it on til I found a little bigger screw and threaded it thru the plastic base.

5.0
By AldrinUSANovember 23, 2017

I really liked this gun, it's indoor friendly and outdoor plinking is fun. you get to control the speed and power of the gun and overall a fun gun to play with and plink! I recommend getting the stock for accuracy and stability

Pros
variable pump means you control the power not pellet picky in my case upgradeable to put a scope in FUN FUN FUN

Cons
loud at 10 pumps for me

5.0
By JuergenUSAOctober 7, 2017

I admit I didn't buy it here, even if I planned to, I bought it from my local Walmart it was on clearance there for $25.00. This was a steal, I did modify the front side and the pump grip a little. The pictures are in this review, I took some green spray paint and painted the view part on the back with it, for better contrast, and filled the hollow part of the pump handle with some foam out of an electronics packaging to the loud pump clack down. Succeeded with that two little homemade mods. I can shoot this pistol all day long and hit soup tin cans up to 90 feet dead on only with open sights. I anxious about how good this little gem will shoot after I installed the crosman Steel Breech for installing a little scope and the crosman custom carbine stock, I'm pretty sure it will be a tack driver. I shoot mostly crosman 7.4 gr. Pointed pellets and crosman 7.9 gr. HP pellets all day long with hits dead on. A lot of fun an cheap to shoot, for everyone in the market for a pistol like that don't hesitate get it. Also there is tons of mods and info all over the internet to mod it homemade or commercialy, so if you want you can make a little power carbine for hunting or Target shooting out of it.

Pros
Very accurate, easy to pump, easy to mod, really versatile and a lot of fun.

Cons
The sights could use a little overhaul, but still usable.

4.0
By NickJune 26, 2017

The standard open sights particularly the front blade sight is too narrow. In the shooting position the front blade should almost fill up the full width of the rear notch sight. I used to be a competitive pistol shooter. When I was in the army back in the 1950s, I rebuilt a standard issue M1911, 0.45 caliber pistol with fixed iron sights with a wider notch rear and a wider blade front sight along with other changes which greatly improved the accuracy.

Cons
Too barrel heavy

5.0
By FredMay 8, 2017

Critter control! Using match pellets with Fastfire optics's, very accurate.

Pros
Simple to upgrade.

Cons
Plastic grip and forearm.

5.0
By BruceUSAMarch 6, 2017

The ability to shoot either a low or higher power shot is what makes this gun so versatile. I use it at low power, (3 pumps) to dispatch mice and at 10 for larger pests. You can even get the Crosman shoulder stock for this gun and make it even more accurate than it is, and it is plenty accurate as is with that long barrel to put the front sight out farther to lessen the natural aiming inaccuracies you get from a very short barrel.

Pros
Versatile, accurate, good price.

Cons
The trigger is a bit stiff, but that can be fixed rather easily if you carefully follow the tips available on Youtube. The fixes only require a minimum of mechanical skill. (A screwdriver and a pair of pliers essentially). I did the basic trigger spring modification that involves compressing the spring in a vice a little bit to shorten it and lower the strength of it a bit, and also adding a spent .22 Long Rifle shell to the top of the spring and it now works much better.

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