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Crosman American Classic .177 Caliber Pump Pistol

   

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Unique pneumatic air pistol is ideal for long-range impact from Crosman®. Easy cock-and-load single bolt action mechanism. Fully adjustable rear peep or open sights and a fixed blade front. Variable pump forearm allows for velocity control. .177 cal. Velocity: 600 fps. Length: 13.6''. Weight: 1.01 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: 1377C.

Crosman® American Classic .177 Caliber Pump Pistol 4.7 5 34 34
Good Air Gun for the Money For plinking, the crosman pointed premium grade hunting pellets are fine, but for the best accuracy, get the Predator Polymag red tips. At 20 yards, my best 5 shot grouping is 2". June 23, 2010
Great Value; Very High Quality This is a very accurate gun. I can hit a tin soup can from 50' with consistent accuracy. It is a very cheap and safe way to plunk cans and target practice in a safe way. I say that because, while one has to practice common sense safety practices with it, you can safely shoot it in you back yard without worrying about the bullet traveling too far. June 22, 2010
Crosman Air Pistol This past year I was having trouble with blackbirds and crows getting into the garden and so I bought this as pest control. After some target practice and sighting in, I hid behind a tree beside the garden. 30 minutes later, I had shot and killed 5 blackbirds and a crow. Maybe now I'll have a good corn harvest! June 13, 2010
Great value This gun features nice accuracy and reasonable pumping pressure. My 12 year old daughter struggles to pump it, but any adult should have no problem My neighbor liked it so much he borrowed it. I haven't seen it since Very pleased with the overall quality May 4, 2010
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bb gun because it is .177 caliber and that would punch a hole in your skin
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pellet gun
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I just use the one that came on the gun
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it has a sight on it but you could probally put a red dot sight on it
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call the local sherrif department and ask them cause they are in charge of that
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the fps limit might be 600, but not 100% sure
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it only uses the mm bb's it comes with
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no, theres no magnet to hold the bb's. i think the old old models you were able to.
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No.
.177 cal=4.5 mm
.20 cal=5.0 mm
.22 cal= 5.5mm

It would be like trying to shoot .38 cal thru a .22.
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1) Can we kill Rabit with this pistol?
2) Do we need firearms license to own this gun?
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(1) Yes
(2) I live in SoCal so you better check with your local law enforcement just to be sure
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it will kill a rabit if you hit it in the right spot, i have hit a rabit and it still ran away and you dont need a license to own this gun
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I wouldn't suggest it for rabbits. I wouldn't do any larger that a squirrel with this.
The license I would check your local laws. Over a certain power of fps some areas do require it.
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In Maine, no license is required to own a pellet gun.
As for killing rabbit, I would say probably not. I've taken out a squirrel and a chipmunk with it if I hit them just right, but I've also hit a couple with body shots that they ran away from.
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yes it will and no you don't
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yes your need to find the right mount though
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yes, you have to buy the mount
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yes you have to buy scope mounts for the gun then mount the scope on that
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only if you find a scope holder thats half a circle. but the sight on it is great.
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There was a mount mentioned in one of the reviews, but could not locate it on the Crosman site.
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laser sight will not help accuracy
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yes i think you have to buy a barrel extention
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if you find a lazer with a half circle to cling onto it
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This will easily shoot 2" groups at about 8 yards, and I am not the best shot either. This shoots pretty flat, as it really does shoot pellets at 600 f/s. To attach any sort of sight, you will either need to order a steel breech kit from Crosman ($29.99) or a scope rail kit, as the basic gun has no rails. The foregrip is used to pump the gun and pivots forward about 120 degrees. You can turn the pistol into a very solid carbine with the shoulder stock (Bass carries it) and the breech kit.
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