1322 vs 2240 both stock valves same bbl length which is faster?nt

1322 vs 2240 both stock valves same bbl length which is faster?nt

Joined: October 6th, 2009, 2:25 am

February 13th, 2011, 3:46 am #1

1322 vs 2240 both stock valves same bbl length which is faster?nt
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Joined: May 31st, 2005, 5:24 am

February 13th, 2011, 5:05 am #2

i have both a 1322 complete rebuild to stock specs and a new stock 2240. the 2240 shoots the closest to advertised velocity of any pellet gun i've ever bought . it will chrony 450-455 fps with a claimed velocity of 460 and that is using the cp 14.3 grn pellet in the cardboard box. the 1322 will shoot at 500 fps BUT not with the recommended 8-10 pumps. with 8-10 pumps it'll maybe do 460. i can reach 500 with 15 pumps. like i said both guns are stock, no mods. if i had to choose one, i would definitely go 2240.
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Joined: July 6th, 2005, 5:26 am

February 13th, 2011, 2:58 pm #3

you are comparing apples to oranges. a 1377 valve is smaller but uses air. a 2250 valve is for co2. air is more efficient and using the same propellent in both, the larger valve will win. john
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Joined: May 31st, 2005, 5:24 am

February 13th, 2011, 3:12 pm #4

he asked. he didn't ask about the valve sizes, or which was most efficient between air and co2. he asked in stock form which was faster. and by the way, we were talking about a 2240, not a 2250.
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Joined: October 6th, 2009, 2:25 am

February 13th, 2011, 3:33 pm #5

1322 vs 2240 both stock valves same bbl length which is faster?nt
if I were to purchase a co2 gun with the same barrel length as a pumper I already own, how would they compair in volocity.
So, a 1322 with a 14" bbl= ? fps
a Crosman Custom Shop .22 with a 14" bbl=? fps
Both with stock internals.

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Joined: November 23rd, 2004, 12:15 am

February 13th, 2011, 4:23 pm #6

...got a lot of experience with CO2, PCP and HPA, very little with pneumatics (these days) but I can speak as one who reads from other's experiences here on The Green.

It'll be pretty much a "draw" in stock form...that is, with stock barrel lengths in 65 degree plus weather. When you stretch it out to 14" you'll get more of a gain with CO2 for reasons you may already know...CO2 expands more than air does and a 14" barrel gives a lot more space (volume) for it to do so. It'll show up as more velocity for you. That's just an added benefit with CO2 guns.

Given that the two guns are primaraly based on the same chassis etc, etc...
The real difference is going to be which one suits your shooting habits or "lifestyle" better. If you like the idea of a gun that's totally self contained, no cartridges to buy, don't mind the pumping and need something to shoot well even in the cold, get the 1322. If pumping really irks you, you're an indoor shooter or you don't hunt a lot in the winter, snatch a 2240. Guys here on the forum love both and there's tons of cool upgrades for either.

At less than $150 for the pair...you might even get one of each

Glenn in Texas
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Joined: October 6th, 2009, 2:25 am

February 13th, 2011, 4:50 pm #7

is basicly a 1389 I think. But I would like to get a co2 set up the same and and didn't know if ther would be gain or loss.
I also have a 1377 with a 16" bbl and was thinking eventually to get a co2 version of it. Again gain or loss?
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Joined: September 6th, 2006, 3:27 am

February 13th, 2011, 5:06 pm #8

1322 vs 2240 both stock valves same bbl length which is faster?nt
in stock form shooting standard weight ( for each respective caliber, one being .177 and the other .22 ) pellets, the 1377 shoots about 550 out of the box on 10 pumps, the 2240 as has already been stated will shoot about 450.

If you want the .22 cal 2240 to shoot as "fast" just use the non lead pellets.

As far as rejecting "faster" as a basis of comparison, consider ( as do most who are "into" this hobby ) the Foot Pounds Energy method, then you can turn it into an apples to apples.

a .22 cal 14.3 traveling 450 FPS =6.42 FPE

a .177 cal 7.9 going 550 FPS = 5.3 FPE


From lots of experience with both guns in the field, the slower moving .22 will kill a squirrel "deader" ( if that is possible ) then the .177 with over 20% less energy even though it is moving "faster".



For an even up comparison, make the 1377 into a .22 cal , then with stock valve and barrel length respective to each model, they will shoot exactly the same ( in moderate weather ) .


Modded, the 13xx platform can easily achieve over 15 FPE .
It is pretty tough to get a Co2 powered 22xx up to that level
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Joined: July 6th, 2005, 5:26 am

February 13th, 2011, 6:20 pm #9

if you would like to get technical there is no such thing as a 2240 valve. the 2240 uses the 2250 valve, check the crosman parts list for the proper part number!
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Joined: October 6th, 2009, 2:25 am

February 13th, 2011, 9:05 pm #10

in stock form shooting standard weight ( for each respective caliber, one being .177 and the other .22 ) pellets, the 1377 shoots about 550 out of the box on 10 pumps, the 2240 as has already been stated will shoot about 450.

If you want the .22 cal 2240 to shoot as "fast" just use the non lead pellets.

As far as rejecting "faster" as a basis of comparison, consider ( as do most who are "into" this hobby ) the Foot Pounds Energy method, then you can turn it into an apples to apples.

a .22 cal 14.3 traveling 450 FPS =6.42 FPE

a .177 cal 7.9 going 550 FPS = 5.3 FPE


From lots of experience with both guns in the field, the slower moving .22 will kill a squirrel "deader" ( if that is possible ) then the .177 with over 20% less energy even though it is moving "faster".



For an even up comparison, make the 1377 into a .22 cal , then with stock valve and barrel length respective to each model, they will shoot exactly the same ( in moderate weather ) .


Modded, the 13xx platform can easily achieve over 15 FPE .
It is pretty tough to get a Co2 powered 22xx up to that level
"For an even up comparison, make the 1377 into a .22 cal , then with stock valve and barrel length respective to each model, they will shoot exactly the same ( in moderate weather ) .

So both stock power plants, pump @ 10 strokes, and co2 will produce the same results in the same bbl configurations?
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