If Crosman sold this would you buy one ?

If Crosman sold this would you buy one ?

Joined: January 19th, 2012, 2:41 am

August 12th, 2012, 4:14 am #1

GREETINGS PROGRAMS......

I have wanted for the longest time for Crosman to offer something like this
but sense they don't yet. I imagine this could be offered through the Custom Shop.I think it could sell big!!



Standard performance would be slightly better than the 1322, 14.6" barrel should offer 460ish with 14.3. Modded how ever I get 540ish with 10 pumps, 610ish with 15. Almost 700ish at 20



The hard part was modding the 2260 stock. It's not perfect but for proof of concept it works.





majority of components are Crosman 1377, 2260 trigger group and stock, 22 steel breech.Non Crosman parts Crosmods flat top piston and the long rear
screw that goes through the stock to hold the rear of the trigger group.

Cheers






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August 12th, 2012, 5:43 am #2

I would! Nice job...nt.
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August 12th, 2012, 2:26 pm #3

GREETINGS PROGRAMS......

I have wanted for the longest time for Crosman to offer something like this
but sense they don't yet. I imagine this could be offered through the Custom Shop.I think it could sell big!!



Standard performance would be slightly better than the 1322, 14.6" barrel should offer 460ish with 14.3. Modded how ever I get 540ish with 10 pumps, 610ish with 15. Almost 700ish at 20



The hard part was modding the 2260 stock. It's not perfect but for proof of concept it works.





majority of components are Crosman 1377, 2260 trigger group and stock, 22 steel breech.Non Crosman parts Crosmods flat top piston and the long rear
screw that goes through the stock to hold the rear of the trigger group.

Cheers






http://www.youtube.com/user/AIRGUNSNIRVANA?feature=mhee
That rifle of yours has nice lines. I like it. You have carried on the tradition of the Crosman 140/1400 pneumatic single-shot, swing-forearm, .22 rifle. They were built in several variations starting in 1954 all the way till 1978. Probably dropped by Crosman for cost considerations but I am guessing on that.


Here is a pic of a 1400 I got off the internet:
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August 12th, 2012, 5:43 pm #4

GREETINGS PROGRAMS......

I have wanted for the longest time for Crosman to offer something like this
but sense they don't yet. I imagine this could be offered through the Custom Shop.I think it could sell big!!



Standard performance would be slightly better than the 1322, 14.6" barrel should offer 460ish with 14.3. Modded how ever I get 540ish with 10 pumps, 610ish with 15. Almost 700ish at 20



The hard part was modding the 2260 stock. It's not perfect but for proof of concept it works.





majority of components are Crosman 1377, 2260 trigger group and stock, 22 steel breech.Non Crosman parts Crosmods flat top piston and the long rear
screw that goes through the stock to hold the rear of the trigger group.

Cheers






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...and the same powerplant, although with plastic furniture and breech.

Apparently it died from lack of sales. So maybe, unfortunately, that's your answer.

Steve
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Joined: January 19th, 2012, 2:41 am

August 12th, 2012, 6:27 pm #5

GREETINGS PROGRAMS......

I have wanted for the longest time for Crosman to offer something like this
but sense they don't yet. I imagine this could be offered through the Custom Shop.I think it could sell big!!



Standard performance would be slightly better than the 1322, 14.6" barrel should offer 460ish with 14.3. Modded how ever I get 540ish with 10 pumps, 610ish with 15. Almost 700ish at 20



The hard part was modding the 2260 stock. It's not perfect but for proof of concept it works.





majority of components are Crosman 1377, 2260 trigger group and stock, 22 steel breech.Non Crosman parts Crosmods flat top piston and the long rear
screw that goes through the stock to hold the rear of the trigger group.

Cheers






http://www.youtube.com/user/AIRGUNSNIRVANA?feature=mhee
See this and feel the way I do,danm we need that. I have always like the full size multi-pumps,
but have thought that a carbine size had a place. Sure you would lose a bit on speed. No offence
to the guys who love there 760, but I want all metal and wood. The 760 and 2289 have there pluses,
I have a few of each. Still longed for this baby though. Am I wrong has this been done before?

Cheers


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Joined: November 15th, 2002, 3:25 am

August 12th, 2012, 7:41 pm #6

GREETINGS PROGRAMS......

I have wanted for the longest time for Crosman to offer something like this
but sense they don't yet. I imagine this could be offered through the Custom Shop.I think it could sell big!!



Standard performance would be slightly better than the 1322, 14.6" barrel should offer 460ish with 14.3. Modded how ever I get 540ish with 10 pumps, 610ish with 15. Almost 700ish at 20



The hard part was modding the 2260 stock. It's not perfect but for proof of concept it works.





majority of components are Crosman 1377, 2260 trigger group and stock, 22 steel breech.Non Crosman parts Crosmods flat top piston and the long rear
screw that goes through the stock to hold the rear of the trigger group.

Cheers






http://www.youtube.com/user/AIRGUNSNIRVANA?feature=mhee
http://www.bluebookofgunvalues.com/Airg ... NADIAN_BOY
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Joined: June 24th, 2010, 2:44 pm

August 12th, 2012, 9:21 pm #7

GREETINGS PROGRAMS......

I have wanted for the longest time for Crosman to offer something like this
but sense they don't yet. I imagine this could be offered through the Custom Shop.I think it could sell big!!



Standard performance would be slightly better than the 1322, 14.6" barrel should offer 460ish with 14.3. Modded how ever I get 540ish with 10 pumps, 610ish with 15. Almost 700ish at 20



The hard part was modding the 2260 stock. It's not perfect but for proof of concept it works.





majority of components are Crosman 1377, 2260 trigger group and stock, 22 steel breech.Non Crosman parts Crosmods flat top piston and the long rear
screw that goes through the stock to hold the rear of the trigger group.

Cheers






http://www.youtube.com/user/AIRGUNSNIRVANA?feature=mhee
Crosman probably feels that the Benji/sheridans are enough for high end pumpers. nt
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August 13th, 2012, 12:32 am #8

GREETINGS PROGRAMS......

I have wanted for the longest time for Crosman to offer something like this
but sense they don't yet. I imagine this could be offered through the Custom Shop.I think it could sell big!!



Standard performance would be slightly better than the 1322, 14.6" barrel should offer 460ish with 14.3. Modded how ever I get 540ish with 10 pumps, 610ish with 15. Almost 700ish at 20



The hard part was modding the 2260 stock. It's not perfect but for proof of concept it works.





majority of components are Crosman 1377, 2260 trigger group and stock, 22 steel breech.Non Crosman parts Crosmods flat top piston and the long rear
screw that goes through the stock to hold the rear of the trigger group.

Cheers






http://www.youtube.com/user/AIRGUNSNIRVANA?feature=mhee
How do you like that piston is it just like every other piston out there.Thinking about getting one.
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Joined: January 19th, 2012, 2:41 am

August 13th, 2012, 1:11 am #9

I am realy supprised that its not done by the 1377 nuts (beside me I mean)



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August 13th, 2012, 1:18 am #10

How do you like that piston is it just like every other piston out there.Thinking about getting one.
I have no knowledge of how it compares to others. I will say I like it, my only gripe is no felt oilier. I did have one on an old steel piston so I just added it.



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