Woo Hoo, MAC1 1322 Arrived - PICS

Woo Hoo, MAC1 1322 Arrived - PICS

Joined: November 5th, 2003, 8:29 pm

December 11th, 2010, 1:42 am #1

I've been wanting a 13XX to scope and use for some plinking and some Pistol FT in what some of us are kicking around as a Crosman Class amongst friends.

So I called up Tim and ordered up a 1377c with a 14"(.22) barrel, USFT T-Brake, Power and Accuracy Prepped. Tonight I put a a Bushnell 3200 - 7 - 21 x 40A0 Mildot scope on it for initial sight in and pellet testing. I'll be going to Wally World soon to get a Centerpoint 4 - 16 x 40AO Mildot to put on it permanently in the spirit of "Crosman Class".

Can't wait to get to the range with it and sight in!

Regards,

Tony





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Joined: February 10th, 2009, 2:52 am

December 11th, 2010, 2:30 am #2

Congratulations Tony! I purchased one earlier this year and I do enjoy shooting it. It is so quiet that when you fire you hear puttt then clang. Mine has a 16-inch barrel with brake and RB grips and all the internal upgrades. I am strongly considering converting it to a carbine. Then I would like to send Mac 1 another 1377 I have and convert to a second 1322. I have got to get some pictures of mine up to share with everyone. Congratulations again and Happy Shooting!!!
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Joined: August 16th, 2008, 3:22 pm

December 11th, 2010, 4:08 am #3

I've been wanting a 13XX to scope and use for some plinking and some Pistol FT in what some of us are kicking around as a Crosman Class amongst friends.

So I called up Tim and ordered up a 1377c with a 14"(.22) barrel, USFT T-Brake, Power and Accuracy Prepped. Tonight I put a a Bushnell 3200 - 7 - 21 x 40A0 Mildot scope on it for initial sight in and pellet testing. I'll be going to Wally World soon to get a Centerpoint 4 - 16 x 40AO Mildot to put on it permanently in the spirit of "Crosman Class".

Can't wait to get to the range with it and sight in!

Regards,

Tony




Looks like fun!...nt.
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Joined: November 5th, 2003, 8:29 pm

December 11th, 2010, 3:07 pm #4

Congratulations Tony! I purchased one earlier this year and I do enjoy shooting it. It is so quiet that when you fire you hear puttt then clang. Mine has a 16-inch barrel with brake and RB grips and all the internal upgrades. I am strongly considering converting it to a carbine. Then I would like to send Mac 1 another 1377 I have and convert to a second 1322. I have got to get some pictures of mine up to share with everyone. Congratulations again and Happy Shooting!!!
Pics and hear what l you did to your guns! Fun guns aren't they?!?!

Regards,

Tony
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Joined: November 5th, 2003, 8:29 pm

December 11th, 2010, 3:10 pm #5

Looks like fun!...nt.



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Joined: January 26th, 2007, 3:57 pm

December 13th, 2010, 2:04 am #6

I've been wanting a 13XX to scope and use for some plinking and some Pistol FT in what some of us are kicking around as a Crosman Class amongst friends.

So I called up Tim and ordered up a 1377c with a 14"(.22) barrel, USFT T-Brake, Power and Accuracy Prepped. Tonight I put a a Bushnell 3200 - 7 - 21 x 40A0 Mildot scope on it for initial sight in and pellet testing. I'll be going to Wally World soon to get a Centerpoint 4 - 16 x 40AO Mildot to put on it permanently in the spirit of "Crosman Class".

Can't wait to get to the range with it and sight in!

Regards,

Tony




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