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Question Crosman 1377 Barrel

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Neilaxe, Jul 6, 2019.

  1. Neilaxe

    Neilaxe Member

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    Hello guys,

    Where can I buy a spare longer barrel for the 1377 should I decide to convert it into a carbine?

    Cheers!

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  2. Cinimod

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    Morning, second hand is your best bet as buying new envolves the VCR act which means a new barrel either has to be face to face or sent and picked up from nearest rfd.
    GMac do new barrels http://www.gmaccustomparts.com/epages/BT3197.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/BT3197/Products/5-2240-002 You can get round the act buy sending them your old barrel as this constitutes a repair which means they can send it to your door, odd I know. I spoke to Gordon months ago about this as I needed a new barrel but needed to sell mine to offset the cost of new one and he said that if could send a piece of barrel maybe 3 or 4" long that would be adequate, if I had a bit lying around.

    The only problem with buying secondhand from eBay is that they go for silly money, I've seen crosman 24" barrels go for nearly £90 so don't get caught up in a bidding war.

    Also if you get a longer barrel for the 1377 you'll need to open out the hole in the sight/pivot assembly to allow the barrel to pass all the way through as the normal barrel has a shoulder on it.

    Hope this helps..............dom
     
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    Hey Dom,

    Thank you for your inputs. These are very helpful!

    Yes, I've seen the ones on eBay. I get what you mean. Not worth the extra money I think. I'll just have to be patient and do more research.

    I should be alright doing the mods once I get hold of a barrel.

    Thanks again!

    -Neil

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  5. ped

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    if you want to keep it .177 either gmac in the UK or buy from the US alliance do them for about £50 delivered
    if you want .22 get a s/h 2250 or 2250xl tbh anything longer than 14" looks a bit silly
     
  6. Neilaxe

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    Noted. Thanks Ped!

    Neil

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  7. td_boy

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    The last barrel I bought was by post, but you have to send your old barrel first and then both your old barrel and the new spare can sent to you direct - much cheaper than getting RFD's involved. ;)
     
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  8. Neilaxe

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    Wonderful! Was it with Gmac mate?


    cheers!

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  9. td_boy

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    Nope, T.W. Chambers who told me it was an option for another Crosman barrel which I got from them.

    BTW their Crosman .22 barrels were cheaper than GMAC's last time I checked - might worth checking if they do .177 ones as well.
     
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    Thanks mate, I'll give them a try. :)

    Cheers!

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