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Posted: 9/17/2009 7:06:30 PM EST
Here's another question for the hive mind here. I have an old Crossman Mark II pistol and I'm looking for someone to refurbish it. It has a single action type " feeling" trigger that is adjustable if I remember right. I looks a lot like a Ruger pistol, and has a large thumb rest on the left side of the grip. This thing was the most accurate air pistol I think I've ever fired, although I haven't fired an Olympic grade competition one. Anyway, I miss shooting it, and I'd like to get it up and running. If not, I'd like to find a working one.
Link Posted: 9/17/2009 7:33:29 PM EST
http://www.airgunwriter.com/blog/2005/08/where-to-get-your-airguns-fixed.html
Link Posted: 9/17/2009 7:35:18 PM EST
I have one as well that I don't use anymore - doesn't hold air, though. If you need parts, give me a call and I'll ship it to you.
Link Posted: 9/17/2009 8:52:25 PM EST
Google up Mac-1 airguns. Never used 'em myself, but they have a helluva reputation, and a serious affinity for the Crosman MkII pistols.
Link Posted: 9/17/2009 9:13:27 PM EST
The 1377 was my favorite air gun.
It was only a 10 pump for max pressure single shot, but wow!
The originals in the 80's were 900fps. Now they only make them 600fps.
Might still be hot rodded to original specs.

I had the optional #1399 shoulder stock on mine.
Killed a lot of squirrels, rabbits and other game with it.




Link Posted: 9/17/2009 11:44:46 PM EST
Yeah, I had of those as well, with the shoulder stock. It was awesome. I also had the bigger Crossman .22 cal air rifle that looked like the 766( I think), it was chrome plated or something, and it would knock a squirrel down about as good as a .22 rifle if you pumped it up 10 times. I just looked it up, it's the 2200. Don't remember the fps but I think it was about 800.
Link Posted: 9/17/2009 11:54:32 PM EST
I also had the one with the stock, but the furniture was blue or gray, IIRC. That thing was like excalibur to a 13 year old. I think it was called the backpacker.
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