Best of the Best
Lots of very fine parts on this one.
She's getting 800+ fps with 15 grain round
balls. I expect over 900 fps with a Beeman Laser.
She's powered by a remote line attached to a 72ci Pure Energy 3000 psi tank with a factory 850 psi regulator.
Here's a mod list: (Started life as a Crosman 2250B)
Steve Corcoran Walnut Ambi stock for a 2260 with
decorative caps, stippling on the forearm and sling studs
Bryan & Associates (B&A):
Boss Max Flow Valve (lightened spring) & Bulk Cap
8 3/8" bulk tube extension
RJ Machine (Robert Jones) Extended High Rise Breech
RJ extended bolt with probe ground to 1/16" diameter
Crosman 24" barrel with Match Crown (fully lapped and
moly'd) Crosman 2260 valve tube
Roy Weid (Mountain Air Custom - 1750 Master on the Crosman forum):
Large Brass Fancy Bolt Handle with Stainless Steel handle
Brass Power Cap & Springs with spring guide
Brass Breech Cap
Delrin Stem with enhanced flow
Trigger spring & guide (1 lb. pull)
7/8" Carbon Fiber Shroud with Brass Caps
Jeff Pursley (contact for vendor info):
Custom Aluminum Barrel/Shroud Bands (not installed yet)
Crosman Centerpoint 3-9x40 with Red/Green Mil Dot and Adjustable Objective
Burris Signature Zee rings (High) with a 40 MOA cant built in.
Trevor's 16th birthday present
This gun was a present from his grandfather
My much anticipated 1377 came in this week. I am very pleased with Skylerís work.
This pistol will be a birthday present for grandson so I wanted it to be the best.
I did a lot of searching for a Red Dot sight. I finally ended up with the ATN Compact Digital Ultra Reflex Sight from Optics Planet http://www.opticsplanet.net/atn-corp-cmp-dusrs.html. I chose it for its small size and sleek design.
To convert to weaver sight base I was going
to buy the BSquare 2 Pc 3/8 to weaver bases because they looked lower
than the BKL, but they were not in stock.
|Michael's 1377 Twins...well, almost|
|Look at those beautiful grips and pumper arms that he made.|
|Here's a prototype grip and forestock that I've designed for my twins.|
Rich Howell's Custom 2250B
This is sure one nice looking gun..
THIS IS MY LATEST CREATION FOR DAY AND NIGHT
PATROL THIS GUN HITS VERY HARD AND IS WELL BALANCED AND ACCURATE ALSO
1-B&A BOSS BULK VALVE PORTED WITH HEAVIER SPRING-BARREL IS 7.5" LONG ALSO PORTED WITH TRANSFER TUBE
2- 2-STAGE POWER ADJUSTER-BREECH CAP-EXTENDED BOLT AND ENLARGED BRASS W/O-RINGS AND STAINLESS STEEL BOLT HANDLE ALL FROM ROY(M.A.)
3-CUSTOM BRASS BULK FILL CAP FROM GIL IRVIN JR-I ADDED A COOPER-T ELBOW AND QUICK-CONNECT NIPPLE ALSO A BOB LONG PRESSURE GAUGE
4-GRIPS BY RICK
5-RJ HIGH RISE BREECH
6-BKL HIGH-RISE DOVETAIL TO WEAVER ADAPTOR
7-BUSHNELL TROPHY 1X32 T-DOT RETICLE RED/GREEN ILLUMINATED 9 LEVELS BOTH
8-GAMO LASER AND TARGET LIGHT
|Brett in Puyallup's 1377|
|He did some very nice wood work on his gun.|
|Its a Crosman 1377 phase II that
I bought 19
years ago. I was looking on the yellow forum at a post and the Crosman
forum site link was in it so I decided to take a look. Thats when this
whole 1377 project came about.
There were so many cool things that I saw being done to these guns that
I was going to buy a 2240 to start juicing up. I decided to start with what
I already had, the 1377. 1st was the breech from Crooked Barn, which I
polished right away. At the same time was the 1760 barrel that I chopped
down to 16" , recrowned and polished it too. Next was the forearm and
Pistol grips I did in maple.
I wanted to keep it as a pistol but I was struggling on what exactly I
wanted as far as sights for it. I had an extra crosman scope (silver) that
came with my sons 760 so I mounted that. I liked that but it was so small
and shakey in that configuration that I decided to mount the shoulder stock
that I had bought with the gun 19 years earlier. It shot so nicely as a
carbine that I decided to keep it that way but it just didnt look right with
the maple forearm and the black stock.
This is where the idea of making my own stock came in. I went to the
local hardwood dealer and found a nice 8/4 piece of maple with figure in it.
I used the crosman stock as the basic template for the angles and such and
tweaked them to my likings. I started out to copy the lines of one of Steve
Cocorans stocks but I decided to go with my own design to be original. Most
of the little details came along during the process. I didnt have a big
picture when it started, just knew that the maple and black plastic didnt go
together. The real beauty is in the wood that God created.
|Daren Morneau's 2240|
|It started as a crosman
custom shop 2400w/ 24' .177 barrel.
- I cut it down to 18', crowned, and ported.
-full length 4130 shroud w/ a bushing to size it for .177 or .22.
-the back of the bolt cut shorter and polished
-lengthened the probe polished it.
- hollow 4130 bolt handle.
-brass breech retaining bolt lock.
-power adjuster w/ spring guide.
-increased the volume of the valve, angled and enlarged the port w/ a sealed metal transfer tube.
-polished and tapered the valve stem.
-lighter valve spring.
-tapped and threaded the valve for 2 additional 8x32 screws.
-steel trigger w/ polished contact points and sear.
-stainless safety and bolts.
-polished and shaped frame.
-3 piece maple and australian mahogany stippled pistol grip stock
Tony's Custom Crosman 600
|Just added this AS adapter from
Tim at Mac1 to my 600. (Many thanks to Tim for really quick service and
a very enjoyable telephone conversation.)
Just keep loading pellets and shoot, shoot, shoot.
2289 barrel; ACE modular stock; Simmons 4x32 scope; scope mounted with a kit found at Walmart for mounting a scope on some kind of Marlin rifle. The base was flat and after I removed the 600 rear sight, I used that screw hole for the rear of the Weaver rail (existing hole in the Weaver rail) and I drilled another hole in the 600 frame (just in front of the existing hole to secure the barrel) and one other hole in the front of the rail and it all just dropped in. Didn't even have to cut the rail for the 600 loading arm (checked it plenty of times dry-fire wise before shooting the thing.) I've also seen a 9 oz tank at Walmart for 14 bucks that may be the next purchase! That would hold enough CO2 to take me into retirement! (That is, if retirement was really an option but that belongs on another forum for another day.)
A pair of Rick's grips gives it a very nice feel. I've only been able to shoot this in my basement at 6 yards but with Daisy P-Max pellets I get unrested groups that I can cover with a nickel. And the 10 shots came off in less than 10 seconds! Fun stuff! I don't have a chrony so I don't know how fast it is shooting with the longer barrel, if at all.
|Roger Vick's custom1322|
|My new tack driver thank to Roy @
Mountain Air for another fine job. He does make it easy for me to build
a great gun you could say he's my easy button. For folks like me that
don't have the time, skills or tools Mountain Air is the way to go. They
turn out great every time. This is my 4th MA gun and every one has been
a home run.
Also wont to thank
Rick for the grips
RJ for the breech
Gill for the stock
Vince for the barrel band
And Crosman for the frame
|Leif Glenister Custom 2240 and 2289|
|Gil at GI Custom Airgun Parts
suggested I post this after I sent him a picture with his stock on my
Gun. I did not realise I still had a login here as I frequent the
Canadian forums now.
Anyway here is my latest creation....enjoy!
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