Angel Sun: this guy sounds like hes the real arnold swartzinagger, serously listen
fabiolus2007: This is awesome, you did the assembly? I'm trying to look into getting a
mod kit for better fps. A 're-assembly would be nice.
callofdutyguy9: I have a question about the flat top piston and valve. Do custom flat top
pistons come in the correct length because I notice many of these pistons
look like thick screws attached to a couple of nuts and an o-ring at the
front and do you need a new transfer port if the valve has been widened a
Vladimir Chertok: can you use pellgun oil on that pistol.
Richard Blackshire: nice video but i was hoping you would show how to remove the pump cap,
think it has a pin through it
Syed Iftikharuddin: i have one 1322 crossma .22 ned repair iwant to sell it for 5000 only
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Nirvana cana: how do i get the thing that holds the barrel band in place back into the
Fitness4Function: Your disassembly video was very helpful but now I'm trying to reassembly
with a new flat top valve and I can't get the piston to pump in toward the
valve. Taken it apart and reassembled several times with no success. Any
help will be greatly appreciated.
Nirvana cana: how do i get the thing that holds the barrel band in place.
Greg M: Nice vid
Charles Roberts: Hi Mike; mudduck48 here. This is a great video you have made telling how to
take the "NEW" 1377 apart. Now could you please tell me how to take the
"OLD" 1377 apart? How do you remove the C clip off the front pin with out
scratching the barrel housing? Thank you for your time.
Jacob Magnuts: do you think the front site is a little thick? i want to get a thinner one?
i may have to cot on it
fullspectrum1971: Hey Mike, I just installed a flat top valve and piston in an 10 year old
Backpacker that didn't work anymore. I put in new seals and it really packs
a punch now! Thanks for this video it really helped! Funny thing.... I was
careful with taking the frame off so I won't lose the tiny ball for the
trigger safety. But guess what it flew out. I thought I would never find
the little bugger cause it's so small, but I found it. Thanks again Mike!
ArJeeVeeBee: Hi, great instructive video. How does one get the valve back in; same way
it went out, or is it easier from the rear? Any tips on how to get the
screw hole to line up best?
ptkenterprise70: how important is it to debur your "tube" when installing your ft piston?
where did you get your ft piston? is there a place you can get all your
mrSympatica: excellent video.What is the best thing to use for smoothing the inside of
the tube?Is it emery cloth? or some very fine sandpaper?
miketheknife2: @mrwiggles2 I wanna see that bad boy shoot im slow but i try not to miss
miketheknife2: Crosman air pistol owners forum A great forum
Marcio Maia: Great video! I live in Brazil and those crosman pistols are really
expensive, reaching above US$ 400,00. So, it's imperative to keep them in
good shape. And this video helped me a lot. Thanks...
miketheknife2: @fullspectrum1971 Your very welcome im glad it helped you out. Im going to
install a FT setup in my M417 as soon as i get the nerve to take her
apart,lots of screws and parts it should be a challange. Thanks for
miketheknife2: @MrEricdgreat No a BB is to big if you have a problem finding one send me
your address and i will send you the ball. And yes keep the older classic
miketheknife2: Thanks i glad it helped you.
sandpiper9988: Awesome Video :O)
miketheknife2: Yes it goes back the same way it came out it cant go in from the rear. to
line up the holes is easy just line up them by eye before you put it in the
tube once its in put the screw for the grip frame in then you can line up
the transfer port hole by tunning with a small allen key.Make sure you lube
the O-Ring good before you install the valve and piston.
Angel Gtz: does any.177 cal barrel fit on the 1337
miketheknife2: @Emeraldtablet7 Cool im glad it helped.
Angel Gtz: hi mike just
fox walker: thank you . this video is a big help . the spring and ball trick is the
best .YOU THE MAN !
MrBloodFF: @miketheknife2 I Heard If U Want A Longer Barrel On The 1377 , U Need To
Widen The Barrel Band So The Barrel Could Go Through ? How Do U Do That ?
(Please Make A Video ......…......… Thanks
G Vargas: Each time I pump this gun the air seems to come out can you tell me how I
can fix this by myself please thanks
miketheknife2: @Emeraldtablet7 Thanks not a problem im glad it helped you.
CaptAmerica12: Thank You for this
Greg M: I have an older style 1377 ...the bolt does not lock well and I lose air
when I fire.
morganheylvsyou: Mike, Thanks for the heads up on the CAPO forum, hey, an idea on a future
video... how to change the valve spring to make the air dump better. just a
thought. Thanks again, Todd
李 军: 你需要别的物品吗 我想换个1377C
miketheknife2: Thanks man.
miketheknife2: You can use a ball from one of those ball link key chains and a spring from
a bic lighter.Or order from crosman.
miketheknife2: Cool glad to help
TuxedoRyder: Thanks for a great video Mkie. Was able to get my 1377 back to operation
better than original after it failed to hold pressure. Just a piston cup
and two O rings from crosman was all it took. Was amazed at the large burrs
that required removal prior to reassembly and did not lose my springs or
balls, thanks again!
miketheknife2: Your welcome !!
miketheknife2: You will cut the O-Rings and the gun will leak air if you don't debur. Look
up mellon air . com.
MrEricdgreat: Great video. I lost the little ball but not the spring could I put a bb in
its place or do I need to order one. Any idea what I could use instead of
ordering one and have to wait? I am fixing a first generation 1377.I think
I am going to retire this one a get me a new one. Thanks Eric
fjvs1960: Top notch vid. Thanks a million.
kg4eiq: I'm just getting back into air guns again. I was wanting to know how to
dissemble my 1322 and 1377 and install a flat top piston and valve. Do you
have any suggestions on a forum I could join to ask question to? This has
been a very helpful video.
slickman911: Zzzzzz..... Hurry up dude...
miketheknife2: Thank you !
miketheknife2: @Gixxer983 No need to lube at first unless the piston o-ring is dry then
just a small drop.But you should clean the barrel on any new gun.