BillLamm (Login BillLamm) Crosman Forum Member from IP address 184.108.40.206
So, I decided to get this old sheridan pistol going (born the same year as me) but it's got a bulged barrel and the money on parts I would have spent got me a crosman 1377.. built a trap, got a 2240 as well.. ordered a lefty breach (first time shooting I instinctivly reached for the bolt with my left hand) and a 18 inch .22 barrel...
My current plan is the 18 inch .22 barrel on the pumper with a shoulder stock and putting the 10 inch .177 barrel on the 2240.. rifle scope on the pumper and a pistol scope on the 2240.. (at 51 optics are proving to be my friend on the firing line) I like free hand pistol shooting and unlike most threads I read I want to try and get the most shots at 25 to 33 ft out of the CO2..
That's a start.. along with polishing the trigger group and exploring all the fun that can be had in that department..
Am I on a pretty smart track or are their any glaring oops in my plan.. I am pinching pennies this year so trying not to order that 1911 looking trigger and turning them both into PCPs..
This message has been edited by BillLamm from IP address 220.127.116.11 on May 2, 2017 7:36 AM
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