I love these two guns 1977 and 79 models. Sleak, beautiful, well made and excellent buy. SO much fun to plink. But I have dropped a squirrel or two with my 1377.
Everynow and then you run into a gun that was born with a perfect barrel. My 1377 phase I is that pistol , maybe one in 10,000, born with the stars all aligned correctly I gues . I can stand , no bracing, shoot open sight at amazing ranges and hit the target consistantly. My 10 year old nephew can do the same with it, I'm NOT a great shot..LoL..but it is so dead on it makes me look good. . It as accurate as alot of rifles at 25 yards open sights. It has no mods. It is truely funny to shoot the 1377 (seems haunted) , and hit shoots that seem impossible with a 75 dollar pistol. My 1322 is typical average pistol and i'm lucky to hit any target at half the distance of the 1377, shoots run of the mill. But, I still love the 1322 anyway, its a great looking pistol. Both are near mint , no mods. I cheat and use vintage Japanese pellets ...
I also have a late 70's or so Pumper Sheridan that I like too, but its too nice to shoot, so I leave it in the box.
I think I would like a Sharp Co2 pistol. I just have convince myself to pay the price...LoL