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Offline FranticFred

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Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
« Reply #30 on: January 03, 2015, 02:35:26 PM »
Does Crosman have a published parts and price list anywhere?It has been suggested that a steel breech for my new 1377 would be a wise and worthy investment.However,adding that price onto everything else that I would like to add,makes the total $ take a pretty good jump.

I thought maybe there was a Classified here,but it's not like there are many who will be selling their steel breeches from their 1377 modded to 1322. :)

Is the steel breech the same for a 1377 or 1322?
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Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
« Reply #31 on: January 09, 2015, 04:50:43 AM »
Yup the breechs are the same just need to change the bolt from the .117 one to the .22 one
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Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
« Reply #32 on: January 09, 2015, 05:01:16 AM »
Does Crosman have a published parts and price list anywhere?It has been suggested that a steel breech for my new 1377 would be a wise and worthy investment.However,adding that price onto everything else that I would like to add,makes the total $ take a pretty good jump.

I thought maybe there was a Classified here,but it's not like there are many who will be selling their steel breeches from their 1377 modded to 1322. :)

Is the steel breech the same for a 1377 or 1322?

Before you buy one kindly read this thread..


http://www.crosman-air-pistol-owners-forum.com/board/index.php/topic,11476.msg145127/topicseen.html#msg145127

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Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
« Reply #33 on: January 09, 2015, 05:01:54 AM »
Yup the breechs are the same just need to change the bolt from the .117 one to the .22 one
Brz, have you been into the Rum again? .117ca?  ???
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Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
« Reply #34 on: February 19, 2016, 08:38:14 PM »
I made a parts order from Crosman last week and here's some latest prices:

-24" .22 barrel 2260-003 $14.10
-14.5" .22 barrel 2250-019 $13.02
-13XX valve assembly 1322C013 $6.08 (dang that's cheap)
-standard front sight 788-101 $1.15
-fiber optic front sight 760-201 $1.54
-carbine stock with screw holes 1399A001 $10.87
-760 barrel band 760D008 $1.15
-760 pump tube 760G094 $7.05
-Left 1701 grip 1700-031 $1.74
-Right 1701 grip 1700-032 $1.74

That's pretty cheap, but everything I got today added up to $67.07 with shipping (I skipped a couple things that no one cares about), they charged me $103 and change as I had a few other parts on my order (a couple Mrod magazines and a Powermaster 66 barrel mostly), there's no note that they are sending the rest later or anything, is this normal? I'll give them a call tomorrow hopefully if work isn't too insane...

Prices have evidently sky-rocketted in 2 1/2 years. I just bought the 1701 grips yesterday and they were $1.75 each!!!! ;) But at least at that price hike the shipping remains the same $4.

FYI the 1701P Grip Frame Assembly 2220-103 was only $36.xx Can't remember the change. I suffer from C.R.S. (Can't Remember Towels???) :)

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Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
« Reply #35 on: February 19, 2016, 09:42:26 PM »
FYI the 1701P Grip Frame Assembly 2220-103 was only $36.xx Can't remember the change. I suffer from C.R.S. (Can't Remember Towels???) :)

I don't think the 1701P grip frame has gone up hardly any.  When I first bought mine I think I was paying $33.49 for each one.  Some of the good Crosman stuff is still inexpensive and I definitely believe the 1701P trigger frame is one of Crosman's best ever offerings.

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Re: Latest Crosman parts cost and a question
« Reply #36 on: August 02, 2017, 09:17:08 PM »
Updates!

$11.75 for the 1399A001 carbine stock
$15.61 for the 2300-124 pressure adjustment assembly
$6.93 for the 2300-037 valve spacer

All shipped for $4.