1322 Upgrades Parts List

| August 20, 2016

Posting this because people have asked. This is the parts list, minus my own mods, for the 1322 used to take pests and small game.

 

Option #1 (What I Use)
With Steel breech.
Crosman 1322 American Classic Multi Pump Pneumatic .22-Caliber Pellet Air Pistol
Buy a Crosman Steel Breech Kit (.22 Caliber) (Fits 2240 2250 2260 1322 & 2289)
NcStar 1″ Ring-3/8′ Dovetail-High (RB27)
Simmons 8-Point Truplex Reticle Riflescope, 4x32mm (Matte) – Clamshell Packaging

 

Option #2
Without steel breech.
Crosman 1322 American Classic Multi Pump Pneumatic .22-Caliber Pellet Air Pistol
Crosman 459MT 2-Pc Intermount, 3/8 Dovetail
NcStar 1″ Ring-3/8′ Dovetail-High (RB27)
Simmons 8-Point Truplex Reticle Riflescope, 4x32mm (Matte) – Clamshell Packaging

 

 

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2 responses to “1322 Upgrades Parts List”

  1. Taylor says:

    Hi, great videos. I just bought the 1322 and was wondering is there a huge/minor difference between having the steel breech kit or 459MT mounts? Also your videos come out really clear so was wondering if this scope is better or worse than the one you reference: Simmons .22 Mag TruPlex Reticle Rimfire Riflescope with Ring, 3-9x32mm (Matte)? Finally in Option 2, you mention the RB27, do you need this in addition to the 459MT mounts? Thanks in advance. Keep posting those videos!

    • admin says:

      Hi Taylor. The steel breech allows the gun parts to handle higher pressure and stress. Because of the steel breech I was able to continue modifying my pistol and have achieved over 12 foot lbs of energy.

      I am using the Simmons 8-Point Truplex Reticle Riflescope, 4x32mm (Matte) on the 1322 pistol that I listed in the parts for videos with the air pistol. Other videos on the website may have used the 22 Mag scope, but that’s because it is attached to a 22lr rifle. The videos end up being equal in quality and honestly has more to do with the phone camera and lighting.

      As far as Option 2 goes… if you use the stock breech that came with your gun, you will need both the intermounts and the scope rings, or you wont have an attachment point for the scope rings. Some smaller cheaper Tasco scopes may fit directly onto the intermounts, but most scopes over the 30 dollar mark will require scope rings with a 3/8″ dovetail to mount to attach to the intermounts. For 10 dollars worth of scope rings and almost fifteen for the the intermounts, depending on budget I’d say the steel breech is the better longterm investment if you plan on modding your 1322 for greater power.

      Hope that helps out a bit. Feel free to ask more questions if you have them.

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