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Posted 12 June 2012 - 04:11 PM

In this video I showcase the Crosman 1322 and do a chrony test with it.



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Posted 13 June 2012 - 08:52 AM

Nice video. It looks like your 1322 can shoot the pellets pretty fast.

When I got my 1322 recently I think it said the velocity would be around 460 FPS right on the package. When I pumped it ten times it averaged right around 442 FPS for most shots. Now that same 1322 is a modified carbine with a flat top piston and valve, long probe bolt, 14.6" barrel and steel breech and with ten pumps it is shooting 535 FPS. With 15 pumps it shoots 585 FPS on average. It is now my daughter's carbine (got a skeleton stock and modified it to shorten the length of pull. They are great little guns to do mods to. :)

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 03:46 PM

Nice video. It looks like your 1322 can shoot the pellets pretty fast.

When I got my 1322 recently I think it said the velocity would be around 460 FPS right on the package. When I pumped it ten times it averaged right around 442 FPS for most shots. Now that same 1322 is a modified carbine with a flat top piston and valve, long probe bolt, 14.6" barrel and steel breech and with ten pumps it is shooting 535 FPS. With 15 pumps it shoots 585 FPS on average. It is now my daughter's carbine (got a skeleton stock and modified it to shorten the length of pull. They are great little guns to do mods to. :)

Your right! ?They are great lil gun's. Thanks

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