Thanks for the help! I'd like to hear some more feedback if it is normal and acceptable since I may not be able to return it once I work on it.
Considering the accuracy that is even worse than my 1377BR, it is going back.
Quote from: dukja on January 14, 2022, 09:19:48 PMConsidering the accuracy that is even worse than my 1377BR, it is going back. Good call I think. With the alignment issues and accuracy comment, something is amiss. My 1701P is EXTREMELY accurate. Typically they are and would be perfect for informal 10M target shooting.Amazon return policy is pretty painless, but if they balk Crosman will take care of you I am sure.
Thanks a lot for all the help and comments. "Very accurate" is what I always hear about 1701p, and that is the very reason why I try to get one. Amazon has "no question ask" return policy for this gun and also lower price than Crosman direct. Hopefully the quality of that gun coming from Amazon and Crosman direct will be the same. Mine was arrived in two days, which makes me think the gun is already in Amazon warehouse. And I hope it is not a return of anything fishy. Maybe next time I'll directly order from Crosman.
It would be interesting to see what was going on there. My money is on the frame misalignment rather than the breech.