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(Refurbished) Crosman Model 760B .177 Caiber Pumpmaster Air Rifle

Item #: 9-760BRM
(Refurbished) Crosman Model 760B .177 Caiber Pumpmaster Air Rifle
Only $28.90
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Suggested Use: Plinking / Fun
Item#:9-760BRM
Brand:Crosman
Caliber:0.177
Velocity:625
Mechanism:Multi-pump pneumatic
Condition:Refurbished

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This remanfactured rifle comes with a 30 day warranty.

The 760 Pumpmaster is what all the other multi-pump pneumatics want to be! A proven Crosman favorite for four decades, this dependable rifle offers an experience all its own. Over 10 million have been sold! Doubles as a BB repeater or a single shot pellet gun.

At less than 3 lbs., it's a great starter air rifle. The stock and forearm are made of a durable synthetic that takes lots of use and still looks good. An economical rifle, the Pumpmaster takes up to 10 pumps to send BBs 625 fps and pellets 600 fps. The checkering on the grip and the indentations on the pump handle make it that much easier to get a grip and stay on target.

Ideal for shooting very small rodents (at close range), plinking and target shooting. (Never shoot BBs at metal objects!) It's so light that you can shoot all day! Suitable for younger shooters (with adult supervision) and smaller adults.

Pellets are loaded into a 5-shot clip, while BBs have an 18-shot magazine, which is fed from the 200-shot reservoir. It comes with a fiber optic front sight, but you can get even more accuracy by mounting a scope or red dot on the 11mm dovetail.

Power Source: pump
Caliber: .177 (4.5 mm)
Max Velocity: BB: up to 625 fps (190.5 m/s) Pellet: up to 600 fps (182.8 m/s)
Capacity: Reservoir: 200 BBs, Magazine: 18 BBs
Length: 33.5" (85.09 cm)
Weight: 2 lbs. 12 oz. (1.25 kg.)
Material: Barrel: Smooth bore steel, Stock and Forearm: Synthetic



Model: 760B
Mechanism:
Bolt action
BB Repeater
5 Shot Manual Pellet Clip
Power Source: Pump
Caliber: .177
Ammunition: BB's, Pellets
Velocity:
BB-Up to 625 fps
Pellet-Up to 600 fps
Weight: 2 lbs. 12 oz.
Length: 33.5 in.

Material: Polymers
Barrel: Smooth Bore Steel
Stock: Synthetic
Forearm: Synthetic
Rifling: No
Sights:
Front: Fixed blade Fiber Optic
Rear: Elevation adjustable

MSRP $59.99
Our Price $28.90 Save $31.09 (52%)
manufacturerCrosman
caliber0.177
velocity625
airgun mechanismMulti-pump pneumatic
airgun usePlinking / Fun
barrel styleRifled
product conditionRefurbished
warranty1 Year Limited
(Refurbished) Crosman Model 760B .177 Caiber Pumpmaster Air Rifle
$28.90
4.5 Stars based on 16 Review(s)
Brandon
Ludington, MI
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

great gun
January 25, 2012
I have had this gun for 10 years and it has shot the same as when I got it. I dont have a scope on it, and I think as long as you take care of the gun these sights should never break off. I realy like the multi pump. I can just give it one pump and shot the cats in my yard ( with one pump it shoots about as hard as you can through a BB). or I can pump it 10 times to shoot through a tin can. The lever action also maks it nice to be able to shoot pellets if you want. I have put around 5,000 rounds through the gun in 10 years, and never once have I had it jam. The one complant I would have is were you mount the scope has a cut out so you can see how many bb's are left in the top part for the lever action. So if you tighten the scope down too much you cant get the bbs up there. I did find if you tighten the mount for the scope in front of the bolt action as tight as possible and leave the back one just finger tight, it works ok but will move if you bump it slightly. But to me this gun is more of a plinker, so it does not need a scope. At 100 feet I can hit a soup can all day long.
Pros:
10 stage variable volocity Very light very accurate at ten pumps (for a bb gun) very little recoil great for starters that as they get used to the gun can pump it harder

matthew
So. Dartmouth, MA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

WHO AIN'T HAD ONE OF THESE?
January 24, 2014
Super fun shooter for the young and old. Bought mine back in 1974 with my grass mowing $ at the local discount store,back then they'd sell us kids anything. Plinked everything all the way home. Anyhow, took lots of abuse and lasted a long long time. Great memories!
Pros:
Indestructible mechanism, great plinker rifle,long life. Keep it oiled. And keep your kids supervised.
Cons:
NONE

George
Waukesha, Wisconsin
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

5 out of 5- for its purpose
January 6, 2014
Overall the crosman 760's specs aren't great- around 650 fps bbs and 625 with lead, so obviously not a gun to hunt squirrels and anything bigger. Although I will say this- this was my first gun and I shot it for a good year and it was perfect for me being all of 5 feet and 100 lbs, 12 years young. But this gun taught me general shooting safety and hunting values that will forever stick with me. This gun is perfect for beginners and or plinkers- but I would definitely not hunt squirrels with- you could kill one with a perfect head shot- which I have- but not humane and you may to shoot 3 or 4 finishers. this gun is very accurate for a pump bb gun, and can take chipmunks and small birds. For sure a youth/beginner gun, but great for that purpose.
Pros:
light, easy to shoot, great for youth and beginners
Cons:
not a small game hunter other than chipmunks

Daniel
Nichols, SC
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great beginner
October 3, 2012
This is my second rifle like this. I let my neighbor borrow, cough cough, my first one and this is my replacement. I like the new magazine for the pellets. It will kill if aimed properly, so always supervise children.
Pros:
Price and accuracy.
Cons:
Nada

Rick
Minnesota
3 Stars

BBs a no no...
July 14, 2012
Had great experience as a kid with this gun. Decided to pick one up as an adult to fix a ground squirrel issue and the experience has not been the same. As a kid, the gun gave 'one shot - one kill' ability to anyone who picked it up. Now, I was missing everything. Did some target shooting and found that the gun was throwing BBs down and to the left about an inch and a half at about 20 ft. Pellets grouped better, but I was still getting one every so often that would stray out of the grouping. Also, had the front sight spin around the barrel on me recently. Perhaps a scope would help! The knock down power of the gun is also lacking. Hit a ground squirrel in the face with a pellet from 10 yards and it simply stunned the critter.
Pros:
Light. Easy to pump. BBs / Pellet compatibility.
Cons:
Accuracy. Lack of knockdown power for pests.

andrew
Palmerton, PA
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Ok gun
January 3, 2012
My friend has this and i shoot it sometimes. i gave it a three because. first the pump is not to great its kind of small witch makes it harder. it is easy to load witch i like. Possible to add a scope but the sites are fine on this gun. Better for a younger person maybe a beginner that does not have much experience Size is better for a beginner.

DFIREMAN
4 Stars

760B
August 29, 2011
FINALLY GOT A CHANCE TO SHOOT THIS GUN LIKE IT VERY MUCH! THE PRICE WAS ALSO GOOD, i HAVE NOT MISSED YET!

Andy M.
5 Stars

Crosman 760B
March 15, 2011
This is a great deal on a reliable backyard plinker. I have observed a lot fewer cats in my yard. Even my eight year old grandson loves using it and at the price that I paid, I am not worried about him breaking it. I'll just get another.

Robert G.
4 Stars

Decent starter
March 6, 2011
Affordability is great. A practical air gun that could be used for everything from plinking to bagging small game in a survival situation. The 760 FPS is a bit low by most standards, wish there was a similar model (cost/simplicity) that shot around 1000fps

Dave sauer
5 Stars

Sights
October 10, 2010
I love the rifle, it loads fast and is nice to handel. The only shortcoming is that there is no windage adjustment on the sights.

charlie
5 Stars

amazing
September 6, 2010
great gun the best for the money

phil weiderman
3 Stars

review
September 4, 2010
shots well...jambs now and then. otherwise..is ok gun

justin
5 Stars

worth the money
July 12, 2010
this is a great gun it has lastest me like three years it was the first gun i ever got and it is so acurate i could chop a sun flower stem down from 50 ft this gun rocks

parker
4 Stars

sweat gun
July 11, 2010
great gun overall but bad sight's my sights broke off

Alexander
5 Stars

Nice for the price
October 21, 2009
It's overall a great gun I shot two squirrels and a dove, got it because of the price. I shot my eye twice and it hurt alot, so wear safety glasses kids

deano
5 Stars

good overall
June 15, 2009
this gun i got for a gift...it was my first bb gun...and it is a great starter gun. very strong...and pretty accurate.good gun...i recommend it.



By juan trillo from tjtrillo@verizon.net on August 18, 2012
is this good to scare off squirrels
By Staff on August 21, 2012

Answer:
Only give the rifle 4-6 pumps and it won't harm the squirrels.

By ed finnell from port orange, fl on July 14, 2012
What all is refurbished? And, if it should need work in the future what does that cost ie replacing seals ect.
By Robert from Ma on August 13, 2012

Answer:
Refurbished is when a company such as crosman takes the products that were returned as defective or didn't meet testing standards. They go through them thoroughly replacing parts as needed and make them fully functional and like new. They are then offered to the consumer at a fraction of the cost of a "new" item.
As you can see from this example, it's offered at a little less than 50% of the cost of a new item.
I personally have never had an issue with refurbished stock.

By andrew from westbrookville New York on December 10, 2011
Need to know if this can kill a squirrel at about 20 yards?
By Clark from Portland, OR metro on April 3, 2012

Answer:
A .177 pellet at 625fps will take a squirrel. Years ago I knew a young man who took western hares with a similar Crosman model. He used pellets, not BBs.

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