Crosman Airguns- Model AS1077T Air Rifle w/Tank
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Item #: 8019975
This exciting version of the 1077 comes complete with the 88 gram
AirSource kit. The 88 gram AirSource power system provides up to 400 consecutive
accurate shots. The AS1077T shoots up to 625 feet per second, and has a
twelve shot clip. Additional clips are available. The addition of the AirSource
kit provides you with the flexibility to use Crosman Powerlets or the 88 gram
AirSource. This is a great improvement to one of the best air rifles manufactured
Mechanism: 12 Shot Repeater
Power Source: CO2 (AirSource or Powerlets ®)
Velocity: 625 fps
Weight: 3 lbs. 11 oz.
Length: 36.88 in.
Barrel: Blued Steel
Front: Fixed blade Fiber Optic
Rear: Fully adjustable
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|airgun use||Pest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting|
|warranty||1 Year Limited|
operates with ease
January 23, 2011
Best pellet rifle I have ever owned. Does everything you ask it to do. I have nothing but good to say about this rifle.
I have one but...
January 8, 2011
In it's day, this was cutting adge as far as air guns went. Semi-automatic co2 powered air rifle, 12 round clip in a removeable magazine and a powerful 625 fps. I used to actually hunt with mine and was quite sucessful. It was the most reliable gun on the market and I trusted it. For that reason it has a place in my collection. With so many other superior air rifles now in my collection from all over the world, my reliable 1077 now gets to come out and eat a bit of ammo about once a year just to keep it firing. It's still a fine gun and I recommend it for a first pellet gun.
Excellent gun for anyone, I would pay $150 for this
November 2, 2008
Just great, i have had this baby for six months and have not had any leaks, jams, or any problems. Pros: great accuracy, can hit the logo on a pepsi can at 40 feet. Easy double action trigger pull that if you break in right, pull it most of the way and that will cock the gun, and the then pull it again and it will shoot. effectively giving you a rudimentary single action. Weight: surpriingly light, at least until you put the big 88 g. tank on, but it still weighs only about 4 lbs. Build: when I first pulled it out of the box I was a little disappointed, as it looked to be almost entirely plastic, but upon closer inspection, I found that the gun is actually only covered in plastic and the barrel and co2 chamber extend through almost the entire length of the gun, which gives it some strength!! (barrel and c02 chamber are some kind of metal, which i thought it was steel, but it feels too light) Rail: good quality ABS plastic which comfortably fits my BSA rd dot scope Cons Magazine: only 12 shots, and with a semi-auto, you will need more, buy a couple extra mags. (i bought 3) Sight: works fine, but you will need to set it up yourself, it does not come centered from the factory, so do not blame this for poor accuracy out of the package Sling mount: There is none! i will make my way around this and probably find a way to make one on my own. i could spend like a altf hour writing more about this engineering marvel, but its geeting late, so i must turn in. if you want a gun that is well built with a good rte of fire and great accuracy and power ten look no further.
A nice gun!
April 1, 2007
Just got mine today and I'm impressed :-). I got this to replace my NightStalker which took a crap on me after a month of owning it. A very light gun by itself but I have a whole bunch o' accessories on it now and its quite heavy. There's actually recoil with this thing which I like - its more realistic this way ;-). I must say the air valve for the adapter is incredible hard to close completely by hand! Wrap a rag around it and try again. If the same grip on the peice screwing the adapter into the gun was on the valve control it would be much better. Also, the sights (or the barrel) are slightly slanted to the right but they still line up. I don't use the sights anyway as I have a really nice scope, flashlights, and a laser on it to make up for it ;-). A nice gun! Lets hope it lasts A LOT longer than the NightStalker!! So far, there doesn't seem to be nearly as much plastic in it as the NightStalker; hopefully, translating into durability and all around better quality in the long run. If this gun fails I'll just stop Crosman guns :-.
tons of fun
March 4, 2007
i recently bought one of these and got it all hooked up with the gamo varmint scope with a laser and light ( nice scope by the way). after sighting it in at 10 meters and just plinking around the back yard two lil' birds flew right down in my target rang about 15 meters from me , i popped one and feathers just flew out in all directions . his buddy was so stunned that his friend fell to the grond for no resaon that he flew down to him and before he landed completely on the ground he met the same fate... only problem i had with this rifle is that it does not work well with raptor (pba) pellets or the rocket pellets from gamo so stick with the standard crosman or gamo pellets