Crosman MTR77 Nitro Piston® Air Rifle Combo
Comes with with 4x32mm Scope & Rings
Item #: 30060
MSRP $210.95| Save $51.00 (24%)
Suggested Use: Small Game Hunting / Target Shooting
If you like the black rifle look but want the accuracy of a single-shot, Crosman's MTR77 NP is the air gun for you. In fact, you probably won't find another black break barrel rifle in this design anywhere!
- Revolutionary NP Air Rifle Design
- Powered By Nitrogen Piston
- Single-shot; Breakbarrel
- Weaver Accessory Rail
- Ambidextrous Synthetic Stock
- Sling Mounts
- Two-Stage Adjustable Trigger
- Mock Magazine Offers Storage
- 45 lbs. cocking effort
- Manual Safety
- Weighs 7 lbs. without the scope
- Includes .177 Caliber Air Rifle and CenterPoint 4x32mm Scope & Mount
|Our Price||$159.95 Save $51.00 (24%)|
|airgun mechanism||Nitro Piston|
|airgun use||Small Game Hunting / Target Shooting|
|airgun rail||Weaver Mount|
|fire mode||Single Shot|
|cocking effort||45 lbs.|
|warranty||1 Year Limited|
St. Louis area - Mo.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
GREAT BUY AT THIS PRICE
January 8, 2014
This rifle looks and feels great. It has plenty of power! I cleaned the barrel and shot a couple Hatsan Vortex Supreme .177 pellets through it and the report, with all the oil from cleaning the barrel was like a .22 report. That quit though and it is now a bit more quiet, but still a magnum air rifle. I mounted the scope that came with the package, not really expecting much as it includes a two piece scope mount system, and had to remove it to shim the rear mount. I knew this after three shots and didn't waste time as I have encountered this with most of my air rifles I have mounted scopes on. After that second mount I was very surprised to zero it in at 22 yards in 9 shots.(I shoot three rounds per adjustment ) It is a bit stout to cock the barrel but that's what you get when you look to buy power/speed. I have yet to shoot it enough to see if the scope and/or mounts hold up since it's as cold as a well-diggers.....well, it's cold ! I host Purple Martins and my main quarry is starlings. I will see how well the scope and mounts hold up in the spring when the devil birds are trying to take over the Martin houses. I have shot around 15-20 pellets through it and the scope has not moved yet, to my surprise and delight. I love this rifle so far!
Pros:powerful! ! Looks great and is very accurate. This is a good buy but not a trainer for kids. This will be a hunter/ varmint fixer for me!
Cons:The top recess for the barrel, to load the pellet, has very sharp edges and could cut you if you're not careful. I read about that in a review and the first thing I did out of the box was to check that area out and the review was accurate. I simple took very fine emery paper and gave it a little rub down and the problem was fixed. It is the ribs formed in the plastic that makes it very sharp. I believe they could address this during the manufacturing if enough folks mention the problem. The other thing that disappointed me was that the front and rear sights do not come with the rifle, only the scope and mounts.There must be a lot of 'iron sights' laying around somewhere but for the price.... oh well. I expect I'll eventually have to put on a one piece scope mount, as I have done with all my 'magnum' air rifles because the guns simply need them to stay accurate.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
What a blast!!!
July 15, 2013
This is an excellent airgun for the price. I am usually a RWS fan but really enjoy shooting this gun. It took about 50 shots and a good cleaning before it would bring in groups under 2" at 50 yards. I currently have it sighted at 45 yards which seems to be a good mid-range distance and makes it easy to shoot shorter or longer distance with the included scope.
Pros:Powerful, accurate, and scares the crap out of people at the airgun range with you drag out an AR-15. This is the only weapon I have tested with average lead pellets that actually shoots 50 to 75 fps faster than the manufacture claims (it's usually the other way around!)
Cons:The top of the forearm where the plastic has been cut away to allow loading is EXTREMELY SHARP!! It is so sharp that every time I got back from the range my right hand would have 10 to 15 cuts and the plastic is so sharp that you don't feel it cutting you as you are concentrating on cocking the weapon. It took me several trips to the range to finally figure out why my hand was cut to pieces when I got home and I finally figured out it was from holding the forearm tightly while cocking the weapon.