Crosman 1077 Features
- Shoots 4.5mm (.177 Cal) Pellets
- Powered by 1-12g Co2 cartridge at a time
- 12 Round Pellet Capacity
- Clip rotates and is easy to load
- Double action; single-stage trigger
- Very accurate rifle for this class
- Rifled steel barrel
- Fixed fiber optic front sight
- Fully adjustable rear sight
- 11mm Dovetail rail for accessories
- Manual Safety
- Great for plinking and target practice
I shot 10, five shot groups with crosman premium, gamo red fire, and gamo armour pellets, and at 20 yds I could not get better than 4 inch groupings so not a great hunting or match gun.
Also being a entry level co2 gun it is very loud. if you just want a fun airgun for you or your kid to plink around with it's great, but if you were going to buy it for hunting stay away.
if you want a decently priced reliable, accurate airgun, than go with a daisy 880, crosman shockwave, or any of the lower priced gamo's.
it like it so far. a screw head on the iron sight instantly stripped the first time trying to adjust it, iron sights are just terrible anyway, no point fidgeting with that piece of rubbish, just get a lazer or scope. its surprisingly accurate. im sure a lazer or a scope would be a great addition to this gun. 4/5
Both shoot well on the first two clips and then the small CO2 cartridge effect starts to appear. I plan to convert them to bulk fill as the utube vids show. I did this with a previous new 1077 and the results were great. That gun developed an internal leak when I tried 1200 psi air. Not worth fixing when the price of these is so good.
Like new for a refurbished rifle. Some small marring on the scope rails.
to Airgun Depot without any problems. I do have another Crosman 1077
which I love. The 5 star rating is based on what the 1077 can do when working correctly.
I've been an airgun snob for 40+ years. Preferred German and English and turned up my nose at American made guns.
Well, I have learned that I've been missing out on a lot of fun with Crosmans and Daisys.
It started with a Crosman Vigilante refurb. which worked very well and progressed to a 1077 which has taken it's place by the
back door for squirrel duty. A quick follow up shot is a great blessing (not for squirrels).
The only downside is no last shot indicator. A lot of tree rats have given me the equivelent of the finger while I was shooting
blanks at them.
All in all, money well spent.
My only complaint is that it's a pain to take off the cap to the CO2 tube. I've had to use a screwdriver.
Unloading the magazine in semi-auto fashion is a lot of fun.
A full tube of gas will get ~50 good shots, not more. A few more weak shots are good to go also. The piercing of the Co2 was hardest at first, but with more use, the piercing has reduced in difficulty. (Never yet very easy, just less difficult). Patrick shoots ground squirrels, sparrows and pigeons, and some plinking, usually from ~10-20 yards. Recommend adding an inexpensive scope.
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 625 fpsLoudness 3-Medium
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 625 fpsMag Capacity 12