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Crosman 1077 Wood Stock, .177 cal

Crosman 1077 Wood Stock, .177 cal

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  • Code: PY-224-602 · 0.177 cal · 625 fps ·
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Selected for the 2001 Bikathlon Event at the Boy Scout Jamboree- the Crosman 1077 is great gun for anyone -- adult or youngster -- who loves to shoot. This 12-shot repeater uses a single 12-gram CO2 cartridge and can be fired as fast as you can pull the trigger.

It's easy to use and delivers hours of fun. Just because it was used by the Boy Scouts- don't think it's just for kids. This rifle will become a favorite of kids- teens- moms- dads and senior citizens!

Low on noise- the 1077 won't disturb those with sensitive ears or alert everyone in the neighborhood that you're shooting. This air rifle will surprise you with its accuracy. Use good quality pellets- put a drop or two of Crosman Pellgunoil on the tip of each CO2 cartridge before inserting it into the gun- and the Crosman 1077 will deliver years of fun shooting and dependability.

The 12-shot rotary clip is easy to load. For even greater accuracy- mount a scope on the 11mm dovetails.

Crosman 1077W Repeatair Rifle Features
  • Uses 12-gram CO2 cartridges
  • 12rd rotary clip (which is inserted into a box magazine)
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Fixed fiber optic front sight
  • Rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation
  • 11mm optics dovetail
  • Ambidextrous wood stock
  • Single-stage trigger
  • Double-action only
  • Manual safety
  • 625 fps max velocity*

*Your box and owner's manual may show a lower velocity- which Crosman states as "average velocity." However- 625 fps is the max velocity with lead pellets. If you shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger- your velocity will be lower. Since CO2 is a refrigerant- you will receive somewhat fewer shots and lower velocities compared with waiting 5-10 seconds between shots. This applies to all CO2 guns.
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  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity625 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSemiautomatic
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight3.75
  • Overall Length36.88
  • Barrel Length20.38
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • MechanismCO2
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsFiber Optic
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage and elevation
  • Shots per Fill50
  • Trigger AdjustabilitySingle-stage
  • Trigger ActionDouble-action only
  • UsePlinking & target practice
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Crosman 1077 Wood Stock, .177 cal
12 Reviews
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92% Recommend this product (11 of 12 responses)
By Logan
Aberdeen, SD
Super fun
March 7, 2019
This gun takes me back to when i started with airguns as a kid, simple, fun and accurate for a great price.. i couldn't be happier.. performs perfectly, pull the trigger 12 times, 12 shots ..too much fun
ProsGreat gun for the price
Best UsesPlinking and fun
By Brandon B.
Great Pinker
January 7, 2019
I shot mine about 300 shots now it does great for kids and adults its super quite the trigger is louder than the barrel and its good for 20 yard and 30 feet away plinking its not a gun to use on chipmunks or anything bigger that was disappointing but it is a repeater that's fun to shoot around
ProsIts grate to get kids into shooting because it has no kick its light quite and its got a good look in the wood stock
ConsPump guns have more power nuf said
Best UsesRWS Hobbys
By Eric
Portland ME
good buy
April 12, 2018
I bought the Crosman 1077 with the wood stock to teach my grandchildren to shoot. I cut 3" off the stock in a manner that allows me to bolt it back on. I had problems initially but discovered that I
needed to push the pellets all the way into the clip. The gun is ideal and the grandchildren and their mom's and dads love shooting it as well.
By Nat G.
Hammond, Louisiana
Crosman 1077 Wood stock
December 11, 2017
Thoroughly satisfied with this product.
ProsAirgun very accurate, powerful, easy to operate.
By Mike M.
excellent Rifle
March 17, 2017
very nice rifle. very accurrete and a lot of fun to shoot
By Capn j.
Wet-stern Washington
Watch the pellet fit !
March 13, 2017
I'm really impressed with the handling and the appearance. It looks just like my brother's 10-22.
The first thing I did was mount a 4X scope out of my parts drawer and try some shooting in my garage range.
I was pleasantly surprised with some 3/8" 5 shot groups and a couple of overlapping hole 3 shot groups.
ProsAccurate and light weight.
ConsI found some of the Crosman pellets I had fit too tightly in the rotary magazine and would not shoot out. Care has to be exercised in loading the magazine and any pellets that feel too tight should be discarded.
By Jon S.
Riverton, Wyoming
Crossman Repeater 1077W
October 10, 2016
This little rifle is a good quality, accurate repeater; it is easy to sight-in, and, very accurate for about 30 rounds before the gas propellant begins to exhaust. The wood stock is a plus. I love the 12-round , easy loading, magazine. Yet to see the use of an optic.
Prosquality, accuracy, 12-round magazine, ease of loading.
Consloss of accuracy way before the CO2 cartridge is expended.
By Mitch
September 15, 2016
This is a very cool rifle. If you own a ruger 10/22 this will feel right at home in your hands. My old eyes need a scope on just about any gun and this one shows off it's accuracy once zeroed in. Plus I just have to add how great the Airgun Depot staff are!!!
Proslove the wood stock, very accurate.
By Happy F.
Los Angeles
Slick CO2 repeater that is accurate, easy to handle and fun to shoot
May 5, 2016
The Crosman 1077 is a great 10-15yd paper and tin can gun. Ya just can't beat it for $65 in plastic and $100 in wood. Super fun to shoot, easy to load, accurate, light & handy -spend the extra 30 bucks and get the wood, you will be glad you did 42-58 shots per CO2 powerlet (shoot slow to get more shots). An extra magazine or two with a couple 3 packs of 12 shot revolver clips and you will be good to go.

I mounted a UTG 3x9 bug buster scope. Get a bug buster with adjustable objective as it can focus the target plane down to 3yds so great sight picture for a close range pellet gun) with a dual illuminated red and green wire MIL dot reticle - it is a perfect scope for this rifle. UTG also offers different magnifications in the bug buster line. TIP- get the UTG 11mm to 20mm low profile adapters so you can use the included 20mm scope mounts on the 11mm 1077 dovetail.
ProsBest bang for the buck in a CO2 repeater. Accurate - picture below @ 15yds. $30 extra for wood - get wood, It is so much nicer than the plastic! Easy to handle - light and easy to handle - good for young shooters. 10x easier than a pump or barrel break air rifle - 12 shots per load, ~4 clips per powerlet, ~50 shots in a couple minutes. Smile and chuckle fun. Crosman Field Point pellets at WalMart were super accurate. 3x9 UTG bug buster scope cleared the factory iron sights -just barely, but glad they did. I like having back up iron sights just in case.
ConsNeed to shoot slow for consistence accuracy (like all CO2 powerplants). Rear iron and front fiber optic sight ok, but I'd mount a scope. People complain about the trigger. I get it. Can you concentrate? Do you shoot DA revolvers? Pull the 'middle' 2/3rds of the full trigger stroke cleanly (pellet being moved out of clip and into chamber in middle 2/3rds) and this gun will not jam and shoots great to 15yds. I've shot Wadcutters, Domed, Pointed, Hollowpoint...they all will cycle if you hold trigger pressure and don't back off the pull. Cost of CO2 - but it won't matter 'cause you will love this gun!
By Brother R.
currently working in Texas (live in Florida)
Owned one for over 15 years...
January 27, 2016
First off, the rifle rocks. Suggest you get a scope for it and high rise rings (allows the standard sights for close shots). I use a 3-9x 40mm. Seems like overkill, but I have found this rifle to be reasonably accurate (I can hit a bottle cap at 100'... I also suggest you purchase multiple magazines (I own 5) and multiple rotary clips (I have 8). I also have an Uncle Mike's swivels and sling (need minor modification to stock) on mine. Added a tactical light (400 lumen) using a barrel clamp style mount. I've had mine for quite some time and own the olive poly stock. My son owns the black poly stock. I'm seriously liking the wood version and considering purchase. A few things to keep in mind when using a CO powered airguns. One is, do NOT fire rapidly (no more than a three round burst) as you run the risk of freezing up your seals and o-rings. Ice crystals will cut them under pressure and you will suddenly develop air leaks, often enough that you'll be buying new ones and replacing them. I speak from experience. (Same applies to airsoft rifles and pistols running on gas). Another thing is this is NOT a rifle that likes winter temps. CO shouldn't be used unless the temps are above 65F or you'll get very poor power and reduced shots performance. You can use it at 50F but expect to be changing out that 12g cylinder often, like <20 shots... All in all, having had this one for quite some time, I can say you'll enjoy this one. Just don't think you can fire off all 12 pellets in 2 seconds and be accurate or even consistent or risking your seals. It's well worth the price here on this site. (If you're looking for a winter rifle, I suggest the classic and ever faithful Crosman 2100B ( pump style, temps affect it a lot less OR the Benjamin Varmint .22 (
ProsClip holds 12 pellets, extra clips and mags available, can pre-load several for non-stop fun. CO˛ powerlets on a sunny warm day can get you from 30-60 shots depending on the temps, light weight, scope ready, easy to fix and maintain, cheap but good quality and design.
ConsNot a year round rifle. High speed shooting will cause early failure of the o-rings and seals.
By Thomas C.
Lewisville, Texas
Tack Driver
June 5, 2015
My nylon stock version of this rifle is very accurate!

Sez the 61 year old plinker!
By Simon
Fun and Nice to look at (if not hold)
May 3, 2015
Really liked the look of the gun, and with the wood I hoped it would gain some weight on the featherweight all-weather standard version. Gun arrived and does indeed look good, but the wood is like hardened balsa - very light indeed. Gun is also small (shorter than the QB78) giving it a carbine feel as well as the look. CO2 loading is easy and after a hitch with the first one, been shooting fine.
So, it's OK - but at $99 it's too pricey, especially with the M14 at 20 bucks less and the awesome QB78 with a really nice stock and all-metal construction. Shoots hard and accurately, but the sights are simply dreadful.
ProsAccurate (but the horrible sights detract from it) Looks nice You can shoot fast - but have LOTS of Co2 to hand. And pellets!
ConsBurns Co2 - 30-35 shots and you're cartridge is done. Very, very light. Maybe even lighter than the all-weather plastic stock Horrible sights. To thick and chunky.
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