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Crosman MTR77 NP Scope Combo

Includes CenterPoint 4x32mm Scope & Rings
  • Code: 30060 · .177 · 1200 fps
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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! Features:
  • 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
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  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 1200 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 7.00
  • Overall Length 40.00
  • Barrel Length 15.00
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Gas-piston
  • Rail Weaver/Picatinny
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights none
  • Rear Sights none
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Two-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Small game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By TimothyUSAOctober 23, 2020

Rifle is amazing. Accurate up to at least 50 yards as far as I’ve shot. Zero complaint. Scope helps greatly. Quality is beyond good. Love it


By TimothyUSAOctober 23, 2020

Buy it

Rifle is amazing. Accurate up to at least 50 yards as far as I’ve shot. Zero complaint. Scope helps greatly. Quality is beyond good. Love it


By VictorSeptember 23, 2020

Very fun gun! With a red dot sight on it I can hit a pop can consistently at 60 yards and less. The mag allowing you to carry ammo is great, I also really like the ability to put a sling on it. Very ergonomic, have put several thousand rounds in though it and still shoots great! Best experience is with Crosman hollow points

Gun is rather loud, and if you just put air gun oil in it quite literally will sound like a real firearm for about 5 shots. Kicks quite a bit but is manageable, and the scope that comes in the box is no good, and I’ve had bad experience with scopes on this gun. Also would note that every 500-1000 shots you need to retighten the screws as they come loose. Lastly trigger pull is quite long but after a while you get used to this

By LeslieUSAJuly 11, 2018

Got this as a present for my husband for his birthday and he absolutely loves it!!!!

By John W.June 4, 2018

Very powerful, and it took some adjusting on the scope but finally got it set for 15 yards. That's all I need for the flying rats (pigeons)...makes a little noise but packs a wallop!!! Have used it many times and have no complaints for the price. For serious use a better scope and a strap would be Very beneficial.

I've had many bb guns and pellet guns throughout the years and by far this is the most expensive one i have owned, and is the MOST Powerful of them all. Can add different scopes, shoots consistent, looks awesome too.

A little too loud to be using at 2 am on a weekday in the neighborhood haha!:)

By AidanUSAMay 13, 2018


By JayUSAMarch 28, 2018

Very nice break barrel. Lots of power.

Looks like an AR15.

Looks like an AR15. My neighbors were a bit hesitant to come outside. It is very Heavy. Almost the same as my AR.

By jimMarch 1, 2018

Thinking that with a shorter barrel it would not be very accurate, i was wrong! Took stock scope off and scrapped it, put on a bariska 3×9×32 on it. Sighted it in at 25 yards and it is deadly!

Great accurate gun

Sharp edges, sanded them down

By NemoDecember 18, 2017

I bought this "M16"-like airgun about a month ago. After shooting BB guns in my youth, I got back into shooting airguns this past summer when my boys turned 9 and I bought them their first BB guns (classic Daisy Red Rider). After shooting with them a bit, I bought my own airgun -- a Winchester 77XS. I got hooked on shooting pellets, so bought the MTR77. My initial reaction was "WOW". This is some kind of powerhouse pellet gun. The gun has the kick of a .22 rifle. This is a double-edged trait. On one hand, it has the power to shoot small game if you like. On the other hand, it's more difficult to aim and hit what you are trying to hit. By contrast, with my Winchester pumped to 10 pumps, I could hit bullseye at 20 yards all day long, once I zero'd the scope. With the MTR77, it's a much more arduous task to nail 2 or 3 bullseyes out of 6 or 7 shots. The scope is disappointing -- I've never been unable to zero it out, no matter how many adjustments I make. I'm tempted to take the scope from the 77XS in an effort to improve accuracy. One thing that is amazing is the "crack" of the gun firing a supersonic (also sometime referred to inaccurately as hypersonic) alloy pellet. Sounds like a .22 rimfire rifle. One aspect to shooting the MTR77 is having the correct grip and technique. DO NOT use the artillery grip. It is totally ineffective. Instead, I've had greater accuracy holding the stock snuggly against my shoulder with a firm grip on the forward hard grip or mock cartridge holder. The artillery grip was developed for spring guns, not for NP rifles. My accuracy increased when I held a firmer grip. I was also told, by the way, that you have to put 100-200 rounds through the gun to "season" the barrel to gain greater accuracy. I don't know if this is true. I'm not sure I've noticed a difference other than through a different technique to holding it. The MTR77 is a pretty neat airgun. It takes some muscle to cock (it's aggravated my tendonitis in my left arm at times). It's heavy, but seems well made. Others have had good success with the included scope. Sadly, at this point, I'm not one, so for those less fortunate, it may mean investing in a better scope. One last thought, I've fired a number of different pellets through this gun. I have found the Gamo Hunter and the H&N Field Trial Trophy Green to be among the more accurate. Both are, interestingly, rounded heads. Also, interestingly, I find that each type of pellet requires a modification of the scope's settings (as accurate as it has been). I'm generally happy with the MTR77, and enjoy taking it out target shooting with my sons. I just wish I could be more consistently accurate. At this point, I've shot it at 10, 15 and 20 yards. I hope to work my way up to longer distances as i fine tune my shooting technique.

Powerful Fun Semi-accurate Well-made No loss of power from cold weather, compared to CO2

Scope (could be just mine) Heavy Some effort to cock. Could be tiring after long use Trigger pull is fairly long, but can be adjusted somewhat (though I've yet to do that)

By CaseyUSANovember 10, 2017

EXCELLENT gun for the price. Very powerful. The 4x32 scope is garbage. Crosman's attempt to save money by cutting corners on the details (scope, screws, plastic pieces, etc...) is hurting the sales (and 5 Star Review) of this great gun.

Great value. Nice looking, powerful replica. Faux-clip storage turns the rifle into a maraca!

Scope is trash. Heavy. Plastic pieces. No shoulder strap included for FIXED hooks. Loud as a .22. ("70% Quieter" my ass!) All the screws need to be tightened. The 45 lb. break is a work out. Faux-clip storage turns the rifle into a maraca!

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Is the carry handle included ?

asked matt

Is the scope replaceable

asked Ethan from USA

how much for trhe shipping to laval quebec canada

asked n charest

how much for trhe shipping to laval quebec canada

asked n charest

I'm Canadian living in Ottawa Ontario Canada...How does purchasing one of these rifles affect being sent over the border and any other problems that might occur...

asked Lou D'Ascenzo

What is the procedure for ordering one of these if I'm living in Ottawa Canada

asked Lou

the specs say single shot, but looks like a magazine in front of trigger guard? is this single or multiple shot?

asked DANIEL

whats best pellet to buy for accuracy?

asked LARRY from USA

What's the noise factor of this rifle? I live in a residential neighborhood. Looking to shoot squirrels and anything else that gets in my garden.

asked Bob G.

What scope would fit this value, hard hitting MTR77? I think the scope that comes with it is "boo-boo". Another review mentioned the same problem.

asked Merle from USA

I'm thinking about buying this gun and was wondering if you can put accessories on it such as bi pod, laser, flashlight?

asked Andew

I mounted a laser under the barrel for point blank shots and then sighted the scope for 30 yds. That covers most of my shooting needs. Mount the switch on the handguard. Works great.

Thomas from USA

you can use the front rail for a flashlight, simply loosen two screws rotate the rail down. traditional bipod will not work for this rifle because the barrel cocks the gun, laser can easily mount on the upper and barrel rails

Kevin from USA

Yes to all except maybe the bi pod unless you use a quick release barrel clamp type. Its a break barrel so you will need the room to cock it. The gun comes with picatinny rail on top for optics and accessories and small picatinny on top of barrel. Also you have room on the forearm to mount another rail This gun has more potential than I ever imaged. I really like it. It is super fun and accurate. You will love it


I was really looking at this rifle and a gamo as well. I think this rifle looks really cool, and thinking about getting it for hunting small game like birds squirrels and rabbits. Is this rifle accurate and would it be a good hunting gun?

asked Kolby

I believe so. Just be patient through the break in period and you should be fine. It's a powerful .177.

Daniel from USA

i am dialed in at 25 yards inside the bulls-eye of a pistol target using a 42mm Aim Sport Red Dot sight shooting the hollow point daisy pellets, more than enough power at 25 yrds to punch through 1/2 OSB board

Kevin from USA

Absolutely ! This is a legitimate and serious pellet gun. Its has more than enough power to kill birds and small game and I would say gritters too. This riffle plus quality pellets make it a deadly gun. I like to use H&N Terminators pellets in mine


This gun requires a lot of trigger time to perfect your technique. It is accurate but the AR type stock makes it difficult to get good repeatability for me. I put a longer screw in the trigger unit to shorten the trigger pull. This helped too. The gun is powerful enough for hunting under 35 yards. Shot placement is determined but you and the rifle working together.

David from USA

I think the only bennie to this gun is its looks, function wise a regular gun would be better. The short barrel will likely cost you some power, but it'll really cost you in cocking effort. I also wonder how secure the plastic body is to the metal receiver inside, any play will upset accuracy. Scope height is another issue, it sits higher which also upsets accuracy. The day I'm writing this it's on sale for $110 so the price is right if you wanted to try it. Otherwise there are a lot of Gamo, Crosman and others that are excellent for the money. The referb section has great deals too, several at $70 to 90. If you get it post your thoughts.


i am probably going to buy this, my question is can the MTR77 have attachments such as a bipod for example and what is the buttstock made of, does it have a rubber pad or is it plastic pad for shoulder recoil.

asked mike

does the mtr77 with the scope also come with the carry handle?

asked dave

No, it does not include the carry handle. very good pellet rifle for the price though.

Barb from USA

can u ship to n.ireland

asked collie

Collie, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected]. They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

What does nitro piston do? Do i have to replace any tanks or anything after each use?

asked malice

It works like a spring air gun, only it has a gas piston that compresses instead when cocked so it does not get weak like a spring does when left cock for extended periods of time and after many uses. There is no tanks or gas to buy, just cock and fire. It also has no spring noise and is smoother than a spring.

Daniel from USA

Is the MTR77 Nitro Piston air rifle good or not good in accuracy.

asked justin

It's average accuracy in lighter pellets but much better with heavier pellets.

Petri from Finland
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