The fiber optic front sight and rear sight adjustable elevation will make it easy to acquire your target. Zero in on targets with greater accuracy with the included 4x15 scope. Speaking of targets, you'll have plenty of them! This rifle flings lead pellets at a whopping 750 fps (up to 1000 with BB's). You can vary the power of the rifle, depending on the distance of your target. Ten pumps is the maximum you can put into the AirMaster 77, but that's plenty!
Pellets are loaded one at a time. BB's are loaded into a reservoir that holds 200 BB's. Through gravity, you move the BB's into the magazine, which holds 17.
(Never shoot steel BB's at metal objects!)
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity1000 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Cocking Effort1-10 pumps
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight4.81
- Overall Length39.75
- Barrel Length20.88
- MechanismMulti-pump pneumatic
- Rail11mm dovetail
- Front SightsFiber Optic
- Rear SightsAdjustable for elevation
- Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage non-adjustable
- Trigger Pull5.25
- Warranty1-year limited warranty
I just held it and admired it .
Instructions are very easy to understand
Gun was easy to operate on every function.
This air gun is well balanced and very comfortable to aim.
My first open site shot was down so I adjusted the site and dead center next shot
right out of the box.AWSOME
I have not used the scope yet so I cannot comment on that,
I like the open site at close range, which is how I will be using it the most.
Hey, it works! I remembered the reason I kind of put it aside because of the pumping action being a bit of a distraction between shots but I'll deal with it. So I mounted a better scope (CenterPoint 3-9x32, no need to get too fancy here) and headed back out to the yard. At 25 yards I was putting pellets into a 2" group after getting the scope half-way dialed in. I remember it being a not-so-impressive BB popper but notably better with pellets. Yep, that still holds true but I'm more than happy.
Now I'm going to strip it all the way down and give it a thorough cleaning and a bit of work on what is a pretty nasty trigger pull. I'm spoiled by the trigger on my CZ 452 (no take-up, 3.0 lb pull, breaks as clean as could be) so I'm bound to be disappointed in comparison. Other than the trigger its a great little shooter. I wish I hadn't left it abandoned in my attic all these years.
Definitely one of the better guns out on the market for people looking to break into the airgun hobby, or for any vet just looking for cheap but reliable rifle. Combine it with a pellet trap (and knowledge of your city's regulations) for a good day of target shooting in your own backyard!
and it fell instantly this is better than the gun i wanted for Christmas i would recommend this gun for anyone who likes target shooting and has problems with pest control.
its well worth the price
this rifle would be fine for hunting anything up to the size of a rabbit, this gun gives approx 9ftlbs of energy at the muzzle.
if you want to use it for hunting, use pellets and pellets only, bye
It's handy to have the storage compartment, rather than loading in 12-20 BB's at a time. Just fill it up, and when you're out just pull the loader spring back and shake it upside down.
Put up with alot of abuse so far, loaded a scope on it... That's were the problem came in. The rails are crap. It was shooting so far to the right that I couldn;t adjust for it, even after re-mounting the scope 4 times. I'm a duck hunter first, but I do use rifles and know how to properly mount and sight in a rifle, so that wasn't the issue.
Over all, for the price I'd say go for it. The Crosman break barrel rifles I've had break down very quickly. Personally I went for the PX4 Storm Recon to plink / kill pests
4/5 because of the rail problems
The iron sights did not come aligned from factory, and the telescopic sight was not even mounted, thus they took some time to align.
If you like pump action rifles as I do, you will love this gun. It's not the best pump rifle around (and it's not priced like that anyway), but is a good buy.