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Remington Airguns- Summit .177 cal, 1000 FPS w/3-9x40 Scope

Remington Airguns- Summit .177 cal, 1000 FPS w/3-9x40 Scope

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  • Code: PY-870 · 0.177 cal · 1000 fps ·
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Remington Summit Licensed by Remington

Crosman Corporation has introduced its newest break barrel design, the Summit, licensed by Remington. The Remington Summit is equal to Crosman's most powerful pellet air rifles, offering 1,000 feet per second velocity. The new Remington Summit features an all-hardwood ambidextrous stock and forearm with detailed checkering. The Summit also features a rifled steel barrel, as well as a 3-9x40 premium scope with multiple adjustment capabilities. Additional features include a muzzle brake, light cocking effort, a two-stage adjustable trigger and fully-adjustable rear sight. The two-stage, adjustable trigger allows each shooter to customize the trigger feel for personal shooting preference. These sighting adjustments allow the shooter to customize sighting and achieve a greater level of accuracy. The 3-9x40 premium scope offers fully-coated optics, 1/4 in. MOA (minute of angle) adjustments to the point-of impact for both windage and elevation, as well as positive clicking for locked-in adjustment of the reticules. The scope uses Mil dot imaging, which shows a cross-shaped image internally and allows the shooter to make instant adjustments for windage and elevation without changing the original sight picture. The shooter also has the option to use an adjustable objective, straightening the bend of light into the scope and allowing direct focus on the target. The scope is also fog, shock and recoil resistant, as well as waterproof for outdoor use. Scope is NOT mounted.

* Loudness: 4-Medium-High
* Weight: 7.79 lbs
* Overall Length: 45.00"
* Capacity: 1 round(s)
* Barrel: Rifled
* Front Sight: None
* Rear Sight: None
* Scopeable: 11mm dovetail
* Trigger adj.: Two-stage adjustable
* Buttpad: Rubber
* Suggested for: Small game hunting/target practice
* Action: Break barrel
* Powerplant: Spring-piston
* Safety: Manual
* Repeater: Single-shot

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  • ManufacturerRemington
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleBreak Barrel
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • MechanismSpring piston
  • OpticsScope
  • UsePest Control / Plinking /Target Shooting
  • Warranty1 Year Limited
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Remington Airguns- Summit .177 cal, 1000 FPS w/3-9x40 Scope Reviews
3.5 Stars based on 14 Review(s)
Trego, WI
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

July 5, 2015
Going on 5 years. This was my first excursion into pellet shooting. Got me hooked & now have a few rifles & a couple of pistols. This rifle is actually fun to shoot being a tad shorter & lighter than others. Accuracy is questionable. Very fussy on hold & pellets you use. I have however shoot well in access of a couple of thousand pellets thru it. I know at least a couple hundred squirrels, starlings & chipmunks. If it was more accurate i would not have any pests. Live in the country so always an abundance of critters. I also leave this rifle cocked & loaded for weeks on end. Don't always believe the talk about how springers can not go long periods cocked. Usually not during winter time tho. Have had to have the rifle disassembled, cleaned & new trigger assembly. For the money is still a nice one to have. Is still my go to gun.
Light weight, nice looking, easy to carry around, Scope is quite nice & trigger is usable, just practice.
At this price range, none.

1 Stars

Terrible accuracy
May 14, 2014
Shot thousands of rounds and spent countless hours fooling with this air rifle. When I finally get the scope adjusted I can group about 4 shots before it starts to shoot all over the place. The scope is terrible and the cross-hairs move constantly. Shot my dads Crosman model C1K77X and had a 1" pattern at 15 Yards. Don't be fooled by the looks of this gun and scope.

hobart indiana
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

great gun
January 27, 2013
I've had this gun for years now and the accuracy is supreme. I was shooting it scopeless for the longest time. Then I put the scope on, sighted it in, and now could hit a dime from 25 yards with 1the shot. I could never find the dimes but they are fun to shoot. Best pellet gun I've ever owned. For ya'll that are making bad reviews on the gun or scope needs to return it and get a new one. Don't abuse it and you'll see a difference.
Nothing wrong with gun or scope.
I like everything about the gun and scope.

Craig h.
Morgan Utah
1 Stars

Gave it away
July 10, 2012
I posted a review of how bad I thought this gun is. I know there are lemons in most everything and I got one here. I couldn't sell it for $50.00 so I finally gave it to my son in law not telling him it's history. He was so excited to get this wonderful looking gun. 2 days ago we were at the ranch shooting squirrels and I noticed he had a little Daisy 10 pump. I asked him "Hey wheres that beauty I gave you". The look on his face was priceless and said it all. He's stilled pissed off.
Nothing except pretty wood and finish.
Everything except the pretty wood and finish.

cleveland ohio
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

decent gun
January 10, 2012
shot a battery from 25 yards with it but the spring gets weak after a 1000 shots

4 Stars

remington summit
July 8, 2011
Good gun.....very accurate and very powerful.Shot a coon in the head at 35 yards and dropped it....i had to experiment around with alot of pellets but finaly had luck with crosman premier hollow points...overall good gun

Noah Brown
5 Stars

Remigton Summit
February 28, 2011
Great gun, took me 10 rounds to get it sighted in.The air hawk elite and the air Ruger magnum were different stories.

Craig Hyde
1 Stars

Finally Gave Up!
July 13, 2009
If I stood in front of this gun and pulled the trigger I would be safe. I can't even sell it for $100.00 less than I paid for it. Anyone got a good slingshot?

Craig Hyde
3 Stars

Still Trying
June 3, 2009
I have not quite fired 100 rounds through this gun yet. At 25 yards, I can group the shots on a target and not quite cover them with my hand. The biggest disappointment was the scope. I fired less than 20 rounds and the center cross hair became detached from the scope and rolled to a 45 degree angle. I put a nice Bushnell 3X9 on it and can now hit a paper plate at 60 ft. I have never had a gun that had to break in before. I am not giving up and am still trying. All creatures are safe for now!

Guns man
5 Stars

Sweet as can be !!!
April 9, 2009
This gun is the gun to get !!! It is amazingly strong and the scope is unbelievable. The scope is easy to sight in and took me just 10 minutes to sight it in. It works best with the crosman premier pellets, the 1250 pack. In all excellent gun. Buy it !!!

Tony Nicosia
5 Stars

Great Gun
December 31, 2008
I just bought a Remington summit Air Rifle, and could not be happier. After reading some of the negative reviews about this gun I understand how some new owner may be unhappy about its accuracy. I think it may be a matter of patience. I put a hundred pellets through the gun to break it in before I mounted the scope. I spent around a half hour mounting and sighting the scope on the bench. I used a scope tool to âbore sightâ the scope, for windage and elevation. I also spent time adjusting the eye relief. Later that afternoon I took the gun to our local gun range. I shot about 10 pellets at a stationary set at target at 30 yards, while the gun was in a shooting rest. With a little adjustment of the scope I was able to shoot a 10 round group in the black that I could cover with a quarter. So with a little patience I think you will really like this gun. I would highly recommend this product Tony Nicosia Clayton, NC

5 Stars

well its all good
March 6, 2008
in reference to ted ok for the bullet drop that depends on the ballistics of the pellet so that would be little help each pellet will change things like accuracy as well as velocity so if each pellet effects these then it will effect the drop as well. so it will just be easiest to test and find ur most accurate pellet then go from there and u pellet may have even dropped a bit at 20 yards so it may never come back on line

Ted L. Johnson
4 Stars

Great Gun
December 4, 2007
So far, so good. One thing I would like to have had with the literature on the rifle is how to sight in the scope with relation to the trajectory arc. If I sight it in at 20 yards, what distance further out will it again be at the equivalent sighting? If you can help with any information, I would definitely appreciate it. Again, I am very satisfied with my purchase and delivery as well. Ted L. Johnson

5 Stars

Remington Summit .177 cal
March 1, 2007
Overall this is a nice air rifle for the price although I had to take the first one that I had back because of severe barrel droop (the rifle would shoot level at 10 yards with the scope elevation cranked all the way up. Before I traded it in I switched the scope mount rail around just in case it was slightly angled ( it didnât make a difference). For some reason the first Remington Summit I had came with scope covers that didnât fit the scope ...and the scopes and mounts between the two rifles I have had were slightly different although they were the same style: 4 bolt, one piece mount and 3 x 9 power 40mm scope ( It could be that they were produced in different years or different factories). The first scope mount had larger allen bolt heads but no scope stop pin, the second mount had smaller allen bolts with a scope stop pin ...both held the scope in place but I prefer the scope stop pin. The only difference on the scopes were the crosshair widths ...which isnât a big deal, they were just slightly different. The general rule of thumb for getting a springer to shoot groups is have the forestock resting on your open palm about an inch or so in front of the trigger guard. I have found with my Remington Summit that it likes to be supported much further down the forestock, in my case my left thumb is located where the screw holes are for the barrel pivot (right handed shooter). The rifle likes to be held very lightly and is quite temperamental as to how it will shoot based on how it is held. Once you find the sweet spot on the rifle it will group shots with no problem. The rifle has really good, consistent power and is quite capable of bringing down small game out to 30 to 40 yards with well placed shots. After trying a dozen or so different pellets I found my rifle likes the Gamo Hunters. The Summit will also consistently go supersonic with Gamo PBA pellets, so the advertised power is there (1000 fps max with lead, 1200 fps max with PBA). The rifle needs a drop of oil in the compression chamber about every 250 shots or so careful not to put too much oil in the chamber as the rifle will detonate on the next time it is fired and sound like a .22 LR going off, which isnât good if your a stealthy suburban hunter me on this one. So if you have just gotten a Summit donât give up on it too soon, it took me a good week to figure out how to shoot it takes lots of practice. And do make sure you clean the barrel and tighten down all the screws before you fire the rifle for the first time. Youâll probably have to re-tighten all the screws once or twice for the first 500 shots or so but after that the rifle tends to stay tight although a periodic check is always a good idea. Synopsis - Really nice looking gun with good power with a good scope although it is a bit difficult to dial in and get the feel for ...but not impossible. Iâm glad I gave this rifle a second chance.

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By john from douglas , georgia on June 6, 2012
Does this come with a noise dampener and, if so, does it work?

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