Crosman 1077 [ 177cal ] Reviews



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Crosman 1077 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Guest
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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This is the best value for money one can buy air rifle. With the cost of a pizza out you can buy a piece of real all American technology, that, wether you will keep it as it is, light and easy, or you will get hours of fun modding something made as you imagine it, will give you hours of fun, just plinkin, shootin pests or reading about it…..highly recommended, very sharp and powerful for his class, and with mods…more! Specially last improved US version declared up to 780fps! Verified!


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Crosman 1077 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Brandon A
Recommended: Not Recommended
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I have this rifle sitting in my closet. And after reading reviews I just decided to take it to the pawn shop! I saw an American classic there, and I read you can customize the hell out of those. SO all in all, get a better gun then this one

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Crosman 1077 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Mark
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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I have owned two of these air guns and both were a lot of fun. The first was a plastic stocked model that I paid about $60.00 for. It shot accurately and at the advertised velocity,except the first shot which was almost 100 feet per second faster.The second is a 1077W. It shoots as fast as the first one but a little less accurate. The best feature about the gun is that it is a semi automatic. You get about 40 to 45 shots from 1 co2 cartridge and 12 shots as fast as you can pull the trigger. The trigger pull is long and a little heavy but when you consider that you are advancing the pellet cylinder each time you fire the gun its not that bad. Its like double action shooting a revolver. The wood stocked version has a more substantial feel than the plastic one. Both guns are a lot of fun to shoot and I don’t think you can another semi auto for so little money.

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Reviewer: Joe Mac
Recommended: Recommended
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I have to agree with DAckerson’s Review. I have had my 1077 for around six months now. First off… It’s a plinking gun and it acts like a typical repeater.

I have even done a few mods to it.

� Red Dot sight

� Custom Muzzle Break for weight, balance & to cover up the remains of the front sight.

� Even working on a vented Hand Guard to cover up the holes left behind from removing the rear sights.

I�ve had a blast with this little gun. It�s just fun� The max depth of my backyard range is 45 yards� I can hit 10 out of 12 shots in a 6� target with little to no problem� Yes I use a rest at that range.

I just set up 4� steel targets and hit them at that range too.

We also pick off lizards with no problems�

It does perform the best between 20 & 30 yards.

Like I said� in my opinion� It�s made for plinking�

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Crosman 1077 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: Mike
Recommended: Recommended
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I got this used at a Gun shop for $20. The model I have is almost 20 years old. It is poorly constructed. Cheap plastic parts. The trigger pull sometimes leaves me wondering if anything has happend at all. The purpose of the barrell (decocker) for lack of a better term is still a mystery to me.

I only bought it for the fact that it is a semi auto. I use it specifically for mice on the run either in my house or in the barn. Anything more than that it is crap. It did leave gaping wounds in the mice that I did shoot with it. The accuracy is only what can be expected from a CO powered rifle.

In closing this is fine for the purpose of getting quick shots off on a running small rodent at close range (10-20 ft.) As far as target shooting it is reasonably accurate at close distances. I wouldn’t recommend it for that purpose though.

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Crosman 1077 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: leroy
Recommended: Not Recommended
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two thumbs for being a repeater and somewhat accurate.

not enough power to hunt with. occasionally it’ll kill a bird here and there(at short ranges only). the action is cheaply constructed, do not attempt to re-tighten any loose screws, it will just strip. trigger becomes very hard to pull after a while of having the gun. plastic parts inside the gun will break or gets loose and rattle when handling it. if you ever do decide to buy one, get the cheap black plastic version first to see if you like it(they all have the same plastic rifle action just a the stocks variety can be different), other wise the wooden stock versions are going cost almost as much as a decent and more powerful break barrel springer.

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Reviewer: Art
Recommended: Not Recommended
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Horrible accuracy and a truly horrendous trigger pull. Squeezing off 5 quick shots will bring a blister up on your shooting finger.

Cheaply and crudely made with the exception of the wood stock models.

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Reviewer: Lee
Recommended: Not Recommended
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just to begin it with the procedure of loading and reloading.

1)you take the magazine off.

2)unlock and remove the revolver cartridge that is hosted by the magazine that had to be removed from the gun itself.

3)after it’s loaded you must do the reverse in the order of step 2, then step 1.

that is the first problem. the second is, if you pull the trigger fast for rapid firing. only the first few shots that leaves the barrel is strong enough to go through a beer can, the rest kinda just rainbows out of the barrel 5 feet away. you must shoot it and then let it get warm again to aquire the some full power shots. the gun needs to be stronger. this gun is very sharp at shooting. you can everytime hit what you want to with little effort. rats just scratches there butts and look around for what hit them so its not the rabbit hunter at all. not a hunting air rifle. best use for it is target shooting in the back yard.

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Crosman 1077 [ 177cal ]


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Reviewer: dave
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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A great gun at a give away price. Crosman has sold something along 1,000,000 of these things. Problems are rare.

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Reviewer: deano
Recommended: Not Recommended
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Nicknamed the “Rabbit-stopper”………….dont buy one ! , drastically underpowered , they feel like a childs toy. This rifle will NOT stop a rabbit……only to scratch itself.

Poor build quality and “snatchy” bolt action make this rifle bin fodder.

Definately NOT recommended