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    Product: Crosman MTR77 NP Scoped Air Rifle

    Crosman MTR77 NP Scoped Air Rifle Air rifle
    Review entered on 2013-09-07 21:53:19

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Accuracy:4.0 4.0

      By John from USA on 2013-09-07
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    3.01 rating
     
    Things I liked:he Crosman MTR77 NP Is relatively heavy but feels rugged, It feels like and of course looks like the M16. Like the M16 you have to press your cheek on the stock to sight properly; providing the shooter another reference to be consistently accurate. I find the recoil also makes it feel like a real gun (feels real to the cheek). I expected the nitrogen piston to recoil less then the spring piston but it seems as much to me. I find the gun very accurate.
    Things I would have changed:The trigger takes so much pressure to pull my hand gets fatigued. I don't like the trigger on the MTR77
    What others should know:The Crosman MTR77 NP Is relatively heavy but feels rugged, It feels like and of course looks like the M16. Like the M16 you have to press your cheek on the stock to sight properly; providing the shooter another reference to be consistently accurate. I find the recoil also makes it feel like a real gun (feels real to the cheek). I expected the nitrogen piston to recoil less then the spring piston but it seems as much to me. I find the gun very accurate and I could be even more accurate If the trigger was decent. The trigger takes so much pressure to pull my hand gets fatigued. I don't like the trigger on the MTR77 or the Benjamin Trail pistol. I love the trigger on my Benjamin Marauder. All pellet guns should have such a trigger. Cocking the break barrel takes a little bit of elbow grease(45 lb.). I put the but of the stock in the cress of my hip and notice the bruises in the shower. I like the sturdiness and the strength of the MTR77. It seems very powerful. I have hit a four inch target at 60 yards by aiming right at the target. The target is on the water and the water conditions could have a lot to do with the shot. Another reason I bought and like the MTR77 is Weaver style rails. I got the accompanying scope close to zeroed and replaced it with the CenterPoint red/green reflex sight to finish breaking the rifle in. When I go back to the rest and target at 10 meters I will check the zero on the CenterPoint and change back to the 4X scope and finish zeroing it, expecting to be able to change the scope and reflex sight out and be close to zero immediately.

    Product: CenterPoint 30mm Metal Enclosed Red/Green Reflex Sight, Built-in Weaver-Style Mounting System

    CenterPoint 30mm Metal Enclosed Red/Green Reflex Sight, Built-in Weaver-Style Mounting System
    Review entered on 2013-09-07 21:58:26

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

      By John from USA on 2013-09-07
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    5.01 rating
     
    Things I liked:The sight seems to respond when you are setting it and stays where you set it.
    Things I would have changed:I find the Dot to big.
    What others should know:I put the CenterPoint red/green reflex sight on a new Crosman MTR77 NP and the sight was very close to zeroed. I shot it about 50 to 60 rounds and then brought in in closer, shot it about 100 rounds and zeroed it. The sight seems to respond when you are setting it and stays where you set it. I would like the dot to be smaller so I set the lowest brightness green dot in the day time and supper impose the dot over the target. It is nice when the target is dark enough to show through the dot well. There is nothing else to the sight but the red or green dot and five levels of brightness but for the price you can't beat the sight. I find a reflex sight more fun to shot then iron sights.
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