Insert a 12-gram CO2 cartridge, reinsert the rod and tighten the screw. Black gun shown for demonstration purposes only.
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*Your box and owner's manual may show a lower velocity, which Crosman states as "average velocity." However, 625 fps is the max velocity with lead pellets. If you shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger, your velocity will be lower. Since CO2 is a refrigerant, you will receive somewhat fewer shots and lower velocities compared with waiting 5-10 seconds between shots. This applies to all CO2 guns.
Crosman's 1077 was chosen for the 2001 Bikathlon Event at the Boy Scout Jamboree.
This 12-shot repeater runs on 12-gram CO2 cartridges and fires as fast as you can pull the trigger. It's lightweight, easy to use and delivers hours of fun. Just because it was used by the Boy Scouts, don't think it's just for kids. This rifle will become a favorite of kids, teens, moms, dads and senior citizens! Low on noise, the 1077 won't disturb those with sensitive ears or alert everyone in the neighborhood that you're shooting.
This air rifle will surprise you with its accuracy. Use good quality pellets, put a drop or two of Crosman Pellgunoil on the tip of each CO2 cartridge before inserting it into the gun, and the Crosman 1077 will deliver years of fun shooting and dependability.
The 12-shot rotary clip is easy to load. For even greater accuracy, you can mount a scope on the 11mm dovetails.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action only|
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Things I liked: I love the wood stock. It makes the gun feel real and not like a plastic toy. The open sights are well placed and accurate. I love the fact it is based on my real Ruder 10/22 rifle and the 1077 mags operate like the real deal.
Things I would have changed: Ditch the plastic toy like stock and issue only the wood stock. (different strokes for different folks)
What others should know: I bought a mag for each of my clips so it operates like the real Ruger 10/22. A great gun for novice and expert pellet shooter.
Things I liked: I LOVE the wooden finish. It's easy to load, feels fantastic in the hand and for the price I think it's quite simply perfect.
Things I would have changed: Sling swivels, that's all.
What others should know: I bought the synthetic stock version first because it was cheaper. Trust me here when I say don't waste your time. Spend the extra $42 and get the wooden version instead. Nothing against the synth version, it's quite nice in its own right, but it's nothing compared to this.
Things I liked: Still nicely done. I had one of these years ago when they still made the stocks out of walnut. I think they use beech or birch now. But they do look nice and with the harder wood they will take everyday use better. The color is a bit darker than I would like but its easy enough to redo if you wish. Just a solid gun. I have not shot this one yet but I did use the one I had in the past a lot and it works just fine. A take off of the Ruger 10/22 Very nice fit and finish and it has some heft to it. Also it is a nice compact size, handles well.
Things I would have changed: Maybe add sling swivels. I can add my own but it would be nice if it came with them. Other than that its fine as it arrives.
What others should know: In the past I got a lot of shots per CO2 cartridge. Just a good handling and pretty gun. Yes the polymer one is less expensive but the wood does look nice.
Crosman site say the plastic version is built in the USA, no such note on the wood version, can anyone confirm the country of manufacture? Would really like to support the Crosman US based folks and purchase a rifle model that is still being manufactured domestically.
Ok I took the chance and ordered one anyway, so I'll answer my own question. Yes it is made in the USA! Or at least assembled here which is a positive in my book. I'll add an observation, the wood on mine is significantly darker than the picture above or examples I've seen online, not a complaint just an observation. The examples I have seen are very close to the tone of my 10/22 the 1077 I relieved is more like a dark furniture color.
Would it be possible to get a replacement barrel that isn't rifled? I'd like to shoot steel BBs from this but the rifling would make the BBs wildly inaccurate.
Does anyone know what the barrel diameter is?
|Max Velocity||625 fps|