0.177" (4.5mm), 660.0 fps, Synthetic, Ambi, Black
3-10 pumps, 18-rd BB mag & 5-rd pellet mag
660 fps/BBs, 625 fps/pellets (velocities in owner's manual are incorrect)
1-year limited warranty
List Price $99.99
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Estimated in-stock date 04-30-15
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Average Customer Review4.5 (123 reviews)
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Things I liked:This is a replica gun that you can actually shoot in your back yard. It is amazingly accurate for me at 25 feet I can keep a group dime sized with 4 pumps. Simple to operate and you can get a lot of practice for pennies. Great Marksmanship trainer for 10 and up...
Things I would have changed:I have ordered a carry handle with rear sight to see how it works and it would be a good idea to have the accessory offered for this gun.
What others should know:Be safe shoot straight
Things I liked:The ergonomics of the gun are fantastic. Size, weight, Picatinny rail for sights and the sights themselves are neat. (Yes, lots of plastic but that's OK). Accuracy with pellets is good.
Things I would have changed:Accuracy with bbs is not good. Also, the bb gravity feed system is sometimes troublesome, it needs to have the muzzle pointed down to load but even so, I have had a few failures to feed a bb into the chamber. The location and configuration of the bb feed opening is troublesome, and can result in spilled bbs. Perhaps a small indentation here would help. BB accuracy definitely needs to be improved, see below.
What others should know:The reviews on this gun are generally very good, many praise its accuracy. I think these folks are using pellets. If you are looking for a gun that performs well with both bbs and pellets, this is not the one. We use our guns for back yard target practice and plinking so we often use bbs when shooting soda cans and informal targets. Our Red Rider and the Umarex NXG give far tighter bb groups (and yes, we used the copper coated crosman bbs with the M4-177 as recommended by Crosman, the results were still terrible). Supported, at 30 ft the RR and NXG can yield bb impact circles about 2-2.5 inch in diameter, with the NXG generally tighter. The M4-177 under identical conditions yielded impact circles of about 6-8 inches, (shot groups of 5 to 10). With pellets the M4-177 did as well as the NXG. For all around performance with bbs and pellets, my vote is for the NXG. Because of its ergonomics, with better bb accuracy the M4 would be a serious competitor.
Things I liked:accuracy is good
Things I would have changed:trigger
What others should know:you can't put anything on the under rail on the barrel because it would get in the way of the pump.
Model Assistant Crosman M4-177 Multi-Pump Air Rifle, Adj. Stock
Compatible with Crosman M4-177 Multi-Pump Air Rifle, Adj. Stock
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