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    Crosman MK-177 Tactical Pneumatic Air Rifle, Black

    Crosman MK-177 Tactical Pneumatic Air Rifle, Black

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    • Description
    • Specifications
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    • Multi-pump pneumatic
    • 3-10 pumps (never exceed 10 pumps)
    • Bolt-action
    • Repeater
    • 300-rd BB reservoir, 5-rd pellet mag
    • 800 fps with steel BBs, 750 fps with lightweight pellets
    • Fully adjustable rear sight
    • Front sight adjustable for elevation
    • Both sights are removable
    • Full-length Weaver/Picatinny optics rails
    • Accessory rail
    • Manual safety
    • Rubber buttpad
    • Ammo storage in buttstock*

    *Look at our zoomed images to see this compartment. The buttpad may be very difficult to remove the first time or two. It may be a little easier to remove it by wiggling it back and forth (left to right) instead of up and down. And pull hard to get it out! As you remove and reinsert the buttpad, it will loosen up a bit.

    Multi-pumps have stood the test of time because they're perfect for all shooters. Everyone can shoot a multi-pump. If you're young or small or don't have any muscle power, put just 3 pumps in the gun and shoot it. If you like power and can pump a lot, then go all the way up to full power with 10 pumps.

    The Crosman MK-177 shoots either BBs or pellets, allowing you to shoot whatever ammo you've got on hand. Combine that with the varible number of pumps, and you've got the perfect airgun.

    Get extra clips if you want to shoot pellets (same ones used by the Crosman 760 Pumpmaster) and load up so you don't have to interrupt your range time with a lot of reloading.

    When you shoot steel BBs, do not shoot at hard objects or water. The BBs will ricochet! No matter what ammo you're using, remember to wear safety glasses. In fact, everyone in the vicinity of the range should wear safety glasses, even if they're not shooting. Remember to remove all pets from the range before you start shooting.
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    0.177" (4.5mm)
    800 fps
    3-10 pumps
    Adjustable for elevation
    Adjustable for windage and elevation
    Multi-pump pneumatic
    Multiple settings
    3.5 lbs
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    Overall rating:1.0 1.0

    Value for money:2.0 2.0

    Accuracy:1.0 1.0

      By Jason from USA on 2014-03-18
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    Things I liked:Aside from all of its problems the thing looks awesome. And i like how the front rails on the pump are mounted at the side instead of the bottom so whatever you mount on the bottom does not bump when you are pumping
    Things I would have changed:Everything. The trigger has a massive pull, this thing is LOUD, the pump on it is extremely clumsy and is also loud. The pump has some kind of strange locking mechanism on it so that at the end of the pump it snaps into place, makes it very difficult to open it for another pump, also the pump is heavy, i am a 6' 3" male and i had difficulty getting it over 6 pumps.
    What others should know:This Airgun may look awesome, but its terrible. I bought this one towards the end of the semester and finally got the chance to shoot it. i load it up with bb's (also not an easy thing to do) and 7 shots later the bbs stopped loading from the hopper. i did everything i could think of to try and get them to load aside from taking the gun apart. bolt goes back and no bbs come out of the hopper and attach to the magnet. maybe i got the defective one of the batch but i can only make a review based on what i have in front of me

    Overall rating:3.0 3.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

    Accuracy:4.0 4.0

      By Jeff17766 from USA on 2013-12-28
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    Things I liked:Power and accuracy.
    Things I would have changed:The toyish looks.
    What others should know:To me it's kind of to toyish looking.

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Accuracy:3.0 3.0

      By Surculus from USA on 2013-12-21
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    Things I liked:The looks [since it is basically a 760 in fancy dress, you should definitely shop for something else if you don't like the looks... ;) ] The balance [it's pretty light, so balance is an easily overlooked essential.] It comes with a useful set of basic sights. [But much better than the usual *extremely* rudimentary ones you'd expect of airguns in this price range.]
    Things I would have changed:Save the expense on molding in useless frippery like Allen bolt heads [& then hold the thing together w/ a bazillion tiny Phillips head screws waiting to strip out?], non-functional magazines [at least mold in a sliding cover or a rubber plug on the bottom so the space can be used] and non-functioning adjustable cheek rests in favor of spending a little more on useful items [like a self-indexing pellet magazine so that the loading cycle is sped up by about 3x.]
    What others should know:Charging this puppy w/ air is LOUD! The combination of a fairly thin plastic pump handle and a mostly-hollow forestock leads to truly impressive WHACKING sounds when pumping up this bad boy. I'm still working on how to reduce the noise level some [I'm not expecting silence, esp. not at this price point!] but for now, you'll want to wear ear plugs when shooting this, not for the muzzle blast, but to protect your hearing from the constant clacking of the recharge cycle...
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    • david from USA asked:

      Has anyone chronographed this at 800 fps?

      • clyde from USA asked:

        is this rifle a single shot?

        • Surculus from USA:

          Basically, yes. It's a pump up, so you'd have to stop and pump it for each shot anyway, so that's not unexpected. It comes with a 5rd strip feed 'magazine' for pellets [which must be in place to shoot BBs, but doesn't require indexing for that scenario, as BBs load from an internal magazine.]

      Item DescriptionCaliberMax VelocityItemCodeStockGripColor
      800 fps with steel BBs, 750 fps with lightweight pellets

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      0.177" (4.5mm)800 fpsCR-30117 [PY-3180-6158]SyntheticAmbiBlack


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