- Multi-pump pneumatic
- 3-10 pumps (never exceed 10 pumps)
- 300-rd BB reservoir, 5-rd pellet mag
- 800 fps with steel BBs, 750 fps with lightweight pellets
- No open sights
- Full-length Weaver/Picatinny optics rails
- Accessory rail
- Manual safety
- Rubber buttpad
- Ammo storage in buttstock*
- Includes rifle, soft case, dot sight w/integral Picatinny mount, 2 clips, pellets and BBs, and safety glasses
*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.
Dot sight specs:
- Unlimited eye relief
- 3 MOA red dot
- 5 brightness settings
- Phase-coated lenses
- Weather-proof polymer body
- Integral Picatinny mount
- 3.15" long
Multi-pump pneumatics are perfect for any type of shooter. No other type of powerplant lets the shooter decide how much effort to put into operating the gun. Of course, the more power you want, the more times you'll have to pump the foream. But you can spend a whole day pumping the gun only 3 times for each shot and not wear yourself out. No expensive accessories, no CO2. Just add ammo, and you're ready for a good time.
Since the Crosman MK-177 shoots either BBs or pellets, use whatever ammo you've got on hand. BBs are inexpensive and are fun for shooting paper targets and more. To get the most accuracy from your MK-177, use good-quality lead pellets.
The pellet clips are the same ones used by the Crosman 760 Pumpmaster. The gun comes with 2 of them, but you can buy a pack of 4 of these in the accessories link. Load up before shooting 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.