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|Max Velocity||1200 fps|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
Things I liked: the weight and it's got the perfect feel and its dead on balls at 20-25 yards(nail driver) with 7.9gr crossman premier hollow point very powerful gun it is now my go to gun..my other gun is a gamo bone collector .22 which i have dialed in just as good but this gun feels so good to handle and shoulder's just right...I do use a front sand bag when i shoot fyi..I can rest it on the short barrel or the forearm and get the same results.
Things I would have changed: I upgraded to a centerpoint 3-9x40AO scope and put a UGT dovetail to weaver mount.
What others should know: great gun great power i would recomend this gun to anyone but since its light it does kick a little and the second stage of the trigger is long, iv had misfire's bc of this but im at least 1000 rounds in and im used to it now.
Things I liked: Tactical look, light weight, storage in butt stock, great price, feels good stock to shoulder with correct eye placement to scope. Nice balance to the rifle at rear of foregrip. I like the pistol grip type stocks. Nitro piston guns can remain cocked and loaded for hours, great while pest hunting.
Things I would have changed: Sell it without the cheap scope and rings and install a better trigger. Add additional storage in the hollow pistol grip and sling atachments would be nice.
What others should know: The TR77 as pictured is not what I received, I received the TR77 NPS. The S stands for Short barrel. No big deal, I like the looks of it better than the TR77 NP. I mounted the cheap scope and rings for the break in period, about 250 rounds. The scope would not hold 0 at all, and could not do better than a 2.5" 10 shot group at 25 yds. The trigger has such a long hard pull, you didn't know when the gun would go off, which I'm sure affected the grouping. After break in, the rifle has become much smoother to cock, and nowhere near as loud as new. With a new 4x12x40 scope with heavy duty rings, and some trigger work, I have reduced 25 yd 10 shot groups to 1" using Crosman Primier domed 7.9gr pellets. So as purchased accuracy was less than 4 stars, now it's a 5. This is a great rifle with a lot of potential, at a good price for the value. Accessories plentiful for tactical style rifles here at Pyramyd Air. If you receive the TR77 NPS, you will not be disappointed.
Things I liked: Most everything.
Things I would have changed: Storage in pistol grip as well as in the butt and iron sights
What others should know: When mine arrived I shot it several times and it was fairly powerful. The issue I had was that the 'suppressor' on the end of the barrel was not inline with the barrel itself. If there were iron sights on it I doubt it could have been possible to use them. I noticed it when mounting the scope. I couldn't deal with that because of potential (if not actual) clipping the pellet as it left the Barrel. I returned it and PA was more that satisfactory in trading it for the Hatsan 95, which is a great gun. BOTTOM LINE: If I could have viewed a second TR-77 rifle before I traded it I would have but I didn't want to take a second chance with one on mail order. Except for the manufacturing flaw I described, it was good!
My tr77 rifle broke and I am looking for the mainspring. How many coils does the mainspring has.
|Max Velocity||1200 fps|