Date: 19/10/2017 2:15

Crosman MTR77 NP Scoped Air Rifle

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  • Joseph from USA asked:

    can this be bought without a scope but with a carry handle and open sights ???

    • Joseph from USA asked:

      How difficult is it to break the barrel at 45 #

      • Tyler from USA:

        Breaking the barrel is easy. Just give the tip of the barrel a good whack (like a karate chop) with the hand to break it open.

    • Joseph from USA asked:

      How hard is it to load the piston? ( std term is bad language) I'm 75 and not 25 years old any more >>>

      • Tyler from USA:

        45 lbs

    • Peter from USA asked:

      Where can I find an MTR77 carry handle? I can't seem to find one on this sight?

      • Calvin from USA asked:

        Will a crosman shockwave fit inside of the ar15 body??

        • Francis Allen from USA asked:

          do you ship to the philippines?

          • Luis from USA:


        • cj from USA asked:

          I left my nitro piston gun cocked for about a week. Will this affect velocity?

          • Tyler from USA:

            Unless a seal in the NP was compromised, it should not have any impact.

        • Bob Bitchin from USA asked:

          Can you swap the forward grip for a quad rail system?

          • Tyler from USA:

            No, it is specially made to work with the break barrel mechanism. A standard quad rail would not work.

        • cj from USA asked:

          If loaded with a hunting pellet, can I take a squirrel with a body shot?

          • JON from USA:

            Sure, it's an 18 fpe gun, so it should be able to dispatch squirrel or wabbit sized game, the pellet you use is gonna matter. I'm partial to H+N hunter extremes or polymags for fur in .177 and this rifle will handle the weight of those pellets no sweat.

          • gerald from USA:

            Yes if hit in the Vidal's but head shots are always better if possible

        • cj from USA asked:

          does this gun come with the scope mounted?

          • Stanley from USA:


        • cj from USA asked:

          can I hunt squirrels accurately at around 25 yards?

          • JON from USA:

            What he said ......

          • gerald from USA:

            Yes if you find the right pellet for you gun and practice .as with all accuracy practice make perfect .

        • Jim from USA asked:

          Is this available with carry handle and front site?

          • Jose from USA:

            No, just the scope.

        • Shaun from USA asked:

          What is the diameter of the barrell?

          • Joseph from USA asked:

            Will this specific rifle kill arctic hare?

            • Ron from USA asked:

              What size Slip On Recoil Pad would work best with this air rifle?

              • Dalton from USA asked:

                I live in Canada and if you get a airgun with a velocity over 500 fps you must have a firearms licence, so if I order this gun will I be expecting to get detuned version or the same 1200 fps

                • Gregory from Canada:

                  By the way, the detuned version of this rifle is actually rated for 495 with standard Crosman premiere pellets instead of alloy lightweight pellets like most of crosman's detuned M4-177 is detuned and probably only shoots standard 7-8 grain pellets around 400 fps, which is disappointing...but this mtr77np kicks but for a detuned air rifle!

                • Gregory from Canada:

                  You can't get a detuned version here...D&L airguns in Langley BC has a couple MTR77NP's in stock, but they aren't on their website so contact them and Kelley will hook you up...I just got one including tax and shipping for $255

              • kev from Canada asked:

                will this ship to Canada?

                • Dan the Man from USA:

                  No, shoots over 500 feet per second.

                • Tyler from USA:

                  No it will not.

              • joe from USA asked:

                what am i doing wrong i sighted 2 different mtr77 in with 5 diffent scopes and every time i take the gun out of my safe it shoots 3 inches low... remember 2 different mtr77 whats the problem

                • Brian from USA:

                  if you have a loose grip on the rifle the pellets drop but if you keep a tight grip your gun should shoot just fine.

              • Chevota from USA asked:

                Anyone have velocity numbers with the pellet weight? I'm curious how much power is lost with the short barrel.

                • Kenneth from USA:

                  The answer from Dan shows how we are all but lied to about velocity. This gun is advertised with a maximum of 1200fps and using H&N 5.56 grain lead free pellets it is just shy of the advertised 1200. I pulled out some pellets I have and found H&N 6.48 grain lead free pellets I bought to shoot inside without putting lead dust in the air. This 6.46gr pellet feels like a tiny cotton ball in my hand and the pellet used in the video Dan mentions is about 1 grain lighter. How about we customers make them advertise velocity with a realistic weight lead pellet we are likely to use. I doubt this gun could hit 900fps with a lead pellet with a back breeze. Thank you Robert for asking this question. I'm sick of inflated velocity numbers using super light pellets and not telling us that part. Ken W. from Massachusetts.

                • Dan the Man from USA:

                  According to the video, 1,182 fps with H&N 5.56 lead free pellets.

              • danielcatt from USA asked:

                can I buy open sight kit for this rifle?

                • Charles from Canada:

                  You can buy one with opens sights on a removable carry handle

              • danielcatt from USA asked:

                Scope is crap, tried red dot, with better results, .Any suggestions for after market open sights??

                • Tyler from USA:

                  Most standard AR sights will work on it. Anything that can attach to a weaver/picatinny rail.