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1-year limited warranty
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Things I liked: Factory replacement, operates just as it should out of the box.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: If you own the 1077 you will quickly discover you are going to get about 30 shots per CO2 cartridge before power significantly drops off to zero. When they kicked the velocity up on this rifle, which I love, it became a bit of a gas hog. That said, if you deploy three of these 10 round box magazines, you will only have to reload them every time you swap out the CO2 cartridges. Makes for much more enjoyable usage if you purchase the three pack of 10 rnd. clips with it.
Things I liked: I like having spare parts for everything I own, and this extra mag holder is a perfect example. Fair price, and a great design.
Things I would have changed: Nothing to change on this guy!
Things I liked: Works great as advertised.. If you own the Regular Crosman 1077 CO2 Rifle or the 1077W wood stock version, may as well order several of these magazine assemblies and some extra round 12 shot pellet holders to fit this magazine assembly. My neighbor friend down the road a piece from me and I both own (him the regular 1077 & me the 1077W) these pellet rifles.. Plus these extra mag-assembly(s) and round 12 shot pellet clips. Makes it much easier, with the Grand Kids plinking in the backyard, while using these quick action CO2 Rifles to keep on shooting with the magazine assemblies and 12 round clips ALL ready to go.
Things I would have changed: Nothing and great as is..
What others should know: If you order the Crosman regular 1077 and/or the 1077W, don't forget to also order the extra 1077-002 magazine assembly(s) and the extra round 12 shot pellet clips..
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Does the magazine of the crossman 1077 fits in the new Benjamin wildfire pcp rifle?
Is there any kind of retaining mechanism for the pellet clips that that fits in the magazine? Do they click, or snap in place, or do they fall out if the magazine is turned to the side....?
There is a pin that slides into clip to hold in place i n the magazine. Easy to operate and stays in place.