Insert a 12-gram CO2 cartridge, reinsert the rod and tighten the screw. Black gun shown for demonstration purposes only.
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*Your box and owner's manual may show a lower velocity, which Crosman states as "average velocity." However, 625 fps is the max velocity with lead pellets. If you shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger, your velocity will be lower. Since CO2 is a refrigerant, you will receive somewhat fewer shots and lower velocities compared with waiting 5-10 seconds between shots. This applies to all CO2 guns.
Crosman's 1077 was chosen for the 2001 Bikathlon Event at the Boy Scout Jamboree.
This 12-shot repeater runs on 12-gram CO2 cartridges and fires as fast as you can pull the trigger. It's lightweight, easy to use and delivers hours of fun. Just because it was used by the Boy Scouts, don't think it's just for kids. This rifle will become a favorite of kids, teens, moms, dads and senior citizens! Low on noise, the 1077 won't disturb those with sensitive ears or alert everyone in the neighborhood that you're shooting.
This air rifle will surprise you with its accuracy. Use good quality pellets, put a drop or two of Crosman Pellgunoil on the tip of each CO2 cartridge before inserting it into the gun, and the Crosman 1077 will deliver years of fun shooting and dependability.
The 12-shot rotary clip is easy to load. For even greater accuracy, you can mount a scope on the 11mm dovetails.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action only|
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Things I liked: Overall this is an Excellent CO2 Air Rifle! I read several reviews that said the CO2 leaks, this was my biggest concern! Mine does not leak! The rifle looks Great, shoots Great, feels Great! For the money, Outstanding!
Things I would have changed: The rifle is a little small for me, and lite, but this is NOT a real issue!
What others should know: Wood over plastic every time!
Things I liked: I have the synthetic stock version and love it. Could not pass up the wood version. It is about as simple a it get for a beginner and is till loads of fun for those of us who have several air guns. Both have been spot on as far as sights go.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: Buy several clips and save time reloading.
Things I liked: * I love the high shot count per CO2 cartridge! * I love the wood stock! It's also a decent piece of wood, will be great for refinishing/customizing. * I love that the 1077 is so well supported with third-party items. * Windage was perfect on the iron sights. About 3 shots was all it took to set the elevation.
Things I would have changed: I wish there were another way to open tube at the end of shooting. The knurls are hard on fingers, especially if there's a little bit of pressure in there but not enough to shoot.
What others should know: If I had bought this gun first, I might not have bought my others!
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What is the best grouping pellet for this particular rifle? What skirt size? Not interested in anyone's guess, only from real owner's experience. Thanks.
I live in a northern climate and am considering 1077W rifles for my visiting grandsons. Will I be disappointed with the CO2 performance in 35--40 degree outdoor temperatures? Most plinking would be at 15 to 20 yards. I have read reviews that these rifles have extremely low muzzle velocities in cold weather. I need acceptable accuracy. Advise, please.
CO2 will not function at 40 Deg F and below. It is sluggish at 50 deg F. CO2 is not for your needs.
I just purchased a Crosman 1077W, and it says to remove the CO2 cartridge when done for the day. I shot just to make sure the gun was OK, and to check it out. But had to leave to take my wife to work. There was still a lot of air in the CO2 Cartridge. I would think it would ruin the seals to release the pressure. Wouldn't it have been better to leave it till the next day when I could shoot it till empty?
No. Co2 Is a refrigerant. Leaving it in can damage your seals and ruin the gun. ALWAYS empty co2 when done firing.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|