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: I liked the 1077 so decided to get the wood version because I am old school and like wood. As someone else commented it is much darker than the picture. I think I will take it down and refinish it.
Things I would have changed: Lighter more natural wood finish. Invent a way to tell when you are out of pellets. When shooting I lose count long before 12.
Things I liked: I love this pellet rifle. I was hesitant to write a review without testing it first. Just got a few weeks ago. I wanted to see if I could leave the CO2 cartridge in it between shooting it. I'm 73, and only get a chance to shoot it every few days, and then only a few shots. I have lost more than one gas seal from slowly letting the air out of a CO2 cartridge. It hurts it worse to let the air out, than leaving the cartridge in, so long as you haven't over tightened the cartridge to begin with. I've left CO2 cartridge in my Crosman 2400 for months, and I've had it 15yrs. No problem. So far I've had no problem with the 1077W. It's got plenty of power, and holds pressure great. I use a target on cedar laths that you use to bank a home for winter, and it drives a pellet thru the lath. If anything were to go wrong with it, seeing it's all plastic, I'd buy the 1077, and put it in my wood stock.
Things I would have changed: Make a more expensive rifle out of metal. People would still buy them.
What others should know: Just that it does as much harm leaking air past the seals as it does leaving the cartridge in. Except if you have children in the house, than you should remove the cartridge in order to prevent an accident. I have no children at home, and my guns are locked up with the firearms.
Things I liked: Things that I like so far are of course the wood stock. I just think rifles look so much better dressed in wood than plastic. The weight, or the lack of is nice. The multi-shot rotary clip and mag are nice. Buy extras!
Things I would have changed: Metal instead of plastic for the breach and scope dovetail. I understand that would up the cost a bit but I would pay it. The grip on the wood stock is too thick for smaller hands. I bought this with the intention of shooting with my children, so the beefy grip is an issue. I'll just have to buy the synthetic stock version now too.
What others should know: Tried a variety of different pellets. All performed well at 10 yards. Yes that is a short distance but reasonable for this lower powered co2 rifle. RWS Meisterkugeln and Hobby's did very well. Tried the heavier Beeman Kodiaks/H&N Baracudas but the round nose pellets wanted to jam the rotary clips. The nose is just a hair too long. Crosman Premier HP's did well too. Also as stated above, If you intend to buy one to introduce your children to shooting consider the synthetic stock version. The wood has a pretty beefy grip. Buy one in either version! Too much fun.
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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?
Is the muzzle velocity adjustable on this rifle or on any co2 rifles? Thanks, Rich
No. All CO2 guns are fixed power.
What is the trigger pull on the Crossman 1077W?
|Max Velocity||625 fps|