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*This 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.
One of the most fun rifles you'll ever shoot! In fact, Crosman's 1077 was chosen for the 2001 Bikathlon Event at the Boy Scout Jamboree.
This 12-shot repeater runs on standard 12-gram CO2 cartridges and fires as fast as you can pull the trigger. The synthetic stock is durable, will stand up to decades of use and features a checkered pistol grip and forearm. It's lightweight, easy to use and will provide hours of fun for the whole family. Low on noise, the 1077 won't disturb those with sensitive ears or alert everyone in the neighborhood that you're shooting.
Just because this is a reasonably priced gun, don't get the idea that it won't hit its mark. It's accurate and will hit its intended target every time if YOU'RE a good shot! The 1077 is an ideal rifle for kids (with adult supervision) and smaller adults.
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|
|Max Shots per Fill||50|
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Things I liked: I got my 1077 waaaaay back in 1993. What a great lil rifle it lasted til this summer when the seals finally failed. What I like is that it was easy to work on the gun and replace the seals, pop in a new main valve, and make some other mods and now it's better than new. Its a compact rifle with classic style, inexpensive to obtain and provision. I finally put on a scope - Leapers 1-4.5x28 - and was able to easily shoot 10 shot strings in a half inch group at 10m, 1 inch groups at 20m. Importantly I did add the delrin barrel stabilizer while i had everything taken down for the rebuild, this along with working the crown and the breech ends of the barrel to smooth them out has had noticeable effects on POI and limiting flyers. I liked the open sights, mine was old enough to have a simple front blade, but I like the scope for my older eyes. For the price this has been a great rifle, long lasting, super fun to shoot.
Things I would have changed: Things I did change: Drilled and installed a trigger spring retaining screw, removed the hammer latch assembly, added an o-ring to the hammer spring to increase the hitting power of the hammer, silicone lube the trigger rails and slots, changed the detent spring to something about twice the weight and 1/8 inch longer, added an o-ring 5mm i.d.x 2mm thick to the detent (snugs it up totally in the detent cap to minimize gas blow-by, this one is really important to do), polished both ends of the barrel smooth, installed delrin barrel shim in the shroud to stabilize the barrel (with the old front sight I had to drill out the back portion to allow the newly centered barrel to sit inside the sight tube), flat black paint the barrel shroud and gas tube (7 coats including matte clear coat) camo painted the stock, added silica sand into the stock hollow to counter weight the scope I added, that put about 8 oz below the receiver to make the piece less top heavy.
What others should know: The changes I made were sort of an experiment on a 25 year old fun gun. There is a lot of info out there on the efficacy of these kinds of modifications so if you have a newer 1077 and you love it, read up thoroughly and decide carefully what you really need to do to make it better. I just bought a Chrony and am waiting for it to do some speed testing, but I can tell from inspection of the target backstop and the deformation of the pellets that the rifle is hitting way harder. Once I can chrony the speed I can calculate the power. I guess what I would offer is that this little rifle is pretty easy to maintain and optimize. It is fun to shoot and to work on, and if people keep in mind what it was designed for, then the value on offer is really outstanding. While I have read of buyers having problems with later models, my experience has been the opposite - super reliable, super fun, 25 years of performance as advertised!
Things I liked: Not much...should have spent a little more money and got better product. only thing I like is being able to firer off 10 shots being co2 powered.
Things I would have changed: TRIGGER is just plain TERRIBLE !!! after taking up the slack and squeezing the trigger it 'll pull your shot to the left or right of the target, the trigger justs Sucks !
What others should know: don't go for the lowest price air rifle
Things I liked: Owned one since 1988. It went to that big armory in the sky after grandson left it outside, and it found it's way under a tractor wheel. Had to have another because they are so much fun to shoot. Old stock was gray. this one is black, but it shoots just as well as the old one.
Things I would have changed: Nothing...
What others should know: Hits hard for a CO2. Great little plinker. Trigger pull a little hard, but you adapt.
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I think I have a co2 cartridge stuck in my 1077
If you can not get the CO2 cart out. Get the gun serviced.
Co2 cartridge does not open,when screw gets tighened
Gun is defective. Return it.
Which pellets provide the best accuracy for this gun?
Shoot a light pellet. A 7 grain waddcutter. You have to try pellets to find which shoots best.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|