Easy BB loading port
Easy to load single shot tray for pellets
Recessed area for improved pumping/grip leverage
Improved trigger-crisper with less play
3 piece stock and receiver-Improved durability-Classic Brown and Black look.
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1-year limited warranty
List Price $50.00, Orig.Price $39.95 Save $5.00 (12%)
The 760 Pumpmaster is what all the other multi-pump pneumatics want to be! In production for decades, over 10 million have been sold. It shoots BBs or .177 pellets and does so with power and accuracy.
At less than 3 lbs., it's a great starter air rifle. The stock and forearm are made of a durable synthetic that takes lots of use and still looks good. An economical rifle, the Pumpmaster takes 3 to 10 pumps to send BBs up to 625 fps and pellets up to 600 fps. The checkering on the grip and the indentations on the pump handle make it that much easier to get a grip and stay on target.
Ideal for plinking and target shooting. (Never shoot BBs at metal objects!) It's so light that you can shoot all day! Suitable for younger shooters (with adult supervision) and smaller adults.
Pellets are loaded one at a time, while BBs have an 18-shot magazine, which is fed from the 200-shot reservoir. It comes with a fixed front sight, but you can get even more accuracy by mounting a scope or red dot on the 11mm dovetail.
Cick on the AMMO link for a list of recommended pellets and BBs for plinking and hunting. Find targets, safety glasses and other necessities by clicking on our ACCESSORIES link.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|
|Cocking Effort||3-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for elevation|
|Trigger Pull||4.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Large magazine for BB's Easy to chamber BB. Pump isn't too bad. Looks nice
Things I would have changed: Make it signiificantly more accurate. Shot pattern at 15 feet was terrrible so bad the rifle is 100% unpleasant to use for anything but a ornament. 1 foot left to right and over 2 feet vertical dispersion.
What others should know: Contact Crosman to gain full knowledge about warranty if you get a scattergun lemon like I did.
Things I liked: it works because I like the option of pellets or BB's
Things I would have changed: a little broader pump handle
What others should know: the cocking mechanism tends to stick at times when trying to push a pellet or BB in.
Things I liked: This is a classic, well-constructed and inexpensive plinking/target shooting air rifle made here in the USA. I wanted a backyard friendly plinking rifle. This is my main reason for buying this model.
Things I would have changed: The trigger is a little stiff, but not unmanageable. This rifle could use a wooden stock.
What others should know: I have owned several of these over the years. It was the, rifle that I used to teach my sons how to shoot. When we moved from SC I ended up selling or giving away most of my air gun collection, including my 760 Pumpmasters. We recently purchased a new home with a private backyard and I wanted a backyard friendly plinker that I could use without disturbing my neighbors. The Crosman 760 Pumpmaster fills that need. Out of the box the accuracy and power of this gun is good. I can obtain 1.75” ctc groups at 10 meters using Crosman 5.1 gr Copperhead BBs, 1” ctc groups at 10 meters using Crosman 7.9 gr Destroyer pellets, and 1.25” ctc groups using 8.64 gr Beeman Silver Sting pellets. I consider these to be good groupings from a smoothbore rifle. As far as power ratings I get the following average velocities and energies: • 653.8 fps and 4.8 fpe using the Copperhead BBs, • 594.7 fps and 6.2 fpe using the Crosman Destroyer pellets, and • 586.8 fps and 6.6 fpe using the Beeman Silver Sting pellets. Both pellets and BBs easily penetrate completely through a tin soup can at 10 meters. The buckhorn sight that came with the gun is more than adequate for informal targets shooting and plinking, but I plan on painting the front blade sight a fluorescent orange to make it standout better on dark targets.
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I recently found a weathered Crossman Power Master 760 circa 1971. I took it completely apart, rebuilt the pump, cleaned off the corrosion, painted the metal and refinished the wood stock. It fires .177 pellets without any issues. But when I fire .177 bb's, they jam in the barrel and I have to use a piece of brass welding rod to clear the barrel. The barrel clean, shiny and straight. Sometimes the bb will make it out and a spark will appear at the end of the barrel. Mostly, it jams about 1/3 of the way up the barrel.
Can I shoot gamo red fires out of my 760?
Does it use bbs. If yes then 6mm ones or 4.5mm ones. How far can it go. Will it be shipped to pakistan and what will be the delivery charges plus the price of gun in pkr.
|Max Velocity||625 fps|