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This multi-pump pneumatic rifle shoots either BBs or pellets. The Remington AirMaster 77 is dressed in a black matte synthetic stock and forearm, a black plastic receiver and nickel barrel shroud. The grip and forearm have checkering for a sure grasp.
The fiber optic front sight and the completely adjustable rear sight make it easy to acquire your target. Zero in on targets with greater accuracy with the included 4x15 scope. Speaking of targets, you'll have plenty of them! This rifle flings lead pellets at a whopping 750 fps (800 with BBs), because it sports a new valve design. This new valve gives you higher velocity and the ability to pump more air into your AirMaster 77. You can vary the power of the rifle, depending on the distance of your target. Twelve pumps is the maximum you can put into the AirMaster 77, but that's plenty!
Pellets are loaded one at a time. BBs are loaded into a reservoir that holds 200 BBs. Through gravity, you move the BBs into the magazine, which holds 17. (Never shoot steel BBs at metal objects!)
Click the AMMO link to stock up on pellets and BBs. Find more targets, maintenance equipment and other shooting gear by clicking the ACCESSORIES link.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||10 ft/lbs|
|Cocking Effort||3-12 pumps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||5.25 lbs|
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Things I liked: Powerful, light and accurate rifle. Made well and feels solid although lightweight.
Things I would have changed: The rifle is called Remington Airmaster 77 and on YouTube or other places on the internet the stock had the 77 stamped on it which looks nice...not found on the current model. Please put it back.
What others should know: Pyramyd does a great job!
Things I liked: Fedex Smartpost took three and a half weeks to deliver. I can't attach a photo of the broken plastic anchor.
Things I would have changed: Buy a product that lasts more then fifty shots.
What others should know: Really.
Things I liked: The gun itself is nice, accuracy is good enough, the stock looks durable and like the way the gun was built
Things I would have changed: The chamber is incredibly hard to open, my 11 yr old struggles to open the chamber. The scope doesn't fit on the gun, you can tighten the screws all you want and it will slide back and forth on the dove tail. Based on that i wouldn't recommend this gun.
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Can it be shipped in Quebec, Canada ?
My gun has been setting idle for several years. I have cleaned it but I cant get it to pump hard enough. Any ideas?
Lubricate the pump seal and see if it comes back to life
Is the receiver metal, like the Classic 2100, or plastic?
UPDATE 2: Received the following from Crosman customer support regarding the difference in the AM77 and Legacy 1000, specifically if the power plant was the same and required RMCOIL for safe operation. The recommendation was to use RMCOIL for both. Dear [MY NAME REMOVED], If it was my choice over the AM77 and the Legacy I would purchase the AM77. Both airguns use the RMCOIL because the new models have a higher velocity Thank you for contacting Crosman Corporation! Ready to Shop? Have a Question? Contact us at (800) 724-7486 or visit our website at crosman.com Happy Shooting! Beth Crosman Customer Service (800) 724-7486 Open Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:30pm ET
UPDATE 1: Received the following back from Crosman customer support regarding the AM77's plastic receiver. I requested to know if they still had any of the metal receivers in stock. It confirms the change occurred in 2012. Subject: Product Support Message from Crosman: Dear [MY NAME REMOVED], Thank you for contacting Crosman. Unfortunately we no longer have any of the metal receivers from the pre-2012 version of the AM77 in stock. If you check with the airgun forums they may have some suggestions involving the Crosman 2100B that might help you out. Best Regards, Kevin
The receiver is plastic. I've done some digging, and managed to piece together the following. The Crosman Legacy 1000 was released roughly Summer of 2016. It was an upgraded 2100 with several features to produce higher velocity. The trade off was the 2100's metal receiver was replaced with plastic. The AM77 was always based on the 2100, but at a date that I haven't found yet, it was upgraded with the new internals. The tradeoff was a plastic receiver, again. What I have not found is if there was a transition period where maybe the upgraded power sytems existed with the metal receiver. The serial number of my newly purchased (May 2019) AM77, with plastic receiver, begins "N16". This means it was made in November 2016, according to the Crosman product dates page. So it seems this change in upgraded power plant and plastic receiver of the AM77 occurred at or very shortly after the Legacy 1000's release. In photos, it seems the metal version receiver is stamped "AirMaster 77", but my newly purchased AM77 simply says "AirMaster." The current version of the AM77 is now effectively a Crosman Legacy 1000 stamped with Remington's name and a brushed nickel barrel shroud.
Shoots BBs and pellets up to 800 fps! Includes 4x15 scope and rings.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|
|Muzzle Energy||10 ft/lbs|