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Crosman 1077 Repeat Air Semi-Automatic CO2 Pellet Gun Air Rifle

by Crosman

List Price: $144.32
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  • Semi-automatic air rifle is a reliable shooter that fires as quickly as you can pull the trigger
  • Exclusive 12-shot rotary pellet clip; wind age-adjustable, fiber optic Center Point sight
  • Rifled steel barrel and all-weather synthetic stock are eye-catching and durable
  • CO2 power source; 0.177 caliber; muzzle velocity up to 625-feet-per-second; 3.7-pound weight and 36.9-inch length
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  • Product Description

    You won't find a more reliable semi-automatic air rifle than our 1077. It fires as fast as you can pull the trigger and our exclusive 12-shot rotary pellet clip lets you shoot longer. Features adjustable rear sight and fiber optic front sight.

    Easy access to CO2
    Easy access to CO2
    Removable magazine with 12-shot rotary clip
    Removable magazine comes with a 12-shot rotary clip
    12 shots as fast as you can pull the trigger
    12 Shots as fast as you can pull the trigger

    Product Specifications

    • Model Number: 1077
    • Lead Pellet Velocity: Up to 625 fps
    • Weight: 3.69 lbs
    • Length: 36.88 inches
    • Power Source: CO2 Powerlet
    • Caliber: .177
    • Ammunition: Pellets
    • Capacity: 12 shot clip
    • Barrel: Rifled Steel
    • Safety: Cross-bolt
    • Color: Black
    Variable Pump CO2 Break Barrel Pre-charged Pneumatic

    Powerplant Benefits

    Variable Pump CO2 Break Barrel Pre-charged Pneumatic (PCP)
    POWER SOURCE 3-10 strokes of an on-board lever to compress air 12-gram cartridge Spring or piston cocked by a lever (barrel) On-board high pressure reservoir
    FILLING METHOD None, self contained Insertion of CO2 cartridge None, self contained Use of high pressure tank or pump to fill on-board reservoir
    VELOCITY * Up to 700 fps Up to 780 fps Up to 1400 fps Up to 1100 fps
    NUMBER OF SHOTS Unlimited (must be pumped for each shot) 40 - 60, varies on rapidity of trigger pull Unlimited (must be cocked for each shot) 15 - 35 (varies with caliber)
    USES Target Shooting Plinking Pest Control Target Shooting Plinking Target Shooting Plinking Pest Control Small Game Hunting Target Shooting Plinking Pest Control Small Game Hunting Large Game Hunting
    EFFECTIVE RANGE ** 15 yards
    Variable Pump - 15 yard range
    20 yards
    CO2 - 20 yard range
    35 yards
    Break Barrel - 35 yard range
    60 yards
    PCP - 60 yard range
    COST $40 - $200 ($ - $$) $80 - $130 ($ - $$) $100 - $300 ($ - $$$) $250 - $600 ($$ - $$$$)
    ADVANTAGES Velocity is variable based on number of strokes Convenient, accurate Self-contained, accurate Powerful, consistent, superbly accurate
    DISADVANTAGES Must be pumped up for every shot Performance can vary with temperature (70 degrees is optimum) Requires practice to shoot at highest accuracy External fill source required
    * Velocities based on alloy ammunition
    ** Accuracy is determined by ballistics and shooter ability
    Target Shooting Target Shooting
    Plinking Plinking
    Pest Control Pest Control
    Small Game Hunting Small Game Hunting
    Large Game Hunting Predator Hunting

    Ammunition - BB Ammunition - .177 Pellet Ammunition - .22 Pellet Ammunition - .25 Pellet

    Choosing a Caliber

    BB .177 .22 .25
    Material Copper coated steel Lead (lead-free consist of plastic and/or zinc) Lead (lead-free consist of plastic and/or zinc) Lead
    Weight (grains) 5.2 7.9 or 10.5 14.3 27.9
    Energy (@ muzzle) 4 FPE @ 600 FPS 17.5 FPE @ 1000 FPS 20.3 FPE @ 800 FPS 42 FPE @ 825 FPS
    Shapes Spherical Wadcutter, domed, pointed, hollow point, destroyer Domed, hollow point, pointed, destroyer Domed, destroyer
    Uses Plinking Targets, plinking, pest control Targets, plinking, pest control, small game hunting Pest control, small & medium game hunting
    Advantages Less expensive than pellets Fast, flat trajectory ideal for targets Ideal for both targets and small game Hard hitting hunting round; conservative on air
    Disadvantages Ricochet if fired at a hard surface Weight limits hunting to pests, small game Not heavy enough for larger small game species, predators Limited shapes available


    Product Details

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    • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
    • ASIN: B00J13OBNY
    • Item model number: 1077-N-Parent
    • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (173 customer reviews)
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    Customer Reviews

    This rifle performs at the high level of quality that Crossman is noted for.
    Hotshot39
    Without the magazine, the trigger could be pulled and the CO2 cartridge cycled, but no pellet was fired.
    Dexter L. Alexander
    This is a very well made and good looking pellet gun that is very well made and finished.
    Jerry Jones

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    116 of 120 people found the following review helpful By CaMarriedGuy on May 13, 2006
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    I just purchased this pellet gun for my 12 year old son after his old pump action pellet/bb gun gave out. This is a serious little rifle; great for target practice as it's very accurate even at 25-35 yards. It's rated at 625fps but I believe with a fresh Co2 that it's a lot quicker than that. Just make sure that you have plenty of space or a safe, confined area to shoot. This isn't a backyard city home .177

    I would also suggest buying the 3 pack of extra rotary clips. It's easy to go through one of the 12 round clips in a matter of a minute. The gun comes with 2 and the extra 3 make all the difference when you're out shooting.
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    97 of 113 people found the following review helpful By donstein on February 21, 2009
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    This 'Crosman' 1077 air-rifle is a 12 shot semi-auto rifle, and it is unique in it's class.
    I mounted a 'Leapers' mil-dot 3-9x32 scope with an adjustable objective #A.O.#. This 'A.O.' feature on this scope, allows focusing from about 5 meters to infinity. The mil-dot feature in the scope allows for compensation of aim, by using 24 different 'dots' to aim with, without the need for minor scope adjustments. Again, this model air rifle is a 'semi-auto' air rifle and is similar to shooting a 'semi-auto' firearm rifle. By having this semi-auto firing capability, the need to re-adjust the scope is very infrequent. The Crosman 1077 lacks comparable power or noise of a firearm, but you can shoot it in the middle of a city. The 1077's trigger has a slightly difficult pull, but it's not too bad, and there is no recoil or ear damaging, neighbor bothering, report.
    Given the ease of use and rapidity of discharge, it seems great for it's simplicity and convenience of use.
    Cost concerns come not through the cost of this air gun,#apx $68.00# or scope,#apx $55.00 with mounting rings#, but by my rapid consumption of pellets and co2 powerlets.
    The Crosman 1077 is not accurate enough for competition, nor is it powerful enough for hunting. The Crosman 1077 rifle, is however, superb for close range target practice at home. This is both my intended & exclusive use. I can consistently place pellets within a 1/2 cm pattern at 20 feet. For shooting at home, in the backyard or garage, this is close to ideal. The 1077 has enough power to be very consistent for about 60 to 80 shots #temperature dependent# before the 12 gm powerlet needs replacing. The loss of power is quickly evidenced during the last three discharges.
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    27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By nse3lts on October 12, 2011
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    I bought this Crosman 1077 for my mom's 87th birthday. Living on 7 acres of country land, she tends to have
    problems with raccoons and other critters eating her pets foods. This Co2 has really good power, 625 fps, for the small price I gave for it on Amazon. In fact the price of the air rifle was $10 less than Walmart's price, and the shipping on Amazon was only $5 and change, which was less than Walmart's shipping to the home. I purchased the Co2 powered Crosman because my mom, at 87, doesn't have the muscle to pump, or break down the other air rifles. And, another plus, for this Crosman 1077, is the fact that it's a 12 shot semi-auto; therefore, if you miss a varmit there will be no down time reloading while the varmit runs away. My only regret is not purchasing the Crosman Speedloader Kit, (3)12-Shot Clips for The 1077 at the time I purchased the air rifles. Rifles!! Oh! I haven't mention this...after researching this Crosman 1077, which included pulling it up on youtube.com to see how it handled, I shared my findings with my husband. He was so impressed with this air rifle he had me order one for himself. He is very happy with it and finds the 1077 to be VERY accurate, even more so since he added a scope. Mom, well she hasn't seen any raccoons lately, but the Crosman 1077 is right next to the door, just in case.
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    22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By SirStinky on March 28, 2012
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    I have owned a lot of air rifles and pistols over the years, both pneumatic (pump-up and Co2) and spring-piston, but the 1077 was my first repeating Co2 rifle. My other experiences with Co2 had been from shooting pistols so it was interesting and informative to get to live with this rifle. The Crosman 1077 RepeatAir is a .177 caliber pneumatic repeating pellet rifle. It gets power from standard 12 gram Co2 cartridges and features a 12-shot rotary clip system. The 1077's firing mechanism isn't unlike that of a a Co2 pistol, but aside from that, it's just like any other air rifle. It's pretty handy for older kids and adults to use. At about 37 inches long with a reasonable length of pull, it's not too big for a teen and not too small for an adult to use (unlike some other air rifles I've used). The RepeatAir is made mostly of rugged plastic with some steel bits and pot-metal (die cast zinc and tin) parts where extra reinforcement is needed, which isn't a bad thing for a rifle that is going to be used a lot. This also keeps the weight down to about 4 lbs. loaded. However, like any firearm you need to keep all the moving parts lubricated, especially the plastic parts. I recommend being some Crosman Pellgn Oil or some other high quality synthetic firearm lubricant.

    You get a rifled steel barrel enclosed in a hard plastic sheath, synthetic stock, a rear sight that's adjustable for windage and elevation, and a fixed front sight with a fiber optic insert. Theres a clip system that has a 12-shot drum that holds the pellets in chambers like in a revolver cylinder. You push them in from the back and they are held in by friction (the pellets are a little bigger than the chambers).
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