Crosman Pneumatic Pump Air Rifle .177 Caliber
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- Includes a Crosman Firepower 5-shot pellet clip and the BB reservoir holds up to 350
- Adjustable stock, loop slots for a sling, dual aperture rear sight with wind age & elevation adjustments
- Removable magazine stores pellet clip and sight adjustment tool
- Accessory rails for mounting scope, lasers, flashlights, cameras
- Shoots pellets up to 600 FPS and BBs 625 FPS
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Multiple Picatinny rails for mounting your favorite compatible accessories, such as optics, lights, and lasers
Multi-pump lever is uniquely integrated into the forearm
Manual variable pump power plant
|Power plant benefits||Vairable Pump||CO2||Break Barrel||Pre-Charged Pneumatic (PCP)|
|Power source||3-10 srokes of an on-board lever to compress air||12-gram cartridge||Spring or piston cocked by a lever (barrel)||On-Board hihg pressure reservior|
|Filling method||None, self contained||Insertion of C02 Cartridge||None, self contained||use of high pressure tank or pump to fill on-board reservoir|
|Velocity *||Upto 700 FPS||Upto 780 FPS||Up to 1400 FPS||Upto 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 by caliber)|
|Uses||Target Shooting, Plinking, and Small Game||Target Shooting and Plinking||Target Shooting, Plinking, Small Game, Varmint Hunting||Target Shooting, Plinking, Small Game/Varmint/Predator Hunting|
|Effective range **||15 Yards||20 Yards||35 Yards||60 Yards|
|Advantages||Velocity is variable based on the number of charging strokes||Convenient, accurate||Self-contained, accurate||Powerful, consistent, superbly accurate|
|Disadvantages||Must be pumped-up for every shot||Perfomance can vary with temperature (70 degrees is optimum)||Requires practice to shoot at highest accuracy||External fill source required|
|Choosing a Caliber||BB||.177||.22||.25|
|Material||Copper Coated Steel||Lead or Lead-free (plastic and/or zinc)||Lead or Lead-free (plastic and/or zinc)||Lead|
|Weight (grains)||5.2||7.9 or 10.5||14.3||27.9|
|Shapes||Spherical||Wadcutter, domed, pointed, hollow point, destroyer||Somed, Hollow point, pointed, destroyer||Domed, Destroyer|
|Uses||Plinking||Targets, plinking, pest control||Targets, plinking, pest control, small game hunting||Pest control, small and medium game hunting|
|Advantages||Less expensive than pellets||Fast, flat trajectory ideal for targets||Ideal for both targets and small game||Hard-hitting pellet, conservative on air|
|Disadvantages||Ricochet if shot at a hard surface||Relatively light weight, limits use to pests and small game hunting||Not heavy enough for the larger small-game species, predators||Limited shape selection|
For a new generation of shooters who like the adaptability of the AR platform, the M4-177 is sure to impress. Featuring a rifled steel barrel, the M4-177 shoots both pellets and BBs. This variable pump rifle features valve technology that combines lower pumping force with higher velocities. The rifle’s variable pump action is easy to use for right or left-handed shooters, and velocities are exceptional at up to 625 with pellets and a swift 660 fps with BBs. The various Picatinny rails allow you to mount your favorite accessories. Built in America.
An adjustable sight helps dial in your firing accuracy.
- Bolt action, multi-pump power source
- Rifled steel barrel
- 350-round BB reservoir
- Adjustable stock to fit every shooter
- Loop slots for adding a gun sling
- Windage and elevation adjustments
- Adjustable and removable front and rear sights
- Includes a Firepow'r five-shot pellet clip
- Removable magazine stores pellet clip and sight adjustment tool
- Crossbolt safety trigger
- 0.177 caliber
- 34-inch total length
- Three-pound, nine-ounce weight
- Firing velocity up to 625 feet-per-second (FPS) with pellets, and 660 FPS with BBs
All Crosman products are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship. Details are included with your purchase.
In 1923 in Rochester, New York, Crosman was founded as Crosman Arms Company. From its inception, Crosman's principal products were airguns and airgun ammunition. During the 1950s, new accounts included Sears Roebuck & Co., Montgomery Ward, and Western Auto, all of which sold Crosman's products under their respective brand names. In 1966, the company introduced its own Crosman brand airgun, the Pumpmaster 760, which has sold more than 11 million units to date. Crosman Corporation is now an international designer, manufacturer, and marketer of Crosman pellet, BB, airsoft rifles and pistols, Copperhead ammunition, and Benjamin pellet rifles and ammunition.
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Adequate fps for small game
Large BB reservoir
Fake magazine perfect for extra clips
Made of plastic (expected at this price point)
10 pumps instead of break barrel
Iron sights hard to sight in
All together, this is the best $60 air rifle you can get. Works wonderfully with a cheap scope from walmart. Excellent sized groups from 20 yards away.
Anywho, I have been using the same pump air rifle since 1993, so I figured it might be time for an upgrade. I started looking around and stumbled across this guy, and my first reaction was a stifled giggle. I figured this was something for gun-nut nerds or kids who wanted to play army man or maybe even for some sort of simulated training with an AR.
But after reading the specs and reviews of this thing, its power was pretty comparable to other higher end air rifles and it had a decent price, so I thought I would give it a go. I could not be more impressed. It's a solid, well made piece, and the extend-able stock, removable "mag", and rail sights are fantastic. I can keep the pellet mag and the site adjustment tool in the mag for quick access, and the accuracy of this thing is insane. I used the little guide it came with and the sight adjustment tool to adjust my rail sights when it arrived, and within 15 minutes I had a 2" grouping at 40 yards, and I dont shoot that well.
Given, that kind of accuracy is nothing for a normal rifle, but this was a BB gun shooting BBs, perfect spheres that are much more subject to gravity, wind, and air and thermal conditions than a typical rifle bullet. I was and continue to be extremely impressed.
My buddy has an AR-15 and he saw this leaning up against the wall one day and asked me when I got an AR. He didnt believe it was a BB gun until he picked it up. He thought it was great. And it uses the same rail system as the real deal, so you can add any accessories you want to it (laser sight, flashlight, action scope, homemade bayonet, etc) And it looks so much like the real deal that if you took a stroll out to the mailbox with this guy the next time that wiseass kid with the dirtbike or that hippie weirdo with the skateboard decide to turn a donut in your front yard or grind the curb and tear up your wife's flower bed that she worked on all spring, their wide-eyed reaction and rapid exodus may really brighten your day, particularly when the hippie kid looks like he's toting a newly birthed pantload in the seat of his jean shorts while making his retreat.
And if the neighbors give you a hard time about it, just tell them it's an air rifle, which is not illegal to fire on the confines of your own property even in city limits (at least around here) and to leave me the hell alone, Marie. Maybe if you let your kid learn about gun safety and play with something like this he would grow a pair and stop wearing pastel colored pants.
Anyway, this thing is great. I probably buy a dozen things from Amazon every month and have so for the past few years, and this is by far the greatest Amazon purchase I have ever made. I am gonna buy another one just in case something happens to my primary or they stop selling them.
This BB gun holds a TON of BB's (box says 350) but it does get a bit noisy with the sound of BB's clinking and shaking around in the reservoir. Pumping it up can be hard for my 10 year old, and it's possible to nip your finger while pumping it if you're not paying attention. One thing I don't care for at all is the 5 shot pellet clip. You load your pellets into the clip, and advance the clip by one to shoot another pellet. I think this system is a bit over thought, and the clip is easily lost if you don't store it in the magazine. It'd be easier to just manually load a pellet IMO.
The picatinny rails are a nice addition if you want to add a light, laser or scope, but I haven't done that so I can't comment on how well that works.
All in all this is a cool looking BB gun that you can add accessories to, that shoots well.