Crosman RepeatAir 1077 .177 Air Rifle
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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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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
Removable magazine comes with a 12-shot rotary clip
12 Shots as fast as you can pull the trigger
- 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 (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)|
|EFFECTIVE RANGE **|| 15 yards || 20 yards || 35 yards || 60 yards |
|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|
Small Game Hunting
Choosing a Caliber
|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|
Top Customer Reviews
It is an interesting "revolver, hidden in a carbine".
A great value for my family, we have kids that will soon 'graduate' to a .22 cal with this as an education.
Buy the extra 3-pack of speed loaders. (Actually, I bought a pair of 3-packs, and an extra "magazine". It has worked out perfectly.)
I also bought some spray paint.
The CO2 piercing cap is a bit tough to operate (it may require breaking in, I'm not entirely sure), so I have taken to using a flathead screwdriver to tighten it the last turn or so before I hear the cartridge pierce. I usually get a bit over 30 effective shots (roughly 3 magazines) before the cartridge needs to be changed, so this rifle is a bit of a gas hog. At $0.50 for a cartridge, this isn't a huge deal, but greater efficiency would be nice. The 88g AirSource canisters were a good solution, but Crosman discontinued the required adapter. I honestly can't complain too much about the shots per cartridge, though, since the 1077 is a lot more powerful than my 760. Each shot is roughly equivalent to a 760 at ten pumps, and will punch straight through 1/2" plank scraps at 30-40 feet when using pointed pellets. I would trust it against pests such as rats, mice, and small to medium birds (starlings) and will use it against such in Missouri this fall. I don't doubt this rifle would kill squirrels, but am not totally confident that these would be clean and humane kills. Trigger pull is heavy-remember, you are working a double-action revolver system- but is said to smooth out over time.
Now, on to accuracy. I have shot Crosman Premier hollowpoints, Destroyers, and both Crosman and Daisy pointed pellets, with the best results from the Crosman pointed pellets. The picture attached is of a five-shot group shot from about 35 or 40 feet at a junked sheet of cardboard, with Crosman pointed pellets. I did not measure it, but the group is easily covered by a quarter.Read more ›
Just remember that the number of times the rifle remains accurate is limited to the amount of gas you have left in the canister. I found that after about 20 shots the accuracy started dropping off. Apart from that caveat there is nothing wrong with this weapon. It light, easy to load and has an acceptable trigger action. I'm not sure that it would take a lot of heavy handling but if you are used to handling real weapons then you know that you should always treat a gun, of whatever kind, with a lot of respect.
The Bad: The front sight subtends 3" of target at 10 meters, so it can hide the full width of a tin can. The rear sight, when adjusted left or right of center will cant off-angle because it is mounted on a round surface instead of being dovetailed. The trigger is almost 9 lbs., which is ridiculous on any rifle, much less one that is meant for youths and weighs less than 4 lbs. You will be lucky to get 1/2-3/4" groups at 10 meters (33 feet) because of the awful sights, awful trigger, and the fact that the soda-straw barrel rattles around loosely in the barrel shroud. I see people post how accurate their rifle is because their rifle gets 1" groups at 30 feet. These people clearly know nothing about accuracy. Even from a cheap airgun, this is pretty poor. A Daisy 880 will shoot 1/4"-3/8" groups at 10 meters all day for less money. Of course, this rifle is a repeater (revolver action) so I didn't expect crazy accuracy for the price. I also didn't expect for a rifle that barely breaks 500 fps to find that after 20 shots the power drops off fast. Expect to have to adjust your sight elevation after the second clip, and replace the powerlet after your 3rd clip. Folks, this is just awful efficiency. The Crosman .357 shoots close to as fast, is easily as accurate, has better sights, has a better trigger, can fire single action or double action, is easier to reload, and is twice as efficient on co2. Did I mention that all this is from a PISTOL that also costs less than the horrid 1077. Don't let the high-star reviews fool you. These are either from people who have no idea what should be expected of an airgun and own no other airguns, or that have something to gain from selling you an awful rifle.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pure junk. If you can use a slingshot, pass on this. Rear sight cannot be adjusted low enough to elevate impact point to anything useful. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works good. The repeater shooting works well, but 12 shots go very quick.Published 12 days ago by Rachel Percy
This CO2 pellet gun lacks power to take out any varmints. Other than that, it is a great gun. I particularly like the sights which are amazing and the weight which is ideal. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David W. Mullins
Great pellet gun, not loud at all pretty easy to adjust the sights shot over 200 times not 1 issue yet.Published 1 month ago by Hawk
for the price, this is the most fun gun you could buy...VERY ACCURATE...to the negative reviews i have seen, i have to say you people want too much for 60 bucks... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ickabod
This rifle is junk and I sent it back to Amazon. Very low power and cheaply made. Very, VERY tough to get the Co2 to pierce with the knurled knob. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pellet Shooter
Works fine. But, someone needs to build a sturdier .177 pellet repeater rifle. I have gone through 5 of these over the past 10 years.Published 1 month ago by Richard S. Grome
Awesome air rifle in theory. 12 shot repeater, with Co2, makes for a backyard plinking setup.
I've been through 3 of these units so far. Read more