Crosman Tr77 Nitro Piston Air Rifle

Priced: $159.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Crosman Tr77 Nitro Piston Air Rifle -
Maneuver with ease through tight quarters armed with the shorter barrel of the Crosman TR77 NPS Air Rifle. Nitro Piston technology ensures easier cocking, reduced felt recoil and quieter shots. Pistol grip increases control and maneuverability while the rifled barrel increases accuracy. Customize the two-stage adjustable trigger to your preferences. Includes CenterPoint 4x32mm scope with dovetail mounts. Lever safety. Imported.
Caliber: .177.
Average cocking effort: 28-30 lbs.
Barrel length: 15".
Overall length: 40".
Weight: 5.5 lbs.
Barrel finish: Black.
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Crosman Tr77 Nitro Piston Air Rifle Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Nice Little Shooter

This air rifle certainly does the trick. I originally bought this to get the kids interested in plinking, since the pistol grip is easier for their smaller hands to hold vice a more traditional stock. Also the length of pull seems to be a bit shorter than others. I didn't bother with the included scope. Instead, using the included rings, I mounted an old bushnell 3-9x40 scope that was collecting dust on the shelf. It was easy to zero in just a few shots. This thing made it fun to take out a couple rabbits that were destroying the wife's garden. With the better scope, it is incredibly accurate, and at 1200 fps, this thing has plenty of zip for those unwanted critters.
EP3DoubleAnchor at Cabelas on 07/24/2013

Negative Reviews:


my first one, i had for a few minutes stop cocking and holding it, in a break setting,and wouldn't hold when i'm done cocking it, so i send it back, than yesterday the replacement that they send, i had it like 3 weeks, i don't shoot alot, i just barly shot over a 1000 times the 3 screws break at the same time, 2 screws where your forehand hold your gun break in 2 pieces, i can't get 1 screw out and 1 main screw that holds the 2 pieces together the barrel and the stock broke the screw broke the cocking screw and by the time i send it back for a replace my warranty will be gone,off,too late, in other words.BUY YOURSELF ANOTHER AIR RIFLE
fowlsin76 at Cabelas on 09/01/2013