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Crosman PC77 Pumpmaster Classic Air Pistol (.177)


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Crosman PC77 Pumpmaster Classic Air Pistol (.177)

This unique pistol, popular among serious shooters, features a single-action bolt design for easier cocking and loading and a rifled steel barrel for accuracy. With the easy-pump forearm for variable pump power, you can control the velocity for your shooting needs with a maximum of 600 FPS. This gun features fully adjustable rear peep or open sights and a fixed blade front sight.

Crosman PC77 Pumpmaster Classic Air Pistol (.177)

FEATURED Crosman PC77 Pumpmaster Classic Air Pistol (.177)

  • Single shot, bolt action
  • Control the velocity with the variable pump forearm
  • Shoots up to 600 FPS
  • 13.6″ overall length, 1 lb weight
  • Ideal for target shooting
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What customers say about Crosman PC77 Pumpmaster Classic Air Pistol (.177)

  1. firebomb says:
    28 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wicked pistol, March 9, 2012
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    This review is from: Crosman 1377C / PC77, Black air pistol (Sports)
    The gun comes in all black and is the 1377 model Crossman, exactly the same as the brown and black 1377.
    It came on time and in good condition, I read a few people complaining about barel wobble and other issues, the one I received from amazon was rock solid and had no wobble at all, no scratches no problems period.
    The trigger is black along with the entire gun, only the bolt is gold/brass colored if you’re wondering.

    The pump feels solid in the hands and to me does not feel cheap or look cheap, with the black finish you really can’t even tell what it is, and it feels allot like a solid good polymer found on cheaper compact pistols, so to me I have zero complaints about fit and finish,
    The only thing that does move is the pump, and if you don’t push it all the way back in it will wobble, but that’s user error and not the gun, the pump is hard and is not for week armed people, “no offense” it may be just mine or perhaps it will be more easy with use, but as it Arrived the pump is beefy and will be hard if you have no arm strength, keep in mind it shoots hard enough to hunt rabbit and birds cleanly with good shot placement.

    I’m using destroyer hollow point spiked rounds in mine and get consistently good shot placement using iron sights with no adjustments at all.
    Wind and elevation will require you to go through all sorts of silly adjustments with tools and is not easy or fun with this gun, however up to 100 feet you can aim down the barrel and get awesome shot placement with no wind.
    My gun tends to drift upwards when wind does start to effect it meaning if you go for a center of mass vital shot you may start getting headshots if the distance is correct and there’s heavy wind.
    you can also buy aftermarket scope attachments or a reflex that will hook to the barel, just know what you’re doing, and buy one with the correct measurements and you will have a solid working scope with no wobble or issues.
    Some scopes do not work well and go off alignment with every shot, so if you do get a scope get the correct one for the job.

    Also a thing to note most airguns come oiled and will need to be shot quite a bit before you get correct accuracy, the lubrication in the barel will efffect the spin and accuracy of your pellets.
    So keep that in mind.

    Since its variable in power with the pump this also means you not only never need co2 but you can adapt to your shooting situation, from indoors, to long range, if you mess around with a chronograph you can adapt the fps for different enviorments.

    Almost all metal construction, sturdy, no wobble, small game efficient, good groupings, heavily upgradable, accurate, compact, and reliable.

    If you want to get this gun go for it, you can do anything you can think of that an airgun can do with this arm.
    Take out small game cleanly, pop glass in a junkyard, taking lengthy surgical shots with a scope, to shooting army men in a bed backed by thin wood if your bedridden.

    The gun.
    In the $50 range, and with upgrades that boost fps, and available wood furniture this in my opinion is the best $50 hand rifle you can get with cost, upgrades, usability, and size factor in place.

    Just my two cents.

    I’ll upload pictures later.

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  2. Gus says:
    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I needed this bad, October 7, 2011
    By 
    Gus

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    This review is from: Crosman 1377C / PC77, Black air pistol (Sports)
    I needed this to discreetly control chipmunks that were excavating under my pole building. It worked as expected but now I have turned to paper targets and tin cans, Very Accurate.

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  3. Colorado Hermit "ColoradoHermit" says:
    62 of 71 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A lot of pop for your bucks!, June 14, 2011
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    Colorado Hermit “ColoradoHermit” (Canon City, Colorado USA) –
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    This review is from: Crosman 1377C / PC77, Black air pistol (Sports)

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    I really like this little air pistol! For the price I don’t think it can be beat. I did have a air pistol that was a brake over and all metal except for the wood grips. But it was made in China and its lack of accuracy and fading power showed it. It was stolen a while back and was no big loss since I got this one to replace it.
    First, the variable power by the number of pumps is a big plus. I can use one or two pumps for indoor shooting, five pumps on it gives it as much or more power as the brake over pistol that I did have. With the full ten pumps its power is awesome for a air pistol!
    The few drawbacks on it, one is the use of a lot of plastic in making it but the important parts are metal. The grip is way small for my big hand so it should be perfect for somebody with smaller hands. And my biggest complaint is the “adjustable rear sight”. Yeah, right. To adjust the sights for windage you have to loosen the small screw in the top of the rear sight block and slide the block to one side or the other and re-tighten the screw. To adjust elevation you have to loosen the small screw holding a small flat piece of metal with a notch in one end and a small hole in the other that can be use for a peep sight. You have to loosen the screw and slide the metal strip up or down and tighten the screw back. This just isn’t a very accurate way to adjust the sights on a gun and I’ve never seen anything so Micky Mouse! Maybe I can get a good replacement sight for it. I hope so but I haven’t looked for one yet.
    There’s one other thing that I’m not too sure on. I’ve been using thick Styrofoam packing blocks for a target with a box full of rags behind it for a back stop so that I can use the hallway in my mobile home as a target range. The recovered pellets have been flattened on one side and look like they have struck the Styrofoam block sideways, like the pellet was tumbling instead of rotating from the rifling’s in the barrel like it should be. Also the used pellets don’t have any riffling marks on them like the ones do fired from my other air guns. I’ve tried pellets with a point for field hunting and pellets with a flat face, super match grade for target shooting by Daisy. They both appear to have hit the Styrofoam target on there side and the flared out back of the pellet is flattened on one side.
    Overall, for what it cost this is one sweet little pistol! And I think its going to work great to keep the dogs in my neighborhood from taking dumps in my yard. That’s where the variable power comes in handy. I highly recommend it for anybody else that likes to shoot on a budget.

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