Anyone own/used a Crosman RepeatAir 1077?

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  1. Eric

    Eric Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Need something air-powered to scare off critters around my house- and regular firearms are sort-of "frowned upon" when there's no specific hunting season in effect.

    So, after looking around- I like the 12-shot roll that the 1077 has so I can plink off a dozen shots before re-loading- and I couldn't find any other air-powered pieces with this feature (semi-auto) and pump-activated (not break-barrel).

    Is this a decent toy, or is there something better around?
     
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    Aceshigh Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Look no further homeslice. ;)
    This is what I terrorize my neighborhood with.
    For extra stopping power use marbles.....these sumbitches hurt ;)
    Don't shoot a person with a marble though....you're liable to break a bone.
    The cheapest and best non jamming marker gun on the market IMHO.
    http://www.tippmann.com/product_guide/markerDetails.aspx?categoryid=1

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    I have a crossman 66 powermaster pump.. .177 cal BB or pellet. Only a single shot with pellets though.

    But at 10 pumps and useing the pointed nose pellets it will kill small game up to about rabbit size at about 50-75' away.

    I use a tasco 3-9 power x 50mm wide angle scope on it as well
     
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    Interesting there Aces- a paintball gun can handle regular (glass) marbles? Hadn't thought of that...
     
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    Yep, works great for Association Nazi problems ;)
    No ballistics, just a simple kids marble.....shot at high speeds
    Short range ;) 40-80 feet depending on pressure of tank used.
     
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    I bought a co2 pellet gun for all of the rodents lurking around my house. The biggest problem with the gun is the co2 canister, it is only good for a couple of days. Anything past that and you can watch the pellets drop over 40 yards or so. It just dosn't hold the air pressure very long.
     
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    HAHAHAHA damn dude, you're crazy. Ive been hit with water rounds, pepper rounds and pepper sim rounds, they left me looking like a giant squid suckers latched onto me, my wife was PISSED.

    MARBLES???? LOL, that my friend would put some SERIOUS hurt on someone, excellent idea.

    :eek:

    That's a badass launcher, car collapsable stock, sweet.

    What's the rate of fire? What's the effective range and FPS/feet per sec.?
     
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    I had a pump .177 Crossman years ago, but I broke it trying to kill a critter. Doh!
    I hope to get another one for Christmas this year. I wanted a model 766, just like what I had. They make it as a 766 Classic, but it's $160! A little much to spend to terrorize the neighbor's dog with. ;)
     
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    Rate of fire with teh stock trigger is as fast as you can pull it , regular semi-auto.
    If you buy the Response Trigger that I have, it's a flick trigger, where you pull it slightly
    and then it rattles between your finger for full auto maybe 13 rounds per second or so.
    The trigger gets CO2 from the tank for high pressurized action. It's legal on the paintball fields. :D
    HOWEVER they also have full auto electronic triggers but those are ILLEGAL on paintball fields.
    So I got the sneaky one.

    As pictured above from Amazon.com that marker is close to $500 loaded up.
    A regular one stock, is going to run you $180 without the trigger, barrel, or stock.
    That's a backspin barrel which does exactly that for a longer straighter shot.

    FPS??? Sheeeeet man, I'm not that high tech into it. LOL
    If I had to guess, the paintballs are MAYBE ....eh...75-100fps
    Marbles are probably 50fps.
     
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    our launchers at work push 300fps, lol.
     

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