Realistic weight, power and feel in a compact semi automatic blowback air pistol. Squeeze the trigger and put 17 BBs downrange at 325 feet per second as quickly and accurately as you can. Fully functioning slide re-cocks the hammer with each pull of the trigger. The under barrel weaver style rail will accept most tactical accessories or use the fixed blade and notch sights to zero in on your target. Accepts the 12 gram CO2 Powerlet.
This complete kit includes the PRO77 pistol, 350Premium Copperhead BBs, two Powerlet CO2 cartridges and adult shooting glasses.
NOT A TOY. ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. BE CAREFUL, SHOOT SAFELY.
- Model NumberPRO77KT
- BB VelocityUp to 325 fps
- Weight1.31 lbs
- Length6.75 in
- MechanismBlowback Semi-Auto Repeater
- Power SourceCO2
- Caliber4.5 mm
- Capacity17 shot
- Front SightFixed Blade
- Rear SightFixed Notch
bad, dont buy
I had 3 problems with mine and it lasted about 2 weeks and about 8 co2 canisters. 1. the slide would go back so far that the hammer would push up the slide and make it stop all the way in the back like a regular semi auto pistol and I would have to manually push it back. 2. on some shots it would load like 4 BBs in the barrel and it would be like a shotgun with birdshot and some would also roll out. 3. the co2 o-ring poped out and the co2 leaked out of the barrel. Also it is super inaccurate, It would shoot way up and to the right. The gun should be improved a lot. kind of a waste of 90 bucks plus 17 bucks shipping and tax, such a rip off, don't buy.
Defective at purchase time. No seal for the CO2 cartridge (just blew gas out every opening).
1) The telephone number for help is only normal working hours Monday to Friday. Not so good when you buy it on a Saturday.
2) "Quality" control could use improviing.
This gun is great
By Bobby jonson
I got this gun a few days ago and had no major problems i loved it so much and shoot it almost every day the only minor problems i have are that the clips take a long time to load and that when the co2 is low the blowback stops working and i have to cock it by hand, but i guess that might not be a con it may be a pro to other people because it means you have to change the co2. Get this gun if you are sketchy about which gun your going to get.
Very good quality for a blowback pistol
By Dallas the Hunter
This gun is pretty good for a blowback pistol, if you know how to use and take care of it.
I've had this pistol for over 2 years now and it still works great and without ever having any major problems. As mentioned by others, the slide can get stuck if the screw on the top gets a bit loose, but a a simple tightening can fix that right up.
The blow-back action and recoil make shooting this pistol feel as close to firing a real pistol as you will probably ever get with a bb gun and it is really fun to use.
Only one big drawbacks that I can find, loading the 17 shot mag can be kind of a pain (usually takes about 30 - 40 seconds) so I would reccomend buying a couple of spares to keep you shooting longer.
Overall, fairly accurate and fun to use. Would reccomend shooting at targets no farther than about 30 yards.
so so gun
By Mike C
i got this gun 6 years ago and the power is exactly what the box say's the power is around 350fps which is nothing to get excided about it was a good gun lasted me about a year the only complaint was the magazine the bbs where a pain to load
this is a good gun had one problem the mag broke my dad called crosman they sent me 2 new mags vary good customer service the gun works vary good i recommend it to all
Good Gun, but I need CO2 cap
The CO2 cap broke and I did not find the part on line. The CO2 rubber seal and the O ring became undone.
The gun worked good for many years.
Just tighten the top screw
I bought the gun a while back and after using it a few times the slide kept getting stuck on the hammer. I was pretty frustrated with it because I didn't know what was wrong with the gun and thought it was faulty. I looked online for manuals and what-not on how to fix it and found that if I were to just tighten the screw on top of the slide it would work fine. So I did just that and the gun works great again. Accuracy is great and no issues with the CO2.
fairly good... once you know what to fix
ive noticed that when you first buy the pro77 that the upper reciever's screw is loose. causing it to get stuck on the hammer after some use. but this is an easy fix. all you have to do is tighten that screw. as far as accuracy.. i havnt had a problem. I'm a profesional marksman and this does the job. As far as what john is saying, ive had no problems with the co2 issue. i only give it 4 stars because it does need upkeep, but no more upkeep than a regular pistol. every once and a while you have to take the top reciever off so you can grease up the slide. all you have to do is remove the screw and slide of the top.and of course, reverse the process to put it back together.
not very accurate shoots left and right in a v shape and having the same problem as john up above ^^
This gun is horrid. I got it and at first it had problems with the co2, then i fixed that and it was fine. 250 shots later i find myself having to manually cock the gun because the slide gets stuck on the hammer. This is not part of the "blowback" feature because i have ammo in the gun when this problem occurs. I don't like all the problems and feel ripped off. This gun is not worth it.
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