This all-new, tactical, variable pump, BB/pellet rifle features new valve technology combining lower pumping force with higher velocities. Features include a full tactical rail on top with adjustable sights and side rails for accessories. The MK-177 is fed by a 5 shot pellet clip or choose the internal 300 + BB magazine, conveniently located on the side. The newly designed bolt handle is larger and located on left side for ease of use. Store ammo in the handy space beneath the rubber shoulder friction pad. Assembled in the USA.
- Rugged, all-weather construction
- Tactical pistol grip
- Full Picatinny rail
- Accessory rails for flashlight or laser
- Rifled steel barrel
- Fully adjustable sights
Also available in Black.
- Model Number30110
- Pellet VelocityUp to 750 fps
- BB VelocityUp to 800 fps
- MechanismBolt Action
- Power SourceVariable Pump
- AmmunitionPellets / BBs
- Pellet Capacity5 Shot Clip
- BB Reservoir350
- BarrelRifled Steel
- Front SightElevation Adjustable Pin
- Rear SightDual aperture windage adjustable peep sight
hey guys the mk 177 is an amazeing gun i give it a 10 out of 5 it has good range good accuracy and good power like to har someone said on top he was right this lay hing can cut threw 10 cans from 100 yards away this guns awsome i can take out bunnys squrles and some birds like that this gun means more food for me its grate for the price get this gun
I have been a big fan of multi-pump air guns for many years. I own several other crosman rifles & pistols and have always found them to be well made and accurate. The MK177 is no
exception. This riflle is solidly built and very accurate. And as far as power goes it shot through a dozen soda cans
that were 15 feet away when fired at! Thank you Crosman for another great product to keep this airgun nut happy.
By Mr Black
My review and thoughts concerning the MK 177
*Durability 4/5 Stars
*Accuracy 4/5 Stars
*Power 3/5 Stars
*Ease of use 4/5 Stars
First, let me just say... Thank You Crosman. You are the only airgun company to bring AR-styled airguns to the mass market.
The MK 177 is a competent air rifle. The overall appearance is attractive as it seems to take queues from the SCAR and ACR assault rifles. The entire body is one piece. No adjustable stock here so durability is much better. The clip too is part of the molded body and storage has been moved to the stock via removable rubber pad (very nice I think). Also, the RIS is generously placed and allows for all kinds of accessories. Furthermore, two tabs have been added (one on each side of the barrel) to keep the pump lever from inadvertently falling down when not in use. Even with the tabs the pump action is still smooth and fluid. The bolt lever is located on the left side but, it is easy to get used to.
This air rifle is a good move forward in the variable pump product line. However, I would like to see a similar looking model designed in a break barrel nitro piston setup. Anyway, the MK 177 variable pump has decent power along with good styling and functionality.
*Minnesota Mike posted he could not break a beer bottle at 12 paces. Well, instead of loading himself he should have loaded his gun. I destroyed a beer bottle at 20 paces.
I really like this gun lots of stuff on it you don't see anymore for the money it about same as m14 fps if I know that I would have got other one thow don't like it cock side not right but over all it very nice to shoot if you know what your doing most kid put bad stuff about this gun power well I accidently shot my leg with it 12 pump went in 4 inch into my bone area that pretty good power I think dpmt dhot your self again accdent well I like Crossman pellet guns I have a gamo 1300 fps pellet gun very heavery thow like it to but shoot my mk 17 any day over that monster hope this help you and please don't shoot myour self it really hurts bye
By Minnesota Mike
Having owned a few Crosmans in the past I basically got what I expected. This rifle is more along the lines of a really cool, fun to shoot backyard gun; less of a serious adult air rifle by todays standards. I haven't thrown it on the chrono but I believe another reviewer's claims of in the 600-650 range. It will not break a beer bottle at 12 paces. I put on a Leaper's green/red dot scope and an NCStar green dor laser. Puts 20 rounds consistently in the bull at 50 feet and looks REALLY cool! Not difficult to pump to 10 and bolt should definitely be on right side. Clip should detach like clip on the old Crosman M-16 copy.
MK-177 field tested
By Ken M
Ordered MK-177 in all black, very menacing looking right out of the box. Installed included iron sights without any adjustments and went straight outside to the backyard in order to zero them in. Both my Fiance and I used both a bench shots and standing positions at 35 feet as stated in the manual to zero in the sights using Crosman .177 Wadcutter pellets nailing both 5 bulls eye paper targets and than stacked cans. Without any adjustments and getting more familiar to the feel and trigger we consistently were hitting bull's eyes after 4 shots.
Being right handed I was able to pump the rifle with my left hand and hold the rifle with my right hand by grasping the pistol grip handle, top of the receiver or buttstock. I found setting the buttstock against my front hip while pumping made cocking easy with my right thumb and indexing the pellet clip with my right index finger in 2 smooth snap moves just above the receiver when shooting pellets and my Fiance did the same as we traded back and forth taking shots for a couple of hours.
I was debating on purchasing the MK-177, M4-177, and Winchester M14 CO2. I chose the MK-177 for it's styling, configuration of controls and variable pump action and with price being in between the M4-177 and Winchester it was an easy choice. I did my homework and read the reviews before hand, my concerns with the mentioned pump action, stock sights, buttpad storage access, and cocking/feeding were quickly put to rest as I found everything operating without any issues and lay out of controls easy to access.
We wanted a fun air rifle for backyard plinking fun that can shoot both BBs or Pellets, pest control around our garden and Koi pond and the MK-177 fits the bill perfectly.
User hostile gun
When I got this gun I was excited as it is a new product and looked truly innovative. That excitement quickly faded as I discovered those innovations were all window dressing. First the bb/pellet selector switch is non-functional. Second the magazine storage is molded into the gun so it's not storage. Just decoration. Next I tried to pump it cock it and fire it. The gu8n fought me every step of the way. The sights also could not be set up properly. And the storage behind the butt plate required a screwdriver to pry the pad off. So I needed tools to get to the tools. I ended up notching the rubber pad so I had something I could grab with a finger to get it off. Then I ended up grinding two tabs off the inside of the pump handle so I could pump it without fighting the gun. Then I had to grind off almost half of the front sight post to get the sights zeroed in. There's no cure for the cumbersome cocking lever on the left side which is very clumsy for a right handed person to use.
The gun is supposed to be easier to pump than the M4-177. I tested this and found both are the same in how much effort it takes to fire the gun. So in reality this gun isn't as innovative or new. Out of the box it was user hostile and needed significant modification before it was even near useable.
Personally I think Crosman needs to get rid of some of the empty promises on this gun. The bb/pellet selector needs to actually work or go away. The magazine needs to be removable for storage, The tabs I ended off removing need to go away, and the front sight needs to be reworked so it is useful, and they need to rethink the butt stock storage area. And the cocking knob needs to be put back on the right side of the gun where it isn't so clumsy to get at.
This is a nice shooting little gun! Feels great in your hands,but the claim of up to 750 FPS for pellets and up to 800 FPS for BBs is way way off.10 shot av. for BBs was 655 at 10 pumps and for pellets was 628FPS at 10 pump shooting 7.5 gr. pellets. I think Crosman needs to place REAL world FPS on their products!!
Would I recommend this gun to a friend YES but I would tell him the truth about the FPS!
Nice and powerful!
I just ordered my MK-177, and put it together this evening. At first look, I'd say the rifle feels a bit cheap with a plastic like body. I have a similar rifle in airsoft caliber and it feels much more realistic. These days many such rifles, (at least the real bullet throwing type), are made out of a polymer which is similar to plastic, but has a more rigid and stronger feel. This rifle feels a little more like plastic and it pretty light weight. My airsoft rifle is much heavier. The sights on this rifle are a bit tall, I think they should make them more low profile. The sights also have more of a cheap plastic feel to them. Loading both pellets and BBs is relatively easy, and pumping the rifle is a little awkward at first, but I got the hang of it very quickly. The power this rifle puts out is pretty amazing, and reading about the other variable pump rifles on Crosman's website, it seems this one is about the most powerful of them all. Something I am curious about is in regards to the overall design of the rifle. On the website, the picture you see of the rifle is a little different than what I received. The small section you see on the butt end of the stock is not present on mine. The picture on the website looks as if you could remove the section to shorten the stock, or add it back on to lengthen it. As I just mentioned, mine doesn't have that piece. However, I can still store BBs and pellet mags in the butt-stock along with the sight adjustment tool, but removing the pad on the stock is rather tough. I wish that the rifle had an adjustable stock like the real weapon, or at least like my airsoft rifle has. I can adjust the length of the stock and raise or lower the cheek pad, not on this rifle though. Maybe that would just raise the price too high though for something like this!?!
All things considered, it is a cool looking, and powerful rifle. I guess I'm just a little disappointed by comparing it to my airsoft version, which has the weight and feel of the real thing. I'd say this is definitely a nice pellet/BB gun, but the price just seems a little on the high side.
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