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The next great variable pump rifle is here and now available with everything you need: rifle, ammunition, targets and shooting glasses.
If you enjoy the adaptability of the AR platform then you're going to love the M4-177. The airgun features a rifled steel barrel and shoots both pellets and BBs. The rifle's variable pump action is easy to use for right or left-handed shooters.
Expect velocities up to 660 fps with BBs and 625 fps with 7.9gr, .177 caliber pellets.
There's plenty of picatinny rails for mounting your favorite accessories, plus the front and rear sights and stock are removable for the ultimate in upgrade possibilities.
- Includes a Firepow'r 5-shot pellet clip
- Reservoir capacity of 350 BBs
- Adjustable stock to fit every shooter
- Loop slots for adding a gun sling
- Windage and elevation adjustments
- Two aperture sizes instantly available on rear sight: just flip up the small one for stationary or bullseye targets or the large one for moving or large targets.
- Removable magazine stores pellet clip and sight adjustment tool
- Model NumberM4-177KT
- Pellet VelocityUp to 600 fps
- BB VelocityUp to 625 fps
- Weight3.56 lbs
- Length34 in
- MechanismBolt Action
- Power SourceVariable Pump
- AmmunitionPellets / BBs
- Pellet Capacity5 Shot Clip
- BB Reservoir350
- BB Magazine18 Shot
- Front SightElevation Adjustable Pin
- Rear SightDual Aperture Windage Adjustable Carry Handle Peep Sight
- Optics RailPicatinny
Great Air Rifle
When I saw on the box that it included a carry handle I expected it to be flimsy plasic and didn't expect to use it. However, it is very sturdy and can support the weight of the gun!
To test the stength of the airgun, I fired crosman pellets into 4 gallon cartons filled with water. With three pumps, the pellets just bounce off, but with ten they shoot straight through! The only thing missing from this gun is the ability to mount a sling, but that in no way diminishes this product.
Great pump, stock issues.
Down to the nitty-gritty, this is an accurate gun, easy adjustable, and at 25 feet, able to write my name(if i tried) in a target, its that accurate. The handle on the kit is stable and makes the rear sight adjusting even easier, however a way to lock the adjustments would be nice. Only real complaints are when pumping, thats where the issue lies. Awkward weaver rail makes it uncomfortable, and the gun is unwieldy when pumping. You will be tempted to brace the gun with the stock, which is the first fatal mistake, thats what did ours in. From there your next option is pumping from the pistol grip, which will tire or hurt your wrist at over 3-5 pumps. Next option is to pump via the handle provided, which, so far the handle has been stable, but this can also cause the extended stock some wear, as you are prone to shaking it while doing this. Last option being to grip the ring behind the pump, around the barrel, but this is unwieldy and small, and in the event you replace the handle with a scope, really makes it difficult to do.
Even with a weak stock merger, and difficulty of pumping, this gun is great, its so accurate, mostly durrible, the kit is a nice deal, and i intend to buy the upcoming MK-177 sibling to this gun when its released. If you are looking for a variable pump rifle and like the military motif, this is the gun for you.
The m-4 .177
By Nickolas Woods
BOTTOM LINE: I love the rifle and i would seriously reccomend this to an avid shooter who wanted a budget rifle with a good ammount of power for the price. Another great rifle Crosman!
The coolest gun I ever own
2 thumbs up
And now the part I don't enjoy, the Cons. I don't like dissing a gun I absolutely love but it wouldn't be a complete review if I wasn't completely unbiased in my evaluation. 1st) It could have weighed a little more, I was honestly amazed at how much it weighed since the gun is almost entirely plastic minus the action, the barrel and, the mounting brackets for the plastic ''iron'' sights. 2nd) In my opinion the gun could have achieved a better balance by properly securing a metal weight within the telescopic stock becuase as previously mentioned all the weight in the gun is on top of or ahead of your trigger hand making the back end feel almost non existant and overly front heavy in all. 3rd) The useless picattiny rail under the foregrip, I have two problems with this one...how come the rail cover is mock and not actually removable to reveal a full size under rail? and why did you guys put a rail where you know it's gonna get in the way of charging the weapon in the first place?? To me this is a relatively major design flaw on crosmans behalf and the only thing I can think of to remedy it, would be to use an offset riser rail to the L or R for a laser or grip, and on a similar note why only put rails on the muzzle, the bottom handguard and on the upper reciever? would it have broken the gun to add the two sides and the top rails to the handguard?
Summary: All in all, great gun whilst the over use of plastic does bother me a bit and I do prefer actual IRON sights lol, everything is sturdy, things that aren't sposed to move don't, my shots land where I put 'em everytime so I really can't complain, easy to load, shoot and carry, versatile in that it can be far more accessorized than most any other bb/pellet gun out there and the only thing I could suggest is to pick what you want to do with the rifle before you use it, baisically the magnetic bolt idea is really cool but if you wanna use bb's and fill the resevoir up then don't bother with pellet because the steel bbs tamper with the internal ballistics of the riffled barrel, if you prefer target shooting to general plinking and intend to ever hunt with this thing I suggest sticking to lead ammunition to keep your shots true to point of aim. In the end, I love this gun, wouldn't ever get rid of it, will probably keep to give to my children eventually to teach them proper gun handling and such and my only real complaints about it and this is entirely biased to my opinion regardless of how much I like it, I prefer the handle style rear sight which only comes with the kit and I got just the gun so if that were an option that would have been cool and secondly I understand you have to "nerf" the velocities to make them legal in Canada but when the box tells me up to 495fps and the best I can see with 10 pumps is ~470fps that bothers me a bit especially when in the U.S.A. they're manufactured to 600fps (pellet)- 625fps (bb), I guess I just feel slightly ripped off that the M4-177s aren't as fine tuned for the Canadian market. Still if they're available in your area and are looking for a new pellet gun GET ONE!!!!
By Marius hagen
i like this gun for the looks and that it looks almost like an real M4. if you are looking for an good targetshooter this is it!
Overal!! AWSOME wepon, but hard to find gear to it....
By rat hunter
crosman m4 177 kt
By john fairbanks
M4-177KT = Well worth 100 bucks!
By Nick Woods
Summery: Great gun, gotta buy it. BUY IT!!
Cons is the Lower rail is hard on the hands while pumping. im going to maybe try a flashlight on the bottom to see if that helps.
Overall really nice for the price....Buy it!
PROs: Looks very realistic. Feels good to hold. Really fun to shoot!! When I checked reviews with my barcode scanner, everyone was giving 4 and 5 stars...and they are right!!
CONs: Decent weight, but would not mind a bit more. Sight alignment/picture was a bit off from what it is on my 5.56mm M4. The biggest so far is that even though there are rails, a lower attachemnt looks like it gets in the way of pumping a bit.
OVERALL: Buy it!!
Needs some accessories? Look through the items we paired up with the M4-177 Kit.
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