Reman M4-177 Rifle (.177)
- Ratings / Reviews
The next great variable pump rifle is here! 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 Number9-M417RM
- Pellet VelocityUp to 625 fps
- BB VelocityUp to 660 fps
- Weight3 lbs 9 oz
- MechanismBolt action
- Power SourceMulti-pump
- Pellet Capacity5
- BB Reservoir350
- BarrelRifled steel
- Front SightRemovable/Adjustable
- Rear SightRemovable/Adjustable
- SafetyCrossbolt trigger type
Reman M4-177 Rifle (.177)
the best m4 airgun
By manuel guardiola
A great product over all
By The Omega Mna
Most of the gun is made using plastics and/or polymers including the mounting rails. It looks like the action and the barrel are made of metal. Care is needed to not tighten down accessories too tight or you may damage the rails. The only way to use pellets, with this gun, is to use the supplied 5 pellet Carrier/Magazine. It must be manually moved to a different detent position after every shot, in addition to the pumping and cocking of the bolt.
Staying on target between shots is simply not an option with this gun. The integrated pump does save on the overall cost to shoot this gun and the accuracy seems to be pretty good with the 16" barrel. The included "Iron" peep sites work well for both elevation and windage and both front and rear sites are Picatinny attached and fully removable/replaceable. the box magazine is removable but is there only as a storage bin for the Front site adjustment tool and a spare 5 pellet Carrier. Unfortunately, the box magazine does eject by pressing the mag release button as with most real AR rifles. The button is just for appearance and does not move at all. Also the AR-15 Forward advance is a prop and lacks the actual end knob completely! (A Cosmetic Fail). The AR-15 charging handle is a prop also and does not move at all on this gun. This is sad, as I would have rather that part mimic the real AR-15 to cock (charge) the bolt on this air rifle rather than the Crosman 760 series style bolt level does, on this air gun.
Word of warning the collapsible stock (buffer tube) mounts to the gun with a completely plastic sliding and locking flange and grove 'like' mechanism. While this is thick plastic, it is NOT impervious to stress and WILL break of rendering the stock useless. Crosman graciously sent me a complete stock assembly replacement. when my M4-177 fell over (was standing solely on the but stock at the time) and the stock snapped right off. Morale, while the gun can balance on it's butt plate, it might not be wise to do it.
The pistol grip is closed on the bottom (unlike most stock AR-15s) and can not be replaced. it seems a little small in diameter for me. This may be for smaller hands. It is textured on the sides and does give the feel of a positive grip when held in firing position. I would pay to have a rubber like grip cover option or the ability to replace this grip with after market grips. But for the money, this is a fine target practice gun as it is.