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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.
NOT A TOY. ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. MISUSE OR CARELESS USE MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. BE CAREFUL, SHOOT SAFELY.THIS PRODUCT CAN EXPOSE YOU TO CHEMICALS INCLUDING LEAD, WHICH IS KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER AND BIRTH DEFECTS OR OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM. FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO WWW.P65WARNINGS.CA.GOV
- 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
- Technical Specs
SKU M4-177 Caliber .177 Powerplant Variable Pump Lead Pellet Velocity No Alloy Pellet Velocity No Steel BB Velocity No Action Bolt Action Length No Product Weight No Air Reservoir No Barrel Material No Rifled Barrel No Barrel Type No Buttpad No Camo Pattern No Checkering No Cocking Effort No FPE No Foot Pounds of Energy (FPE) N/A Joules No Front Sight Elevation Adjustable Pin Rear Sight Windage Adjustable/Dual Aperture Peep Material Synthetic Magazine Clip/Reservoir Mounting Rail Picatinny Noise Suppression No Trigger Single Stage Stock Style No Included Optics No Sling Mounts Included No Sling Mount Type No Stock Material Polymer Safety Crossbolt Rings included? No
M4-177 (.177/BB) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 14.Rated 4 out of 5 by Hobbit from Like a Super 760 It has a rifled barrel to make best use of the pellet clip. M-4 gives solid accuracy up to fifteen yards. With Crosman Points it is a viable hunting weapon at closer ranges. 7 pumps always for reliable accuracy and power that can punch through soup cans. Also any concerns over plastic body, are missing a huge improvement - the barrel is protected by the plastic outer shell. No more wiggling barrel. Any parts that break are readlily replaceable through Crosman parts department...including trigger. Crosman diagrams, and YouTube videos for 760, make repairs a snap. The many affordable UTG upgrades (point sight, sling, bi-pod) put this pump rifle on the must have list. Proper Pellgun oil lubing will keep the power high and pumping easy.Date published: 2017-10-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Destro from A great product We just purchased this, and are really enjoying it. Solidly built, great weight and feel, and the ability to fire pellets or BB's is a great idea. The only puzzling thing is why it comes with only 1 pellet clip / strip, yet the magazine storage piece is clearly made to hold 2 clips / strips. Are they so expensive for Crosman to make that they can only afford to include 1 of them?! Especially after we paid almost $200.00 after taxes for it.Date published: 2017-09-26Rated 3 out of 5 by CobraJockey from So much good about the M4-177KIT, but 1 Major Flaw First I want to say that the Crosman M4-177KIT (with "Carry Handel" version) I bought is an impressive looking and close to medium range shooter with various pellet types. At 10 to 15 yards it nearly makes one (large) jagged hole in 5 hots with "wadcutter" type pellets, something I would not expect from a low cost "plastic" pump airgun. The good rifled steel .177 barrel no doubt is the reason, but don't shoot steel BB's or it'll wear out the rifling in the barrel fast. It look like a real M4 (almost, the front sight /mount assembly is wrong) but over-all mostly accurate. I was in the USAF (Helicopter pilot) during Vietnam and we trained with the original M16, the M4 wasn't around then, but the general "feel" is so similar, though to Crosman is much lighter. NOW the "Flaw", a major weakness in this M4-177 is the stock attachment to the receiver, mine snapped off at this point within the first week when I braced the stock next to my abdomen while holding the back of the receiver to pump the rifle. It snapped the far too thin plastic "flanges on the stock at the slide on attachment point of the M4's receiver body. I feel it's a design flaw, the plastic is too thin and too brittle and the flanges which aren't ONE piece for added strength are too easy to break. After the USAF I became a cop, and because I've worked on guns since a kid on a farm, the departments "armorer" (gunsmith) repairing and modifying dept weapons. I tried to epoxy the flange parts back on, but even Epoxy glue is not strong enough. If I were an engineer at Crosman, I would change that design to a "one piece" part of a tougher thicker plastic that has some flexibility, or use carbon fiber.; or make the receiver and stock tube a One Piece casting. I think I will look for an aftermarket collapsing M4 stock to modify to the Crosman M4 receiver. I'm afraid you have to be too careful with this very nice air-rifle when using it and that kinda hurts the "fun factor". Otherwise I love the rifle for our out-of-control rabbit / squirrel / crow problem extermination and fun "plinking" with the grand-kids. Let me know when you have a better design, I'd love to try it and review it.Date published: 2018-05-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Airgun fanatic from Ease of loading pellets I bought this gun about a year ago, and the performance is very good. It’s pretty accurate, and loading it is easy with the clip, though Crosman could probably afford to add another spare with purchase. I’ve owned many airguns in the past, and Crosman always makes good, accurate products at affordable prices. I would not recommend using BB’s, since they will wear down the grooves in the barrel, compromising accuracy.Date published: 2017-11-25Rated 2 out of 5 by Andy NC from Fun to shoot; not robust I owned two of these. Both developed cracks around the pump hinge within a few hundred rounds. Both had triggers fail within a year.Date published: 2017-09-30Rated 1 out of 5 by sadairsofter from The stock broke while I was pumping it the stock broke while I was pumping it with the stock resting in my armpit. it broke clean off and there is no way in repairing itDate published: 2017-10-29Rated 4 out of 5 by Elias from It's Good It's this gun is the M4 or the Colt Commando? It looks similar to these guns.Date published: 2017-12-23Rated 1 out of 5 by KentuckyHIker65 from Not the Crossman I grew up with... Purchased this for my son after he outgrew his BB gun. I had the old Crossman pump up air rifle back in the early 80's, and it was super accurate, with both BB's and Pellets. This thing here is total junk compared to my old Crossman. Very inaccurate definitely NOT worth the money I paid for it. I guess I should have purchased the model closest to what I had...the 760 maybe? Anyways, I was really let down by this air rifle. We put a scope on it and tried to zero it at about 10 yards. Could never get it to even hit in a 4 or 5 inch diameter circle consistently. Thought it was the scope, so we pulled it off and mounted it on my .22. After a few rounds I was hitting center mass on target. So the air rifle is not accurate. It looks cool, but that is about it. Save your money and purchase one of the other models.Date published: 2019-03-03
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