How much is a m4 BB gun?

How much is a m4 BB gun?

Crosman M4-177 Tactical Style Bolt Action Variable Pump . 177-Caliber Pellet and BB Air Rifle

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What is an M4-177?

The M4-177 is a 0.177 caliber air rifle with picatinny rails for mounting accessories and adaptability. The Crosman air rifle is versatile, so it’s perfect for right or left handed shooters. Think high power as this air gun fires pellets up to 625 feet per second and BBs up to 660 feet per second.

Is the Crosman M4-177 automatic?

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….Currently Out of Stock.

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Action Bolt Action
SKU M4-177

Is the Crosman 760 a good air rifle?

With proper supervision, I would absolutely recommend the 760 for even a young shooter. The ammunition and accessories below are recommended for the Crosman® 760 Pumpmaster® .177 Pellet / BB Pneumatic Pump Air Rifle, Brown.

What’s the price of a Crosman 760 Pumpmaster?

The price of a Crosman 760 pumpmaster is just about $40. It’s a very cheap price considering that it combines a BB gun and pellet gun in one place. For under 50 dollars, now you can own an air rifle full of fun. Isn’t that awesome?

What kind of barrel does a Crosman 761 have?

An early 761 barrel will fit right on a ver.1. My ver.1 has an excellent smooth bore barrel. My best shooters are a Ver.6 with 3/4 inch cut off the barrel, recrowned and with a drilled and tapped front sight. The other one is a Ver.9 with a crosman peep sight and a trigger job.

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When did The Crosman 760s come out of the closet?

Forums › Springers, Pumpers, C02, & Replicas › Springers, Pumpers, C02, & Replicas – Discussion › ID vintage Crosman 760’s? I pulled these two out of the closet. The one with the plastic stock and the brass bolt was (I believe) given to me in the late 60’s.