Crossman 1077 Co2 setup. £100 in Ashington

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1 week ago


I put this together afew weeks ago as a loaner gun for a mates son to try his hand at shooting for the first time. His lad loved it and now having the basics, safe handling, shot count, zeroing in a scope etc he's ready to move on to a PCP and the setups come back to me. Having added another springer and a PCP to my gun cabinet recently I just don't have space for it so I'm moving it on rarther than it going into the loft and being forgot about.
Ideal first setup for a novice or young shooter seeing if they take to the sport. Will also make a fun back garden gun to encourage a youngster off their games console for awhile.
The rifle is .177 and powered by cheap 12g Co2 giving about 50 usable shots per caplet before the power starts to drop. The rotary pellet mags hold 12 pellets and shoots around 780 FPS.
The rifle comes with a new gun bag (big enough to fit the gun with scope and bipod attached, plus pockets for Co2 and pellet tin etc. Height adjustable bipod, 2 mags with 12 shot rotary pellet holders, 4x32 scope, 1/2" threaded UNF sound moderator and adapter, tin of pellets, 3 Co2 caplets. Basically everything that you see in the pictures.
The gun holds gas well, seals are good having only had light use and never stored with a caplet in for more than a day. Fires and cycles pellets well, never had a jam. Good accuracy between 10-15 yards, my mates lad got good 5p piece groupings at this distance. Ideal for short range target shooting or as a fun plinker it will fire as fast as you pull the trigger if you want rapid fire. With the sound moderator on it's back garden friendly
Any questions feel free to ask. Message through Freeads initially but if you leave a number I'll ring or text you back if you prefer.
Cash on collection is best but can accept PayPal and post for an additional £15. Parcel force 48 tracked and insured. **The Co2 caplets can't legally be posted.**
Thanks for looking.

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