Crosman 760 Pump Master Variable Pump BB Repeater/Single Shot Pellet Rifle

Crosman 760 Pump Master Variable Pump BB Repeater/Single Shot Pellet Rifle

  • Crosman 760 Air Rifle
  • Full-scale replica of pneumatic rifle compatible with small BBs or pellets
  • Looks, feels, weighs, and functions just like a real rifle, but safer
  • Velocity of up to 625 fps (BBs) and 600 fps (pellets)
  • 18-shot BB magazine or 5-shot pellet clip; 200-shot reservoir
  • Fiber-optic sight; compatible with scope or red-dot sight

The Pumpmaster 760 is known for its short stroke, high compression pump action giving shooters of all ability levels an sizes fast easy firing. A reservoir holds up to 200 BBs and for pellets, there is a convenient 5 shot manual clip. The maximum velocity is up to 625 fps (feet per second) with BBs, and 600 fps with pelletsThe Crosman Pumpmaster 760 has been one of the most popular air rifles on the market since it was first released in 1966. A full-scale replica of a pneumatic rifle, it’s known

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3 thoughts on “Crosman 760 Pump Master Variable Pump BB Repeater/Single Shot Pellet Rifle

  1. 228 of 241 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Value, October 1, 2009
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    Thomas Money “Tommy” (U.P. of Michigan) –
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    I know guns and I know BB guns. I’m old enough to remember when they used to make BB guns out of metal. I bought this for a 14 year old girl for her birthday. The 760 is kind of the mid/low grade model in the Crosman Air gun line. First lets talk about the bad. First and foremost, there is no windage (left or right) adjustment on the rear sight other then bending it over a little which I did. There is only elevation (up or down). Second the barrel is not rifled. While it is made of steel, without rifling BB’s and pellets very easily wander off course, with this said accuracy is not this guns strong suit. Third it is hard for youths to pump. The 760 has a relatively short stroke on the forearm pump. This doesn’t give you a lot of leverage. The girl I bought it for is an athlete and she has some trouble with it, her cousins who don’t get off the couch and play video games all day, really had trouble with it. Forth, its almost to light. Being made of mostly plastic, this gun is so light its almost hard to keep steady on the shoulder. This could be a plus though if your child is going to be carrying it around in the woods all day.
    Ok now for the good. First it’s a fun gun to shoot. There is nothing better than sitting out back and knocking over a few can with this thing. Second it had enough power to be effective. You could easily blow through a blue jay on the feeder, a red squirrel that is bothering you, your neighbors plate glass front window, or you eye, without a problem. It you think you are going to kill a skunk, raccoon, or the neighbors cat, you are out of luck, it doesn’t have the muscle. Third its cheap, dollar for dollar I don’t think you can find a better air rifle. Its much better than any rifle or pistol that takes a CO2 cartridge. Do not buy your child any BB gun that uses a CO2 cartridge. They are all junk and don’t shoot well at all, plus the cartridges will cost you more than the gun its self. Fourth it takes BB’s and pellets. BB’s travel faster but are very inaccurate, but you have a reserve of them in the gun making them easy to load. Pellets are harder to load, but are more accurate, and if you get the hunting pointed tip pellets are better for penetration. Fifth it’s a pump, there is no spring to weaken, there are no CO2 cartridges to start loosing air pressure. I found in the past Crosman seals hold up well. Give then a drop of oil once and a while, and your air rifle will last a long time. Being a pump you can very the air pressure. So if you wanted to shoot in your basement, pump it three times, or if you go outside pump it ten. The long term consistence of crosman pumps are very good.
    In conclusion I recommend the 760 for the price, but if your willing to spend a little bit more, the Crosman 2100 fixes just about all the bad points I mentioned. It twice the air rifle at twice the price. The 2100 you can really start to teach a child some real shooting fundamentals, as the accuracy is far superior with the rifled barrel. Also don’t put a cheap little scope on this, the pellets and bb’s drop so quickly your better just to use the open sites.
    You are much better buying your kid this than a video game!!!!!

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  2. 47 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s a classic that still performs., June 7, 2006
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    mgso “mgso” (Ca, USA) –

    If you like a short rifle that’s accurate (Crosman added fiberoptic front sight,) dependable and uses 5 pellet manual clip (you have to slide it manually) this is the rifle. It’s light weight and with 10 pumps can deliver a punch close to 600 fps. I’m a pellet man, but yes it shoots bb’s too. For target shooting, I only use 3 pumps for my 25′ range. I like the fiberoptic front sight, but I put a Crossman scope on mine. I strongly recommend buying extra clips if you’re into pellets. A pack of four is around $5/$6.

    mgso

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  3. 41 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great gun, February 6, 2006
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    LS “LS” (CA) –

    I’ve had this gun for 5 years and it still works like new. it shoots bbs and pellets and has adjustable fps, depending on how many times you pump it.it’s good for target shooting and a great gun for the price.

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