Written on: 15/08/2008 by weiho (6 reviews written)
I bought my rifle in Costa Rica and it is known here as the "Mendoza RM800". When I opened the box, I noticed that the rifle came along with a factory test card specifying a 3/8" grouping, 1059 fps, and quality control.
I have other air rifles made by El Gamo, and RWS, but neither of the two have such rigurous testing! With the normal break in period (500-2000) shots, the trigger and internal action will smooth out.
Overall, I will have to give this air rifle two thumbs up and i highly... (read more)
Written on: 26/02/2008
simple and very strong airgun one of the best if you can not a very expensive airgun, there is plenty of accuracy in 10 yds with the Crosman Mendoza 877 (read more)
Written on: 05/02/2004 by cazador (1 review written)
rm 2000 and rm 2800 both .22 are much better the older rifles, clisifided as super magnums. I have the 2800 and it has lots of punch. (read more)
Written on: 13/08/2003 by timothy woods (1 review written)
I have not shot the Crosman MENDOZA RM 877 air rifle, but, I have shot the RM 777, as a matter of fact, I am about to purchase one. And, before you try to talk me out of it because it is made in Mexico, I want to tell you that it is an Excellent Product, and I believe a lot better value for the money, than for the Gamo 1250, or the RWS 350, yes, they may be a little better in quality, however, at 150 yards, shotting a 10.5 grain Crosman Premier Pellet, the velocity of the RWS 350 (713... (read more)
Written on: 15/07/2002 by JD from Ohio.
The Crosman Mendoza RM 877 is a great hunting gun. I use mine for garden pests, birds, rabbits and tree rats. Very accurate and strong shooter. Smooth and a fine looking gun, thumb hole stock. (read more)
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