Written on: 29/05/2009
The Crosman 760-D is an amazing gun, lasted forever… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/04/2009
The Crosman 760-D was my first air rifle, i got it when i was little, and back then, i didn't take care of anything. once i left this thing under a tree for 3 weeks, and now, im holding it next to me. it has a rusted barrel on the outside, and has more dings and scrapes than a demolition derby. yey, it performs is excellently as the day i got it. i learned most of what i know about gun safety from this thing.
grooves for scope.
though plastic, grips and sock… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/03/2007 by the russian (5 reviews written)
I got this air rifle from a friend who owned it for 20 years! I have owned it for 9 years and it is still amazing in almost every way. Now this is not the best thing Crosman ever made but for the money [$25.00 were i got it] its the best thing out there! This has a velocity of 650 f.p.s to the best of my knowledge and is very reliable. This is a great gift for the little ones about 7+.
but please be careful!
Feel free to post a comment to me… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/05/2004 by smokywon (1 review written)
my 2 cents : I have owned a lot of air rifles from
crosman to my now advanced beeman r-11
I've got two kids 9 and 11 and I started them out with the Crosman 760-D mainly for safety.
1.The pump handle won't come back and smash your there fingers if left open (like kids WILL do!)
2.You can't fire (empty) intill a bb is loaded.
(I only let them shoot bb's right now.)
3.You have more control over the power (fps) (I let them use 6 pumps but my gun is old)
4. I don't know about shooting a penny at… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/01/2004 by kcsgunsmith (1 review written)
The 760-d, while not the most well-made air rifle, is ideal for a plinker or anti-pest gun. It is very accurate, utilizing fixed iron sights. It is grooved for a scope if desired. Unlike previous reviews have stated, it is a very reliable, robust gun. It still requires moderate care, as any gun. I obtained mine secondhand, and it has withstood 1000's of shots fired, constant abuse and use in less than ideal conditions. I have used it for a main weapon in airgun skirmishes. One of the only… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/12/2003 by pmishler (1 review written)
my 760-d began missfiring after about a year. I dissasembled the unit and found that the plastic housing between the bb chamber and the trigger mechanism housing had cracks in several places and had broken through in one location. This let bb's into the trigger mechanism which jammed the gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/04/2003 by Mark. (1 review written)
The 760-D would make a nice air rifle for the young child just starting with air guns. Its short at 33 inches,lightweight at 2lbs. 2oz, and accurate. It can shoot BB's and pellets. I only shot pellets with this rifle. You pump the handle up to 10 times max.[as stated in manual] With a 7.9 grain pellet, 5 pumps will give you 511 fps. and 10 pumps will give you 609 fps. Which I feel is pretty good considering the size and weight of the rifle. Only bad point I see is its plastic stock. Im not sure… Read Full Review