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What is the difference between a 760 Powermaster and 760 Pumpmaster?
These rifles are very similar. Their are several variations of both rifles. Basically it came down to the shots that could be stored ( BB's) the original 760 only shot BB's and held 180 BB's. later versions could also shoot .177 pellets. The Pump Master had an 18 shot BB mag and a 5 shot .177 pellet mag
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See link Below! There are about 11 different versions of the 760, See the link at the bottom of this page to select the one you need. (It's all the Crosman air rifle models.…)
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I assume you are asking about the 760 pumpmaster XLS. Their are 9 different variations of the 760. The Crosman 760 is a BB repeater or single shot 177-pellet rifle. But your… question is how do you shoot it? Load the rifle with either a Pellet or BB. Pump it several times NOT more that 10 times. Usually 8 pumps is more than enough. Aim at your target grip the rifle fairly tight in your right hand but do not grip it tight in your left hand (Hold it easily with your left hand.) Air rifles have a different kick than regular gunpowder rifles. Holding it tightly in both hands will cause you to pull off target. Relax and take a deep breath and breathe out slowly. Aim at your target using the sights. Squeeze the trigger. Do not yank the trigger or it will pull you off target. Once the rifle fires keep you sights on the target. (Basically follow through with your shot) adjust your next shot to compensate for any variations that you made on your last shot. The 760 is a smoothbore barrel rifle (most all BB rifles are smooth bore) so it is not as accurate as a rifled bore Air Rifle. ) However with practice you will get better at knowing you rifle, so keep practicing.
I've answered this question before so here it is again:. Crosman 760 was manufactured from 1964 to 1991 in 8 variation's. Original 1964 model: Continuous wood stock & forear…m Developed as "Canada Boy". 1st: Variant: Continuous wood stock & forearm. 1966-70, Name dropped.. 2nd: Variant: Styrene stock & forearm with scope mount grooves, 1971-74. 3rd : Variant: self cocking Styrene stock, wood forearm 1974-75. 4th: Variant: ABS stock & forearm 1975-77. 5th: Variant: manual cocking 1977-80. 6th: Variant: plastic bolt 1980-83. 7th: Variant: Plastic receiver 1983-91. 8th: Variant: shorter barrel, pressed on sights 1991
600 FPS - Pellet 625 FPS - BB
See the link below for the owners manual. Crosman has all their owners manuals online. There are four different versions of the model 760. From the link select the one you wan…t on the left when the link opens. You will have to scroll down to find it.
It may be able to with a small dog, over 10 pumps, at close range.
There are 10 variations of the model 760 but all of them are similar. Crosman has the Parts manual and Owners manuals online ( See the link below) scroll down the left side of… the link when it opens and locate your model.
It's usually just in front of the trigger guard. It should be a 9 digit number.
You need to state what condition it's in. without more information it is not possible to answer you.
It all depends on the current condition of the rifle. You have not given description so it is not possible to give an estimate of value
Yes it has to be pumped at least 3 time and not more than 10 times per the Owners Manual. See the link below for the Owners Manual
Crosman has some parts available online. See the link below for all the Crosman rifle parts manuals and owners manuals. You can order parts from Crosman.
See the Crosman link below for the diagram.
There are several versions of this model. Here is the web page for all of Crosman air guns. Owners Manuals and Schematics. See the link below.
Crosman has most all of their air rifles Owners manuals and parts manuals online. See the link below and download you parts manual. This will give you a start.