You are getting your Crosmans mixed up. The Remington Airmaster 77 is the same as the Crosman 2100B multi-pump, not the 760. The 760 is an almost all plastic gun. The 2100B/Remington Airmaster has a metal receiver, the 760's is all plastic. So, on the 760, the scope rail on the receiver where you bolt on the scope is plastic, so you have to really be careful to not overtighten. The 2100B/Remington Airmasyter 77 is all metal there. Much stronger. The 760 and the other 2 air guns are quite different. Google pitures of these and you'll see the differences easily.
Originally Posted by FPGT72
It has been around for YEARS like others say. And for what it is not a bad little air rifle. Also sold under Remington airmaster 77.
I own two of them....on a good day around 700fps if the sun spots all align just right. Fun to shoot as it will do BB's and .177 pellets as well....it will shoot just pop can accurate out to about 25-30 yards...gets iffy after that.
Not a cheap toy, a pretty good multi pump air rifle at its price point....I would say it is the best in its class.