Crosman 1077 and 2100 Suppressor

(10 customer reviews)


CROSMAN 1077 and 2100 Suppressor

  • Affectively makes the Crosman 1077 and 2100 backyard friendly
  • Suppressor utilizes 7 cone-shaped internal baffles
  • Kit includes threaded adapter, suppressor, and thread cap
  • Adapter replaces the stock Crosman 1077 or 2100 barrel cap
  • 3d printed from ABS in the US by a veteran-owned business
  • FREE SHIPPING within the USA. Ships same or next business day via USPS



This kit includes an ABS 3d printed threaded adapter, thread cap, and threaded suppressor. The adapter was designed exclusively for the Crosman 1077, but it has been reported that it is also compatible with the Crosman 2100 and Legacy 1000. The suppressor and thread cap are the same that are used on our M4-177, Daisy 880 and 13XX suppressor kit. The suppressor has 7 internal cone-shaped baffles. All the parts are 3d printed in the US and ship same or next business day.

Installation is simple. You’ll need a hammer to remove the front sight post/barrel cap. Hammer off the cap. Align the adapter with the tube from which the cap was removed. Make sure the barrel is aligned with the thru hole in the adapter and the sight post of the adapter is aligned with the slot in the tube. Insert it by hand, ensuring proper alignment. Tap it in with a hammer the rest of the way.

PLEASE NOTE: I used to make the suppressor with a larger opening than necessary to avoid any clipping issues, but have decided to tighten it up for maximum report suppression. This will increase the likelihood of pellet clipping. If the accuracy of your airgun is affected you may need to drill out your suppressor little by little until the accuracy is no longer affected. If you are not comfortable with this please do not purchase. But it’s not bad. The drill bit will self-align using the baffles like a pilot hole. Make sure you remove the suppressor from the airgun before you drill it out.

Check out the video below for more info. It’s kind of goofy, but you may find it to be helpful.

Additional information

Weight2.1 oz
Dimensions5.75 × 2.25 × 2.125 in

Adapter Only, Adapter and Suppressor

10 reviews for Crosman 1077 and 2100 Suppressor

  1. Matt (verified owner)

    I put this on a 1077 and it lowered the report tremendously. I also prefer the solid post to the fiber the 1077 came with. Arrived sooner than expected!

  2. Mike U (verified owner)

    Just got this in and put rounds through it and without for comparison.
    iIt makes a nice drop in sound for my target shooting in garage and pigeons in backyard fitted on a Crosman Legacy 1000.

  3. Sal DeSimone (verified owner)

    Just put this on my Remington Airmaster which is a Crosman 2100B. Popped the front fiber optic sight off, never liked them and usually paint them black anyway. Insert went in with hand pressure no need for a hammer. Threaded on the Suppressor and the gun spits now. I ran out of things to put Buck Rail products on LOL. Highly recommend them. I just wish the one I put on my Benjamin Maximus was removable and had the honeycomb pattern on it.

  4. Randy Warner (verified owner)

    I just received this in the mail, tested it, and my gun is super quiet now.

    Great product, amazing price.

  5. Adrian Hedges

    Update, Got a full refund no questions asked! A real stand out and amazing company that I couldn’t recommend more! In hindsight a call to customer service would’ve probably solved the issue.

  6. Adrian (verified owner)

    Definitely did the job perfectly! But didn’t even make it through 1 12g co2 cartridge before snapping in half… brushed the gun against my leg and the product just snapped at the barrel taking the threads with it. Loved the product while it was doing its job as intended but didn’t even last me 25 pellets 🙁

    • Terry

      We’re always available to help. Just an email or phone call away if folks have ANY issues. Here’s an example of how that may go:

      ::Customer picks up phone and dials up Buck Rail::
      Chris answers and says, “Yello!?”
      Customer: “Yeah, a butterfly landed on my suppressor and snapped it in half. I’m real frowny faced about it.”
      Chris: “Man, I bet you are. I’m sorry that happened. Let’s turn that frowny face upside down. Let me get you a replacement out ASAP.”
      Customer: “Thanks man. You’re the bestest!”

      P.S. You’ve been refunded. Sorry it didn’t work out…

  7. Steve Wooten (verified owner)

    Have this on my 1077. All I hear is the mechanics of the rifle and the sound of the pellet hitting the target. Thank you Terry & family

  8. Joshua Barry (verified owner)

    At last.
    An effective tool at a great price.
    It works perfectly. Fits nicer than the stock sight.
    My neighbors don’t look out their curtains when I break out the 1077 anymore!!!!

  9. Mongo (verified owner)

    I ordered the 1077 and m417 kits.installed the m4 suppressor and love the fit and finish! My customer is very happy with it also! Keep up the great work! P.s. I found you through big j. Has anyone ran a chrony pre and post install on these 2 guns?

  10. Jack Hinshaw (verified owner)

    After searching through countless other suppressors, I came across this kit. Most other options cost upwards of $150-200+ . Once i saw this kit for $20, I figured why not try it out? Worst case, it would be purely cosmetic. However, it performed better then I ever imagined and arrived VERY QUICKLY. The sound of pellets hitting a wooden backstop was louder than the shot itself. This Crosman 1077 suppressor kit is a great addition to any home plinker. However, my only complaint, the suppressor is not constructed using any metal. The kit is 3D-printed using a high strength, durable, black plastic, I assume to keep the consumer’s cost down. Overall, I highly recommend this product for its high functionality and low cost.

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