Beeman R7 Air Rifle

Beeman R7 Air Rifle Air rifle
Review entered on 2007-09-16 21:41:41

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By Lord Kevlar from USA on 2007-09-16
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Things I liked: If there were a higher rating for accuracy this rifle would get it. Mine has the Beeman Sport Aperture on it--very light and accurate. This rifle was a pleasure to shoot all day long--not tiring like my other magnum rifles. One of my favorite airguns.

Things I would have changed: The power level of this rifle is a bit low for hunting. You could use it for pests (birds and rats), but it would definately be an "expert's rifle" for hunting bigger critters. The power level is right on the edge where it is iffy for squirrels, but the accuracy of this rifle can make up for it if the shooter does their part.

What others should know: I own a Beeman R-7, Webley Tomahawk, Beeman HW-77, RWS Model 52, and RWS Model 40. The R-7 is my favorite for shooting on a Sunday afternoon.

Webley Tomahawk

Webley & Scott Ltd. Webley Tomahawk Air rifle
Review entered on 2008-11-13 14:44:02

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By Lord Kevlar from USA on 2008-11-13
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Things I liked: Great rifle! I own the .22 version. It has plenty of power for hunting and is a lot of fun to plink with as well. After I zeroed it, I was shooting flies that landed on the target. I thought there was no way I was hitting them until I examined my target and found fly "splatter" on the edges of my pellet holes!

Things I would have changed: The trigger is a bit "funky" but isn't bad and is greatly improved by adding a trigger shoe.

What others should know: My rifle was made in 2005 just before Webley moved production to Turkey. I bought it on the advice of the owner of Pyramid Air and he was right--great rifle!

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