Beeman P17

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Formerly known as the Marksman 2004.

The owner's manual says the gun has a manual safety. It does not. It has an automatic safety.

Outstanding accuracy and velocity. Single-shot pistol produces up to 410 fps. Totally recoilless and no CO2 required. Add a dot sight on the 11mm dovetail.

Target-style trigger provides crisp let-off and minimum take up. Custom shaped, finger groove grip helps improve shooting comfort and aids with accuracy. Polymer frame is durable and lightweight, cast aluminum pump body and valve body, and steel barrel and main valve provide long life and repeatable accuracy. Includes automatic safety, and rear sight is adjustable for windage and elevation.
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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Velocity410 fps
Overall Length9.6"
Shot Capacity1
Front SightFiber Optic
Rear SightFiber Optic
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage non-adjustable
Suggested forTarget practice/Fun
PowerplantSingle-stroke pneumatic
Body TypePistol
Weight1.7 lbs
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By Gregory from Canada on 2015-09-18
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Things I liked: I like not relying on co2. Pneumatic air guns are excellent for all year round shooting while co2 is only good during the warmer part of the year. I like the lower sound levels compared to co2 pistol's like my Crosman 2240's and various Gamo, S&W and Crosmanco2 "action" pistols. I love the reliablilty of a consistent muzzle velocity and this Beeman p-17 provides that :) I like how the p-17 is a large sized air pistol that kind of reminds me of a magnum research desert eagle...and I really like the built in open sights on this pistol! Plus, the dovetail is a nice touch although pumping this pistol can't be easy with a sight or scope mounted, even still, it's nice of Beeman to include a dovetail.

Things I would have changed: Rubber grips would make holding and shooting this pistol even better than it is! A rubber grip on the top for better grip while pumping might be useful.

What others should know: Follow all airgun maintainence and lubrication instructions if u want this pistol to continue working perfectly for years to come.

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By Roger from USA on 2015-09-08
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Things I liked: I really like the sights. The contrast between the luminous red and green dots really seem to stand out in the environment in which I shoot. The punch behind the pellets is also not bad considering that it uses only one stroke and doesn't require an extra lever for an adult male to have enough force to cock it.

Things I would have changed: Not much, but it would be nicer if it were a little easier to load. After you get used to it, it is okay as well.

What others should know: This gun require more grip than kids and some women are able to generate when at the last portion of the travel during cocking. I generally grip around the portion of the cocking level and the barrel simultaneously and just to the inside of the rear sight so that I can squeeze it together without catching any skin between the lever and the rest of the gun.

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By Ralland from USA on 2015-08-09
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Things I liked: I wanted to like the P17. It is accurate, has an excellent trigger pull and adequate sights. Unfortunately it locked up after about fifty shots and could not be fired or unloaded. The pistol was made safe and returned. As usual PA's return service was excellent.

Things I would have changed: Make it easier to cock.

What others should know: Cocking the P17 will give your shoulder muscles a workout. The pistol is not for the weak

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  • Gregory from Canada asked:

    Is it true that this pistol is well known for faulty seals and leaking?

    • Keith from USA:

      Keith from USA my P17 holds pressure very well I cocked it and let it sit for an half hour, in safe location. Then took the shot power was still there.

    • Chevota from USA:

      Not really faulty seals, but faulty machine work. They've been known to leak since day one 10+ years ago and nothing has changed. I don't know what % leak but you sure hear about it when they do. "If" you get a leaker can return it or fix it, which isn't that hard. Who wants to fix something new but that's the gamble you take with chinese stuff. The option is to buy the better quality HW40/Beeman P3. Nice, but I'll pocket the extra $200 and get this one. So if you want to fix a leaker you need to pull the piston to see if the O-ring is damaged. If so check the teeny air intake hole in the compression tube which was drilled and beveled but not finished so there are burrs. To fix the burrs you tightly roll up a piece of quality wet/dry 600 sandpaper that you will use like a teeny file to get in the hole and smooth it. You have to take the gun mostly apart to sand this hole but I don't think it's that bad. A replacement O-ring is AS568-117. There are three other O-rings inside that must hold as well, but usually not an issue. Other than that it's an excellent gun and should outlast most. If you need I have pix to help; chevota at hotmail

  • Peter from USA asked:

    How many pound cockng effort is there..someone posted "Not hard" means noting for an 86 year old..5 pounds feels like 12 ounds.

    • Chevota from USA:

      The force at the hardest point is about 25lbs but can vary a couple pounds from gun to gun. Opening the gun is easy, the force is when closing the gun and it starts getting heavy about the last third of the stroke and peaks the last 3-2" before closing, then the last inch is easier. I hold the grip normally in my right hand, gun level and pointing to my left, then place the base of my left palm on the rear sight area, fingers pointing to my right, and push it down. You can use your body to assist with the last and hardest part by using the same method but while sitting you rest the gun on your right thigh and lean your chest into your left hand. The rear sight will compress, but springs right back. Most of the force is put on the guns protective rails on either side of the sight. The fiber optic strand on the rear sight is brittle and broke on my gun from the pressure of my hand, but it works fine without it. The one on my second gun has not broken yet. Be careful not to pinch your skin or shirt in the gun when it closes. It's a neat gun and well worth the price.

  • CEDRIC from Canada asked:

    Hi, is it the new model with optic fiber sights that is sold here?

    • Chevota from USA:

      Mine had the fiber optic inserts, but unfortunately they are brittle and located right where you put the pressure on it to pump it. They were very short lived in my gun. You could modify them to survive, and if I decide to do that with my second gun I'll post the how-to.

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Item Description

In stockBN-2004 [PY-614-1236]
Fun all-day shooter
Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity410 fps

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