1-year limited warranty
List Price $50.00 Save $10.05 (20%)
Want it delivered 12-09-2013
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Average Customer Review4 (153 reviews)
Things I liked:This is a good-looking pistol that has very nice accuracy, especially when using the inexpensive RWS basic wadcutters. The trigger has a good feel and breaks consistently for good accuracy. It is fun to shoot.
Things I would have changed:The notch in the rear sight seems wide and allows for a lot of lateral slop when shooting 25 ft and farther.
What others should know:For me, the Crosman (or other) dot sight is a big improvement over the open sights, but I get terrific accuracy with the Center Point laser pointer (sight). I'm having a lot of bursting frost-damaged cherry tomatoes from the garden at 25 ft using a hand rest.
Things I liked:Price, Accuracy, Excellent velocity, Nice triger, price oh yeah!!
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:When I received my P17 the piston was dry and cocking was rough. I applied a small amount of white lithium to the piston and put a drop of pell gun oil in the chamber that was a year ago. My P17 is the older version with iron sights not the fiber optic. It is as accurate as the 6 inch barrel Walther CP88 I own for 1/5th the cost. Velocity with Crosman Premier Super Match 7.9 gr wadcutter my P17 is just about 400fps very close to what the Walther shoots the same pellets. The P17 is quiet enough to shoot in my basement with no hearing protection so this is a great foul weather/winter gun. I highly recomend the Beeman P17
Things I liked:Feels like my 9mm in my hand. YouTube videos show P17's without the fiber optic sights. This P17 Deluxe has fiber optic sights front and back which is a huge help in sighting a target. Saves money because no co2 is needed. It's very accurate. I am hitting a 6x6 fence post from 45 yards 4 out of 10 shots. A person with better pistol skills could do better. If aimed properly, it will hit what is aimed at. I am trying to improve my pistol skills and this is a more inexpensive option than shooting 22 or 9mm which I was using before. Also, I can walk out on my deck and shoot at targets in the back yard legally. I am lucky in that my yard backs up to a pasture. No, I don't shoot at the cows. I am really enjoying shooting this pistol.
Things I would have changed:Because this gun is what it is, any changes would be more for convenience than anything. I am 71 years with arthritic hands. After charging and loading the pistol, closing it can be difficult. I use a fingerless shooting glove on my left hand to prevent getting a blister from the closing process. With hands like mine, loading the pellet can be difficult. Fat fingers can be challenge. It's a minor thing, and not a major drawback.
What others should know:Shutting the pistol after charging the piston and loading the the gun can take a fair amount of effort. After putting about 500 pellets through this pistol, I have found that it takes less effort to perform the closing process.
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