1-year limited warranty
List Price $50.00 Save $10.05 (20%)
Want it delivered 12-12-2013
Order it in the next 5 hr and 57 min, and choose Next Day Air Morning at checkout. Details
Average Customer Review4 (156 reviews)
Things I liked:for the price you cant beat this for plinking.it has a great trigger function and is very accurate. I have bought one for me and also my best friend. he has never shot a handgun and this is helping him learn all the ins and outs of handling a handgun.also have 3 kids under 10 that will learn with this gun.
Things I would have changed:nothing its a good little gun
What others should know:a fun all day shooter would recomend
Things I liked:This gun shoots very well. Better than my regular pistols. Not too light has a real feel can be shot inside or out. Has almost no recoil. A great gun to get people to start shooting. I love the 1 pump cocking function instead of the multi pump.Has some punch but I would not hunt with this gun. I purchased this to keep me shooting inside when the weather is bad. For $39.95 you really can't bet this gun. Some say the cocking is hard, what do you expect if you want the gun too have some power. Very accurate. 1.5" groups at 20' off hand. If I had better vision it would be even better. The gun will make it happen if you can do your part. Went to my friends and we were hitting 3" blocks of wood at 40' in his basement.
Things I would have changed:One thing; if you are shooting, wear a glove on your non-shooting hand or the hand that you put on top to cock the gun. There is a rail/dove tail and it is alittle rough after 20 or so shots.
What others should know:Yes! This looks to me like an exact copy of the Beeman P3. I don't know this for sure but the gun looks, and the specs are the same. The P3 is $200+ dollars and the P17 is $39.95. I do not know what the difference could be other than price.
Things I liked:price. accuracy. power is a good value. feels good in my hand to shoot. I have a routine soup can i plink. measured 40.3 feet away, i can and do tag it with authority and score 70 to 80 percent of the time, when i'm taking my time. that is, since i zeroed in at the bench with windage and elevation adjustments.
Things I would have changed:rear sight elevation setting sometimes sicks in down position, causing the shot to be off... check that it it is pulled up to the screw before you pull the trigger. i may put a heavier spring under the rear sight to help it stay up and accurate.
What others should know:this is my first air pistol and i couldn't expect to be more pleased. i LOVE the accuracy with different pellets. match grade RWS pellets seem just as accurate as points or hollows at this distance. a most fun pistol.
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