Optional accessories shown. Gun comes with fiber optic sights. The wrong sights are shown in the image.
The gun comes with fiber optic sights. The wrong sights are shown in the image.
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1-year limited warranty
List Price $44.99, Orig.Price $39.99 Save $5.00 (12%)
Earn 35 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||410 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
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Things I liked: The accuracy is great for the price,
Things I would have changed: Cocking pressure is high, sight rail has sharp edges and construction quality.
What others should know: The rear sight nut came loose very early. It was glued in place and a drop of lock tite added to keep it from loosening. The rear light tube had to be glued in as well as the elevation pivot pin. With that said I have now put over 4000 pellets through this little gun. Along with the above work the tube and seal have some white grease added occasionally. On a good day 5 shots are still under and inch. I don't why it keeps shooting this good but I just ordered another 2500 pellets.
Things I liked: Wonderful feel and weight. Sits naturally in the hand. Trigger is surprisingly good for a pistol at this price!
Things I would have changed: I prefer a manual crossbolt safety, but the auto safety is just something one has to get used to.
What others should know: Years ago I had a Beeman P1 pistol and sold it. I regretted having done that, but the P17 has the same satisfaction level. Quite amazing considering the price differential.
Things I liked: The price! It has a good trigger and it is pretty accurate at 10 meters. I like the sights.
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: It does take some effort to cock and loading the pellet takes some practice, not much room for your finger. Overall a great deal for the money for a back yard accurate pistol
This gun full metal? Give a quick answer
Quick answer is no, it's mostly plastic.
What is it made of
The trigger blades on my 2 are differently steel not plastic.
Mostly plastic; a very tough plastic. The bottom frame has steel rails along it's insides to strengthen the frame and allow stronger pin points. The barrel is rifled steel housed under the top "slide". The air cylinder and piston are aluminum. The trigger mechanism is steel; the trigger is plastic, but the trigger bearing on the sear mechanism is steel. The entire trigger mechanism, housed under the right side grip frame is rather complex; extraordinary! The rear sight is steel inset into rails molded into the top frame and is elevation and windage adjustable by screws. The plastic fiber optics, both front and rear are excellent, but rather delicate. My first P17 has over 4000 pellets through it.
would i have any trouble with getting one to Australia?
|Max Velocity||410 fps|