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Beeman P1 Air Pistol

Beeman P1 Air Pistol

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Looks like a .45 1911 firearm...and just as accurate! Made in Germany by the legendary Weihrauch company, the Beeman P1 is considered by many to be the Holy Grail of air pistols. This is an heirloom airgun that you'll pass along to your grandchildren and beyond.

The gun's heft and balance convey quality and substance. It fills your hand without feeling bulky or oversized. The unusual overlever cocking mechanism compresses the powerful mainspring, and the hammer is actually the catch for it. Highly adjustable two-stage trigger, which has a serrated surface for more control, will help you extract maximum accuracy from the P1. In fact, the adjustable trigger is so crisp, you'll wish it was on your firearms.

The dovetail grooves are extra wide, and our accessory list has several 11mm to 14mm mounts that are known to fit.

Unlike many modern air pistols, the P1 isn't made of molded synthetics. It's a solid metal gun with finely checkered walnut grips. And, it's ambidextrous. The 11mm dovetails make it easy to mount a pistol scope or a red dot sight.

The P1 has two power levels. The different power levels are created by cocking the gun to different lock points. See the detail shots to see how to cock the gun for high power and low power.

The distance you shoot, the weight of the pellet and the type of target will let you determine which power level is best. The P1 is an excellent indoor trainer for those who shoot the M1911A1.

Click the AMMO link to stock up on suggested pellets. Click the ACCESSORIES link to find appropriate targets, safety glasses and other shooting gear.
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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Max Velocity460 fpsMeasured with 11.9-grain ammo
Muzzle Energy5.59 ft/lbsMeasured with 11.9-grain ammo
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length6.54"
Overall Length11.0"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort18 lbs.
BarrelRifled
Front SightBlade & Ramp
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateNone
Suggested forTarget practice/Fun
Trigger Pull1.75 lbs
ActionOverlever
SafetyManual
PowerplantSpring-piston
FunctionSingle-shot
Body TypePistol
Fixed/adj. power2 settings
Weight2.5 lbs
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By mike from USA on 2017-01-27
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Things I liked: The fit and finish are heirloom quality!! Awesome shooter, smooth cocking and easy to load! AWESOME GUN!!!

Things I would have changed: I typically target shoot on low power..1/2 stroke..and it's very accurate now at this setting. When you go to full power..full stroke of cocking lever...it shoots much lower. Wish there was a mechanism that compensates for this at the 10 yard range without having to readjust the sights. This isn't a complaint as it a wonderful piece...I'll come up with something to aid in this!!

What others should know: If you want a VER HIGH QUALITY and very accurate gun...then spend the money and buy this heirloom piece! You won't be sorry!!

 

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By William from USA on 2016-12-30
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Things I liked: I purchased the .20 caliber P1 to go along with my much older Sheridan Blue Streak rifle which is .20 caliber. Nice feel to the grip and fits my hand nicely.

Things I would have changed: The front sight is black and lacks contrast with the black rear sight. While it can easily be fixed with a little paint, this is something that Beeman should take care of.

What others should know: The information that Pyramyd Air has on it says this has two power levels. The owners manual that came with the P1, which is generic for all three caliber P1's and other Beeman products, doesn't address how to achieve the different power levels. Cocking the hammer only releases the pump handle.

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By James from USA on 2016-12-22
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Things I liked: This is a very solid, well built air pistol with excellent accuracy. I'm sure it will last a long time and get handed down to my grandson.

Things I would have changed: It would be nice if the .22 version, which I own, actually had two power levels. It does not.

What others should know: Despite being an excellent air pistol, it really isn't anything like the Colt 1911 pistol. I own and shoot seven 1911 style pistols in three calibers (9mm, .38 Super and 45 ACP). The only thing this pistol shares with a 1911 is the handgrip which closely matches the 1911-A1. It is not a particularly good substitute for practice shooting with a 1911 pistol either. I have an airsoft copy of the 1911 (sold on Pyramid's site) that is much better for that purpose.

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  • Chris from USA asked:

    My friend's HW45 has glowing dots on the sights. The P1 photos don't show them. Anyone know? My friend also has the HW75... I don't like the slot sight.

    • pcp4me from USA:

      My P1 does NOT have any glowing dots, and I prefer it that way!

  • William from USA asked:

    I bought a Beeman P1 .20 caliber. Literature says it has 2 power levels. The manual that came with it doesn't say how to get the 2 power levels. The video says only the P1 .177 has 2 power levels. Which is correct?

    • pcp4me from USA:

      AGAIN, have to back up here. Was just shooting my .20 caliber P1, and SURPRISE! It DOES have two power levels. Never noticed before, but it has a low at about 90 degrees barrel to frame angle, and high at about 165 degrees barrel to frame angle. Never noticed before because I never knew it was supposed to have two power levels! Imagine!

    • pcp4me from USA:

      I have to back up here. Currently the site says the .20 caliber has TWO power levels. IF so, you cock the gun to the first click (90 degree angle to the frame) for low, and cock it to the second click (180 degree arc from cocked and locked.) for high power. If there is no click at the 90 degree point, you have only one power like my .20 P1.!

    • pcp4me from USA:

      As far as I know, Stanley is correct. Only the .177 has two power levels and to me even that is superfluous! I would always use the highest power level any way. My .20 cal P1 only has one power level.

    • Stanley from USA:

      Only the .177 has two power levels .

  • Gregory from Canada asked:

    Is the Beeman p1 really the exact same pistol in every way as the Weihrauch hw45?

    • pcp4me from USA:

      They are the same. They may be ADVERTISED at different velocities, but than again, different manufactures may use different pellets for their velocity numbers!

    • Greg from USA:

      They are the same gun made in the same German factory and use all the same interchangeable parts. They are just stamped differently depending on whether the gun is to be marketed by Beeman or Weihrauch.

    • Robert from USA:

      No. They are different velocities.

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Item Description

BN-2322 [PY-555-4516]
Powerful, accurate. Looks and feels like a .45 Colt! 2 power levels: 360 fps=low; 460 fps=high.
Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Max Velocity460 fpsMeasured with 11.9-grain ammo
Muzzle Energy5.59 ft/lbsMeasured with 11.9-grain ammo
StockWalnut
GripAmbi
ColorBlack

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