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    Beeman P1 Air Pistol

    Beeman P1 Air Pistol

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    0.177" (4.5mm)
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    0.20" (5.0mm)
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    0.22" (5.5mm)

    0.22" (5.5mm), 460.0 fps, Walnut, Ambi, Black
    Powerful, accurate. Looks and feels like a .45 Colt! 2 power levels: 360 fps=low; 460 fps=high.

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    SKU PY-555-4516


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    Estimated in-stock date 02-12-2015
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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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    0.22" (5.5mm)
    460 fpsMeasured with 11.9-grain ammo
    18 lbs.
    Blade and Ramp
    Adjustable for windage and elevation
    Two-stage adjustable
    Target practice/Fun
    1.75 lbs
    2 settings
    2.5 lbs
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    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By pcp4me from USA on 2015-01-28
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    Things I liked:Accuracy! Accuracy! Accuracy! This thing is crazy accurate. Nice looking also. The grip angle is same as .45 auto, so it is good to practice indoors for my .45. The trigger is wonderful and can be adjusted to suit your preferences. This gun will shoot 1 hole 10 meter groups rested all day long, both 5 and 10 shots. Ten shot group is just a tad larger than 5 shot, but all are <.25" ctc, some <.15" ctc! I have had several 5 shot groups measure .04" ctc! Most 5 shot groups are <.15" ctc and many <.10" ctc! I shoot with a very fine dot red dot sight on the gun! Works great!
    Things I would have changed:Not much. This is a quality gun. Would be nice to lower the price $100. But if they did that, would quality suffer? I mean you can buy nice real firearms for less than this costs!
    What others should know:I owned a .177 P1 years ago, but alas it was stolen from me! About 25 years later bought one off classifieds arrived in parts and needed tlc. It is a .20 caliber. It had a broken main spring and came with 2 new ones, one factory, and the other a Jim Maccari. I tried both. The Maccari was smoother shooting, the factor spring gave higher velocity, so I settled on the factory spring. Once repairs were made and some touch up paint used, it looks and performs great! I got this gun with a little horse trading for $200, and beside the spring, had to replace the compression ram seal. But now it is great and I have the true bargain P1. Love these guns and was glad I was able to reacquire one for way less than retail! Even at retail it provides a great shooting experience and will last a lifetime.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

    Accuracy:5.0 5.0

      By Mark from USA on 2014-07-19
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    Things I liked:This pellet pistol is the best one I have ever handled. Excellent quality. Absolutely beautiful and accurate. Workmanship is superb.
    Things I would have changed:Not one thing would I change.

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:4.0 4.0

    Accuracy:4.0 4.0

      By Scott from USA on 2014-07-14
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    Things I liked:Quality of construction, solid build. Great for indoor shooting. I have put about 500-1000 pellets thru the pistol, and have found it is generally tolerant of pellet type. Cocking effort is very manageable for me. Very consistent. Only shooting for fun, plinking cans and targets at short range to improve my target hold and trigger feel. Occasionally I sit down to shoot a target set, and did a 20 shot group a few days ago...short range ~17 feet, but managed all 20 into about an inch, zero fliers, and with just the iron sights can barely make out that I am on the same exact target so I'm happy with that.
    Things I would have changed:narrower front blade sight and appropriate rear sight. if it could be an air/inert gas piston, I'd pay a premium for that. maybe a higher power option (build more muscles) **for me when the safety is in fire position, it disrupts or annoys my trigger finger.
    What others should know:Interestingly, since it comes with two power "settings" you would expect the poi to change. However, the poi for the lower power is higher than the poi for the higher power. I have the .177 and at the low power setting, it fires about 2" higher than the high power setting, same target point, ~17 feet target range. this is not an issue, but makes it necessary to stick to one power setting while shooting or making a significant adjustment in target point when switching.
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    • Steve S from USA asked:

      Howdy. Several years ago I purchased a .177 P1 from Pyramyd. Now, for whatever reason, I'm in the mood for a .22 P1. I can see that the barrel is retained by just a few screws and clip. Would it be possible for me to purchase a .22 barrel from you and install it myself? I know I would probably have to shoot on the high-power setting only, but that's all I ever use anyway. Thanks, Steve

      • Val from USA:

        Please call our tech. department and see if they have .22 barrels available. 888-262-4867

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    Powerful, accurate. Looks and feels like a .45 Colt! 2 power levels: 360 fps=low; 460 fps=high.

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    0.22" (5.5mm)460 fpsMeasured with 11.9-grain ammo5.59 ft/lbsMeasured with 11.9-grain ammoBN-2322 [PY-555-4516]WalnutAmbiBlack


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