Beeman R9 Air Rifle, No Sights


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German quality, hand-assembled and ready to accept any task you give it! At only 7.3 lbs., this breakbarrel marvel will delight you with spot-on accuracy. The R9 begs to be shot all day long, and you'll have a hard time refusing.

Repeatable accuracy is built into the gun at the factory, and you won't outgrow it. Its German heritage ensures that it'll perform flawlessly for hunting, pest elimination, paper targets, field targets or plinking. If you plan to shoot field target, .177 is the optimum caliber. If hunting small game and pest elimination are in your plans, .20 caliber is a better choice.

Includes 1" scope rings, medium profile, vertical scope stop in one ring, 2 screws per base & 4 screws per ring cap.

The hardwood Monte Carlo stock includes a slightly raised cheekpiece that is so unobtrusive that it's ambidextrous! The dependable breakbarrel mechanism is smooth and easy to cock. The famous Rekord trigger is the standard by which all other triggers are measured and can be adjusted to suit your needs. Easily add a scope on the 11mm dovetails; accepts a vertical scope stop pin.

Don't forget to pick up a variety of recommended pellets, which are listed in the AMMO link. Select appropriate accessories, including scopes and targets, by clicking on the ACCESSORIES link.
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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Velocity740 fps
Barrel Length16.33"
Overall Length43.0"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort40 lbs.
Front SightNone
Rear SightNone
Scopeable11mm dovetail
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
Trigger Pull2.1 lbs
Body TypeRifle
Weight7.3 lbs
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By Derek from USA on 2015-08-27
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Things I liked: Basically everything. Nearly MOA accuracy right out of the box. The Rekord trigger has basically no side-to-side play, and breaks very consistently. The pull weight before adjustment is about 2.5 lbs and very crisp. The stock fit and finish is excellent, with crisp checkering and a nice figure to the grain for not being walnut. The buttpad is well-fitted and the metal finish is superb, as is the bluing. The dovetail offers 3 scope-stop divots for maximum adjustability. The rifle feels very light, short, and well-balanced. I was concerned that the carbine-type length and weight would affect accuracy. I was wrong, this rifle is a tack-driver. There is very little recoil when firing, though it does have a little spring twang. I also prefer a break-barrel to an underlever. I own several of both, and I quickly tire of the cocking and loading procedure of an underlever. They are just not as user-friendly or fast to operate.

Things I would have changed: If I were very picky about airguns (and I am), I would say that the little bit of spring twang is unwelcome. It isn't severe like a Gamo steel springer, but it is present. My gas ram guns all sound smoother when firing. I don't feel much vibration coming from the gun when I fire it though, and the accuracy does not seem affected by the slight spring twang. I'm sure it will settle down more once broken in, and it is not considerable enough to warrant a tune until the gun actually needs new parts. I'm going to be shooting this gun A LOT.

What others should know: When I first picked this R9 up, I thought to myself, "This looks very nice, but in my hands it feels pretty light and similar to many of my other cheaper airguns". So, I yanked the scope off of my Gamo CF-X underlever nitro piston rifle and placed it on the R9. I set my rimfire trap out at 25 yards and fired a crosman premier hollow point at it from a rest. It hit a dead-perfect pinwheel on the bullseye without even touching the adjustments. A good-luck sign if I've ever seen one. I then proceeded to shoot 5 more pellets into basically the same hole. My group for 6 shots measured 0.21" from center to center. I was able to repeat roughly this same accuracy for most of the groups I shot at this distance. At 55 yards, with a gusting 5-10 mph side wind, I was able to put 10 shots into roughly 3/4" with several shots touching. I couldn't be more pleased with this rifle. It is light and easy to handle. If you are a hunter or target shooter (or both) this gun will get the job done.

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By Scott from USA on 2015-08-09
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Things I liked: I love this gun! I have a lot of experience w air guns and this is one of my favorites! Extremely nice lines and well built. The quality is excellent! And accurate right out of the box...I'm hitting nickle size groups at 40 yards. Trigger is crisp and know when it's going to fire. I shoot this everyday and its such a pleasure. And it just plain badass to look at. It's a serious air gun. I got the .22 cal. (I have a Marauder in the .25 LOVE that thing!). The f0lks at PA are the best...I tried the Diana R34 and it was fine but for the extra $200, I decided on the R9. So glad I worth the extra $. You will NOT be disappointed with this gun.

Things I would have changed: Not really anything...the barrel is a little tough to break but it may get easier with time. Seems like I have to re-sight it in every time I use it..gets off a little. Only takes a few shots but not sure why...may be a scope issue. Working on that.

What others should know: This gun is very hold sensitive...once you figure that out, it will give you consistent shots. I hold mine about 3" aft of the front of the wood stock (about where the screws are) and get great results. And mine likes the Exact Diabolo pellets (I use the Jumbo Heavy 18,13gr) The artillery hold they talk about is needed on this rifle. Clean the barrel (just run a rag thru it now and then) and get good pellets (experiment here) and you'll be in good shape.

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By Ron from USA on 2015-07-05
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Things I liked: fit and finish,accuracy and don't forget the rekord trigger

Things I would have changed: change the dovetail rail to weaver

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  • Chevota from USA asked:

    40lbs cocking effort seems excessive for this low power range, or is that a typo? I would've guessed closer to 25. Can anyone confirm?

    • Paul from USA:

      The test I did for Hard Air Magazine we got 35Lb.s of cocking force. Remember this rifle is not a low powered rifle it gets over 900 F.P.S.

    • Cory from USA:

      The cocking effort is approx. 40 lbs for this model.

Item Description

In stockBN-103922A [PY-1900-4246]
Pests, small game, plinking, spinners and paper targets are perfect for this caliber
Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Max Velocity740 fps

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