The P70 uses compressed air filled from a SCUBA tank* to 3,000 P.S.I. like the proven P34 air pistol. The rifle comes with one cylinder. An ingenious regulator fitted as an integral part of the rifle allows the cylinders to be changed while leaving your point of impact unchanged. The use of compressed air also eliminates the need to contend with changes in temperature negating yet another factor that can affect your point of impact. Regardless of whether you are a serious airgun competitor or just an airgun enthusiast, the ultra consistent velocities this air rifle achieves allows you to shoot through the same hole time and time again!
The Beeman/Feinwerkbau P70 is one of the easiest air rifles on the market to cock - just pushing the slide ahead with either thumb charges the firing area, sets the trigger, opens the loading port and blocks the sighting line. The shooter then loads the pellet directly into the bore, clicks the loading gate shut, aims, and fires. And with accuracy at 0.04" more often than not the shot goes right into the bull's eye!
The simplicity of the system provides an unequaled lack of distraction to the shooter, something that is critical to competitive shooters. In a match the rhythm of the shooting is as important as the feel of the rifle, and the Beeman/FWB P70 was designed so that the shooting motions are the same shot after shot.
The laminated stock provides the same full range of adjustments as the 603 does. Not only can the cheek piece and butt plate be adjusted up and down, but they can also be moved in or out and even canted as much as 15 degrees to the side. This unparalleled range of adjustments tailors the rifle to fit nearly all shooters regardless of size or shape. The new trigger unit also provides the same benefits and range of adjustments as the 603 assembly. The Aluminum stock version has even more adjustments to custom fit the shooter.
The ease and simplicity of the P70 makes this an outstanding rifle for men, women, younger shooters, disabled persons, three-position competitors, and anyone else interested in medal winning performance.