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Beeman R9 Air Rifle

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Beeman R9 Air Rifle

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Field target, plinking, spinners and paper targets are perfect for this caliber.

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Beeman R9 Price

$499.99

Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity935 fps
StockBeech
GripAmbi
ColorBrown

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Beeman R9 Air Rifle

  • Breakbarrel
  • Spring-piston
  • 11mm Dovetail rail
  • 2-stage adjustable Rekord trigger
  • Checkered hardwood stock
  • Includes open sights
  • 14.25" Length of Pull
  • Fully-adjustable rear sight


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.
 

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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Field target, plinking, spinners and paper targets are perfect for this caliber.

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Beeman R9 Price

$499.99

Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity935 fps
StockBeech
GripAmbi
ColorBrown

Beeman R9 Specs

Max Velocity935 fps
Overall Length42.25"
ButtplateRubber
FunctionSingle-shot
Weight7.3 lbs
Trigger Pull2.1 lbs
Scopeable11mm dovetail
SafetyAutomatic
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length16.33"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort40 lbs
BarrelRifled
Front SightGlobe w/Aperture Inserts
Rear SightAdjustable for windage & elevation
ActionBreak barrel
PowerplantSpring-piston
Body TypeRifle
Upgradeswith sights

Beeman R9 Reviews

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Things I liked:

Light weight, easy cocking and a solid gun that is easy to handle.

Things I would have changed:

I would like a 22 cal pellet gun (barrel break) that shoots faster then 800 fps but then the weight gets out of control. Beeman has the best balance with one of the lightest weight barrel break rifles and a fast 800+ fps output. A 10 pound rifle would not be worth the buy at least for me.

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So I put my own scope on that i had laying around for years. It took me about 30 shots to zero in the scope. This bad boy rifle is spot on. I can hit half dollar shots all day long at 30 yards. Squirrels hitting my bird feeders Will not have a chance and that is why I bought a Beeman.

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Things I liked:

Accuracy, quality, ruggedness, trigger

Things I would have changed:

Add rings for a shoulder strap

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I just wanted to add my two cents. I bought my R9(.20 cal)in December of 1995. The spring broke after two days. At the time, I lived about 40 minutes away from Beeman USA(Huntington Beach, Calif.)so I drove it there to have the spring replaced while I waited. They didn't have any springs for an R9 so they told me they put in a modified R1 spring instead. I have since put over 9000 rounds through it without a single problem(Beeman Kodiaks worked the best). It still shoots with amazing accuracy and I still use it almost daily to rid my yard of pests. The one down side is ammo is getting harder to find.

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Things I liked:

It's looks. Nice stock, fit and bluing.

Things I would have changed:

The new rifle had accuracy issues out of the box which I suspect are from an inconsistent action lock up. I cleaned the barrel and mounted a 2-7x Hawke scope. The first shots were 4.5" low at 10 yards from a rest so that would be about a 30 MOA droop. Further shooting typically yielded 2.5" groups at 25 yards through about 250 shots with no improvement and some vertical stringing. I used Crosman Premier 14.3 gr. and JSB 15.89 gr. domed pellets. There are a variety of things that could be causing an inconsistent action lock up such a breach washer that's a hair too thick or a cocking arm interference of some kind. Or maybe it was something else entirely. The point is I expect much more for such an expensive new air rifle. I don't want to wait for 1000 break-in shots to see if a new rifle can shoot or not. Or end up having to troubleshoot a new rifle for anything. However, if you are looking for a beautiful "project" rifle, the Beeman R9 may be for you.

What others should know:

Customer service pointed out to me that the manual says it takes 1000 shots for the metal spring to brake in.

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  • Stephen from USA asked:

    Can anyone confirm the country of origin for this unit?

    • Paul from USA answered:

      Mine says made in Germany.

  • Gregory from USA asked:

    Is the Beeman R9 manufactured and assembled in the Germany? China? or the USA?I know Robert Beeman used to be CEO and own Beeman line but that was when I was younger like 25 years ago. I own the R1 and still shoots like no other!!! Does anyone know exactly where it is assembled and made? Thanks! - Greg in WVA

    • Ray from Ireland asked:

      How come this has a 40lb cocking effort while the R1/HW80 only has a 34lb cocking effort

      • Paul from USA answered:

        Mine has 29 lbs. of cocking force.

      • Chevota from USA answered:

        Mine out of the box was 31lbs measured 1" back from the muzzle. Note; I bought the Weihrauch HW95 which is what this gun is, but I suppose it is possible that the Beeman version uses a stronger spring. I've never heard that, just saying I suppose it's possible. So my guess is 40 is a mistake, which happens a lot when it comes to specs. This gun also has a rather short barrel and the HW80 has a rather long barrel, so it's possible the 80, with it's greater leverage, is only 34. The HW95 is an excellent gun to get and it's one of the very few I suggest people buy. Since you're in Ireland I'd also be looking for a used Feinwerkbau 124. I bet there are lots of them there collecting dust. Basically the same power, more accurate and substantially easier to cock. It's basically a legend and the gun by which all other break barrels are judged.

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