Optional accessories shown. Gun comes with fiber optic sights. The wrong sights are shown in the image.
The gun comes with fiber optic sights. The wrong sights are shown in the image.
Roll over image to zoom in
1-year limited warranty
Earn 30 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $44.99, Orig.Price $39.99 Save $10.00 (25%)
|Max Velocity||410 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
and share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked: Well, it's certainly inexpensive. When you first pick it up it has some heft and to appearances the quality isn't all that bad. The sights are pretty decent and the trigger pull is surprisingly good for a $30 gun!
Things I would have changed: This is one of those proverbial "good news - bad news" stories. The first P17 that arrived from PA shot once and the air intake stopped allowing air into the cylinder. The good news is that PA immediately replaced it without a word of hassle. Although I've only taken a few dozen shots with the second one it appears to be fine. You should know that's it 's difficult to close (compressing the air). Kids and less powerful men or women might have trouble with it. Try to avoid touching the rear sight while closing it because you could knock it out of adjustment. Also, be very careful of getting pinched between the slide and the frame when you're closing it!
What others should know: Given PA's willingness to stand behind it, this seems to be one heck of a bargain! If you can get past how much muscle it takes to close it, it's certainly an inexpensive entry level target pistol. It's comparable to maybe the Gamo Compact which was about a $200 gun.
Things I liked: Everything!
Things I would have changed: Nothing!
What others should know: There are YouTube videos showing how to fix the o-ring problem in five minutes! Why spend $200 on a P3?
Things I liked: Good feel and weight, easy to load and cock. Like the adjustable rear site.
Things I would have changed: Lots of sharp edges! Got a pretty good cut when I cocked the pistol the first time. Had to take some emery cloth to get rid of the cut hazards! I know the gun is cheap but a better finish is necessary!
What others should know: This is an extremely accurate pistol. When I fist opened the package I thought I wasted my money,WRONG! have a 25 foot range in my basement and this gun shot almost as good as my HW 75! Well worth the money!!!
Show Other Reviews and share your thoughts with other customers
So who actually makes the p17? have seen china and Germany--[Weilbauch
It is made in China
I put thee different red dot sightsight on it zero them and it still hits below my aiming point. No problem with my crosman 1377 only with the Beeman p17 . HELP !!!!
Can I use this on small pest like squirrels
|Max Velocity||410 fps|