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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.
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1-year limited warranty
List Price $44.99 Save $15.00 (33%)
|Max Velocity||410 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
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Things I liked: This gun is a treasure for $30. It comes with a decent trigger that can easily be improved. The sights, while plastic, function quite well. The mechanism is simple and quite reliable, and the gun feels well in my hand. It has proven very reliable and I have put a ton of pellets through mine. For $30, you can not afford to not have a P-17.
Things I would have changed: I have recently inspected and tuned six P-17s and all have had light rust in the bores. Ballistol takes care of it quickly and easily. The crowns at both muzzle and breech require lapping/polishing to remove rough edges. Again easily accomplished at home, and an improvement to accuracy. Check Youtube for improvements.
What others should know: Mine prefers 10-11 gr domed pellets........ remove the rough edges on the 11mm rail and on the grips and you will have a simple, user friendly pistol that you will love for a long time.
Things I liked: Easy to hold. Very accurate for a pistol. Durable piece for the price. I own three of these babies, one for fun, one for back-up, an another still in package to display on my wall.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing.
What others should know: Dont pinch your hands on downstroke.
Things I liked: I was amazed at the quality and power of the Beeman P17 for the $29 that I paid for it!
Things I would have changed: grips are slippery, this is minor though. and make available in .22 cal
What others should know: Cocking effort is high, the price to pay for higher power
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CURIOUS, THE P3 IS A GAS PISTON, THE P1 IS A SPRINGER, WHAT IS THIS ONE, A GAS OR SPRING DRIVEN PISTON. NO SPECIFICATIONS I HAVE SEEN ON THIS WEAPON SPECIFY WHICH .
The P3 is a single stroke pneumatic. So it's not a gas piston like a nitro piston. That said, the P17 is also a single stroke pneumatic. And it says so in the specifications, in the "powerplant" field
Major crow problem here. Good success w/.177 Ruger Air Hawk rifle firing Crow Magnums but I can't walk around town with it and the crows know the difference. When I leave the house on foot without the rifle certain ones harass me close and loud. I need something to surprise them with that can be covertly carried, and can kill a crow within 20yds or so. Good choice?
No, this gun would not be a good choice for any kind of hunting
Whats the lightest pellet you can safely shoot out of this pistol
Being a single stroke pneumatic, there is no limit or potential for damage with a light weight pellet, so you can use just about any properly sized pellet that you'd like
|Max Velocity||410 fps|