|Max Velocity||600 fps|
|Cocking Effort||18 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
|Trigger Pull||1.75 lbs|
|Fixed/adj. power||2 settings|
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Things I liked: Made very well solid and strong Figures it's from Germany... Very accurate very powerful would like to see it more powerful at least up to 800 feet per second
Things I would have changed: The spring strength
What others should know: None
Things I liked: German made quality. Looking forward to it.
Things I would have changed: price
What others should know: Fine German craftsmanship
Things I liked: Fairly accurate. All metal and wood construction. Weighs about the same as a real firearm, and has a nice loud sound and the recoil is comparable to a 22 caliber firearm due to its heavy spring, which makes it a good air gun to use as a practice pistol between trips to the gun range, since it feels more like firing a real gun than an air gun.
Things I would have changed: The newer models (after serial number 310911) seem to have a problem with the breech seal coming loose every few shots. If you aren't careful to push it back into place with your finger every shot, then it can get pinched in the action and destroyed. The breech seals cost about eight dollars a piece to replace, and they are hard to find. At the time of this review, Pyramid is out of stock and has been for some time, although they do have breech seals for older P1s with serial numbers before 310911in stock, but those breech seals for the older P1s apparently do not fit in a P1 with a serial number after 310911. Beeman's customer service isn't great either as I have sent them a couple of messages and they have not responded.
What others should know: Other than the breech seal problem, it's a fine gun. But having to check to make sure the breech seal is properly seated every shot is annoying and not being able to get a replacement from Pyramid because the breech seals for this model and serial number are out of stock is even more annoying. I expected more from a $430 air gun. I have several other break barrel air guns that cost half as much and never had a problem with the breech seal coming loose on any of them. Given the cost of the P1, I am pretty disappointed that it has this problem and I would have to think twice before buying another Berman air gun.
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Will a laser fit on it?
what is pyramid classifing as refurbished .
A refurb Could be an item returned by a customer, could have been used for photography and/or could have been used for promotional purposes. Guns in this category may have been shot. May show evidence of handling and normal wear from use.
My friend's HW45 has glowing dots on the sights. The P1 photos don't show them. Anyone know? My friend also has the HW75... I don't like the slot sight.
My P1 does NOT have any glowing dots, and I prefer it that way!
|Max Velocity||600 fps|
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