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Beeman QB Chief PCP Air Rifle
Tech Tip: When mounting a scope with a 40mm objective lens or larger, it may be necessary to remove the rear sight.
A balance of performance, quality features, and price point, the Chief is Beeman's first foray into budget-friendly, entry-level PCP guns.
With a look that harkens back to classical styling, the Chief’s hardwood stock offers a lot to love over its synthetic counterparts. Each stock is proudly embossed with yellow-hued Beeman logo. This airgun steps up the game with an adjustable 2-stage trigger—a great feature for an entry level PCP. For sighting, shooters can use the included fiber optic sights or mount their optics to the 11mm Dovetail rail for precision shots.
Filling to 2000 psi, users can easily fill their Chief's 136cc cylinder with a handpump, or small tank for shot after repeating shot. Load up a pellet and send it spiraling downrange at speeds up to 1000 fps (in .177). Beeman’s specs claim this PCP can shoot up to 50 rounds in .177 or 35 in .22.
If you are looking to break into the exciting world of PCP airgunning, grab the Chief, and be pleased with its performance, quality, and its price!
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||50|
|Cylinder Size||136 cc|
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Things I liked: Nice looking. Extremely accurate. A lot of shots with one full.
Things I would have changed: Add a shroud to quiet down a little.
What others should know: This rifle is a great value. For what you pay you get a lot. Gret accuracy, easy to fill, and good small game hunting power.
Things I liked: Fun rifle, super easy to fill with hand pump (I also purchased the G7S), and super accurate. This is my first PCP, so I have nothing else to compare it to PCP wise, but fresh out of the box, scoped and full of air, I was shooting sub 1/2" groups at 25 yards from the bench. The hardwood stock is beautiful and once adjusted the trigger pull is outstanding. The rifle is a little on the heavy side, personally I think it adds to the stability of the platform though. A lot more than I expected from a sub $200 air rifle.
Things I would have changed: I really have no complaints about the functionality of the rifle itself. Not a fan of "Beeman" emblazoned on the stock, it seems cheaply done and takes away from the beauty of the wood. To me it seems like an afterthought, and a not very well thought out one.
What others should know: Great little inexpensive rifle for those getting into PCPs or to add to your collection.
Things I liked: I know this is irrelevant to all you youngsters , but I love how much it reminds me of the crosman 140 that I grew up with back in the 60's. The trigger group is almost a exact copy of the 140...
Things I would have changed: It's my first PCP , and old dogs are slow learning new tricks, but Im beginning to love this rifle. It leaks a little , but that's not a deal breaker.
What others should know: Quality is very good considering it's origin. Accuracy is a good as it gets...a 1 inch group at 50 yards is possible if you bench it....also , I just had to customize mine by buffing the satin finish with "flitz" until I had a glossy airrifle...
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Beeman PCP chief air leak. I found the leak around the pressure gauge. I replace the o ring and it still leaks. I put teflon tape on the treads and it still leaked. I tried gas line tape tape and it work better but still leaked around the treads. I can pump the gun up to 1600 psi and no more. It leaks around 100 psi in 2 or 3 days. I was thinking I might try 2 o rings seals or some pipe dope maybe anti seal. Any other thing to try?
does anyone know if they have come up with a multi shot conversion so u can add a magazine to this one like they did with qb78 models. also U CAN ADJ. THE SHOT PRESSURE SOME SO U CAN INCREASE THE AIR RELEASE OR DECREASE IT SOME AS U WANT BUT BE CAREFUL , also know that they have come up with a better bolt so that it is not so loose fitting, u also need to bouble up on the bolt sealing o-ring and ck to see if there are any burs in the breach where the o rings seal
I found two sites for good magazines for this rifle
When I shoot my qb chief, it makes this weird that sounds like a machine gun. The sound lasts from half a second to a couple seconds, and when this happens it wastes a ton of air. I don't know if it's the cold weather or the O-ring has bursted. Please help cause I'm thinking of returning it in for a Benjamin maximus
It's called hammer bounce. The hammer is repeatedly knocking the valve open before coming to rest. Typically it's caused by either too much hammer strike (too much hammer spring preload) or by continuing to shoot the rifle well below it's optimal operating pressure. The newer Chief rifles have an adjustable hammer spring...try backing it off.
To fill your PCP gun:
1.Pick a source of air shown at right
2.If an adapter is needed, one will be shown
3.Add both to your cart to get hooked up
Beeman QB Chief PCP Air Rifle with quick-disconnect connector (1M)
To start over click reset
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|