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Right-hand and left-hand stocks are available!
The Beeman R1 is a powerhouse among spring-piston air rifles. Whether you plink, pop paper targets or hunt critters, the R1 fills the bill.
The Rekord trigger, universally accepted as one of the finest on the market, is fully adjustable and delivers ultimate control. The breakbarrel mechanism is smooth and reliable, and the safety engages automatically when the gun is cocked.
Includes 1" scope rings, medium profile, vertical scope stop in one ring, 2 screws per base & 4 screws per ring cap.
The R1 sports a beech stock. And the steel has been carefully and expertly machined to make sure your rifle functions flawlessly. This gun will become an heirloom.
Conservatively rated at 950 fps in .177 cal., that's just right for most shooting disciplines. If you plan to hunt with the R1, the .20 or .22 cal. would be a better choice. The extra power in the larger calibers was not an afterthought when the gun was designed, so you'll be able to harness all the energy you need from bigger and heavier pellets.
The deep 11mm dovetail grooves ensure that your mount and scope remain intact through years of use.
Don't forget to pick up a variety of recommended pellets, which are listed under the AMMO link. Select appropriate accessories, including targets and a hunting scope, by clicking on the ACCESSORIES link.
|Max Velocity||765 fps|
|Cocking Effort||36 lbs.|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||2.1 lbs|
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Things I liked: I purchased my R1in 1987. I still shoot the rifle for pest control and just having fun plinking. It's very accurate. I've maintained it properly and it shoots .177 caliber pellets very fast and hard hitting on those pesty raccoons. I'm considering adding another Beeman to my collection but in the. 22 caliber. I highly recommend Beeman products and its fun to experiment with different makes of pellets from Beeman.
Things I would have changed: Tuning the rifle to reduce vibration and if it was possible to squeeze more f.p.s. out the muzzle.
What others should know: For shooting thousands of pellets from a thirty year old air rifle. You just can't beat investing in a Beeman. I've allowed friends to shoot it and even squirrel hunted with it and been laughed at and made fun of using an air rifle when other hunters are shooting their noisy rimfire rifles and shotguns and I come out of the woods carrying my legal daily limit of squirrels and rabbits. Air rifles are very powerful and a proven tool. My R1 helped my shooting skills increase. Those skills carried me through combat patrols as a scout sniper. I've trained my kids with this rifle and they usually argue whose turn it is to shoot when hunting small game.
Things I liked: this gun absolutely best looking gun I ever saw, and it shoots just as good as it looks. If you're serious about air guns then you should have this airgun in your collection. I bought this gun to shoot squirrel in my garden and now i'm disappointed that i ran out of squirrels to shoot. even my neighbors are out of squirrels. n&n ftt 5.53 pellets work really well in this gun. and one more thing trigger is absolutely amazing
Things I would have changed: bring power level to 20 foot pounds
What others should know: if your looking for high end airgun that shoots accurately and makes everyone lust over it when they see it and get to shoot it, then this is a gun you want
Things I liked: This rifle is extremely accurate. With a .177 caliber, and blue ribbon SS1 2.5x7 scope, I was able to shoot approximately 200 feet accurately. I was shooting quarter size steel targets. I had no idea this rifle was that accurate. Incredible.
Things I would have changed: The rifle is a bit heavy but what do you expect with a wooden stock. Not good for some kids... I hunted with a Diana RWS as an adolescent so these are still useable for older children.
What others should know: Yeah. Buy this firearm(AIRGUN) and you wont need another.
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What is the 20 caliber barrel outside diameter at the muzzel. I need to order a slip on Noise supprsor or silencer? Do you Prym.Air sell one what is the Part number to order?
The picture (changed in early 2016) looks like an HW80 stock that doesn't fully cover the cocking lever joint. Is the original full length R1-style stock no longer offered?
So all Beeman require scope? Is there any way to mount a front sight?
You can get a HW80 with sights
|Max Velocity||765 fps|
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