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Beeman R9 Air Rifle
German quality, hand-assembled and ready to accept any task you give it! At only 7.3 lbs., this breakbarrel marvel will delight you with spot-on accuracy. The R9 begs to be shot all day long, and you'll have a hard time refusing.
Repeatable accuracy is built into the gun at the factory, and you won't outgrow it. Its German heritage ensures that it'll perform flawlessly for hunting, pest elimination, paper targets, field targets or plinking. If you plan to shoot field target, .177 is the optimum caliber. If hunting small game and pest elimination are in your plans, .20 caliber is a better choice.
The hardwood Monte Carlo stock includes a slightly raised cheekpiece that is so unobtrusive that it's ambidextrous! The dependable breakbarrel mechanism is smooth and easy to cock. The famous Rekord trigger is the standard by which all other triggers are measured and can be adjusted to suit your needs. Easily add a scope on the 11mm dovetails; accepts a vertical scope stop pin.
Don't forget to pick up a variety of recommended pellets, which are listed in the AMMO link. Select appropriate accessories, including scopes and targets, by clicking on the ACCESSORIES link.
|Max Velocity||935 fps|
|Cocking Effort||40 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Globe w/Aperture Inserts|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
|Trigger Pull||2.1 lbs|
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Things I liked: Great quality at this price range. 1/4" groups at 20 yds. with H&N Barracuda Hunter Extreme pellets. Good trigger out of the box, great with some tweaking. Very quiet with subsonic pellets without any suppression (legal in NJ where I live with $#@#% gun laws) making it perfect for backyard safaris. I was looking for a small game air rifle at a married with kids affordability and I found it. It's an awesome value.
Things I would have changed: The safety cannot be re-engaged once it has been switched off.
Things I liked: The Beeman R9 is an excellent break barrel air rifle. I purchsed the .20 (5mm) caliber because it is my favorite caliber for air rifles. The 5 mm caliber has a flatter trajectory than the .22 and is more efficient than either the .177 or the .22. Its too bad the 5mm caliber is being pushed out of the market. I still have my old 1971 Sheridan Silver Streak 5mm pump-up air rifle and it still brings down the bushytails. I have shot about 600 pellets thru the R9 so far and I find it to be very accurate and a pleasure to shoot. I did make some changes, I replaced the rear barrel mount sight with a Williams receiver mount peep sight and it is much better for my 78 year old eyes. The one thing I do not like is the front globe sight. I am used to an open blade front sight and looking thru a hole to find my target is a distraction. I will probably change it to a blade if I can find a way to do it. I have a small 1 x 6 – 24 scope that I use occasionally but most of the time I like good iron sights. I am very pleased with my purchase and I shoot air rifles almost every day
Things I liked: Smooth cocking, accurate and light. I love how she shoulders and the ease of shooting her. This is my 4th R9 I own .177-(2) .20 .22 this one of my favorite guns to grab and go. So simple and easy to Shoot accurately.
Things I would have changed: Make a Carbine version
What others should know: Get one in each caliber.
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Looking for input on anyone having put Vortek 12# kit in the R9....what has been the experience? Anyone shooting field target w/ this gun...if so what's it like? What scope are your using? I have a Tx200 and a Beeman R7. Both very accurate. Wonder if the R9 w/ a 12# kit would be a good middle range b/n these 2 guns.
I'm wanting to do hunter class and try gunslinger. Scope with the most magnification that will work on the r9.
For hunter class, you can't use more than 16x, and a 4-16x scope would be a good choice. I would look at the Hawke line like the Airmax 30 4-16x
Would like to mount a good scope for field target. Which scope would fit the best?
What class are you shooting? Length of the optic will be an issue as you need to either mount it higher to clear the barrel when it breaks, or go with a shorter scope.
|Max Velocity||935 fps|
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