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|Max Velocity||935 fps|
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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|
|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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Excellent accuracy so far with the majority of pellets tested, however I have only been able to shoot at 45 ft as the weather has not been cooperating. The trigger is decent after being adjusted. Fit and finish of wood stock and metal are good. Easy to cock.Things I would have changed:
It would have been nice to know that the tab holding the trigger adjustment screw needed to be bent prior to being able to adjust the trigger. The stock does not allow for a good cheek weld for open sight use. I was planning on scoping it anyhow but was going to shoot it with open sights to break it in.What others should know:
If this is in stock and you are contemplating the purchase, do not wait, spend the money.
Owned a .177 cal for 2 weeks. I found it Light, compact, very easy to cock, well built, gorgeous stock with an awesome trigger. Of course I personally prefer a synthetic stock that I can bang around and just wipe it off to clean it.Things I would have changed:
After 2 weeks of owner ship I would get rid of open sights (who shoots this powerful gun without a scope), put a shroud on the front barrel, install a gas ram, put the safety on the back not on the side and offer it in synthetic. Now that is a rifle I would own. I eventually sent it back. I found the gun not nearly as accurate as they claim. I shot a lot of pellets, at 20 yards, of different kinds and the best were JSB 8.44, 10.34, Air Arms 8.4 & 10.3. It was accurate but no more so than my Diana 350 N-Tec Mag or my Sig ASP20. It was accurate when not falling apart. First thing I did when it arrived was loktite the front stock screws. Next I tried shooting it with open sights. Not possible because the Monte Carlo stock was to high for open sights. Mounted a scope on it and it shot great for 50 pellets then went crazy. Found the front trigger screw loose so put loktite that. It shot well for a bit then the front trigger screw came loose,. Put loktite on it then shot it.What others should know:
Until the rear trigger screw almost fell out. Put loktite on it and was shooting it when the front sight fell right of the gun. I tried to shoot it without it but no way. It sprayed pellets all over. The front sight is necessary. After a day waiting for the Loctite to dry went shooting again. I could not get the gun to group after 10-20 shots. After looking it over to see what else might be wrong or loose I finally gave up and returned it. After hearing so much hype and praise for this gun I was really disappointed. I may have gotten a lemon but aside from the aesthetic, I can not recommend this gun. I bought the R7 for my wife and it seems to be ok. Waiting for the scope and then we will see if it is as accurate as they claim. I am not a great artillery hold shooter so I devise other ways to shoot these springers. My Sig shoots amazing right off the bag. I do very well with my Diana 350 N-Tec with a modified bag rest.
Although I'm generally an underlever fan, I like everything about this rifle! It's slightly smaller and lighter than most of my rifles, so fits in well with them. The first thing I noticed was its very solid construction. The checkering is good and sharp. The stock is well shaped for me. There's plenty of room for my favorite scope, a UTG thats a bit over 15" long. Am glad I waited a couple of years after getting involved with this hobby...i believe that after getting some other high end air rifles, I can better appreciate it for what it is!Things I would have changed:
Mine came with iron sights rather than the muzzlebrake that came on earlier versions. I use scopes instead of irons, and don't hunt with airguns, and prefer the appearance of the brake. No big, I have ordered a muzzlebrake that emulates the OE unit, so I have that is covered!What others should know:
I ordered a refurbished rifle, and the stock is broken on the area of the action forks, but it had been repaired. I don't care, because I bought it to shoot, not to gawk at. That is more than made up for since it shoots VERY solidly and accurately. I was expecting it to be twangy, and it is absolutely not that way at all! The trigger is excellent so I suspect that someone has been inside of it and made improvements. So I can save the money that I thought i was gonna spend on a tune! I can't say enough about my experience of dealing with Pyramyd Air. Again! It shipped instantly and arrived in perfect shape! I confess...I'm a PA fan boy! Ya can't go wrong when you deal with Pyramyd Air!
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Can anyone confirm the country of origin for this unit?
Mine says made in Germany.
Is the Beeman R9 manufactured and assembled in the Germany? China? or the USA?I know Robert Beeman used to be CEO and own Beeman line but that was when I was younger like 25 years ago. I own the R1 and still shoots like no other!!! Does anyone know exactly where it is assembled and made? Thanks! - Greg in WVA
How come this has a 40lb cocking effort while the R1/HW80 only has a 34lb cocking effort
Mine out of the box was 31lbs measured 1" back from the muzzle. Note; I bought the Weihrauch HW95 which is what this gun is, but I suppose it is possible that the Beeman version uses a stronger spring. I've never heard that, just saying I suppose it's possible. So my guess is 40 is a mistake, which happens a lot when it comes to specs. This gun also has a rather short barrel and the HW80 has a rather long barrel, so it's possible the 80, with it's greater leverage, is only 34. The HW95 is an excellent gun to get and it's one of the very few I suggest people buy. Since you're in Ireland I'd also be looking for a used Feinwerkbau 124. I bet there are lots of them there collecting dust. Basically the same power, more accurate and substantially easier to cock. It's basically a legend and the gun by which all other break barrels are judged.
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