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Beeman's RAM air rifle includes many features normally found only in higher priced rifles: a hardwood stock, a raised cheekpiece, a two-stage adjustable trigger and an all-steel receiver. This gun is more than able to shoot groups that'll be the envy of your friends, with 0.36" center-to-center groups at 10 yards. This combo includes a muzzlebrake for extra cocking leverage and a Beeman 3-9x32mm scope (NOT mounted). Accuracy and magnum power at a bargain price!
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||31 lbs|
|Trigger Pull||3.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: Good balance. Overall feel and look. Well made for the price point.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: I spent a little more on the scope for the rifle than the rifle itself but the combination made it a really accurate rifle.
Things I liked: Very nice rifle, well worth it. Shoots very accurate with heavy pellets (norica, h&r)and honestly I've never had any luck with crossman pellets (any type)in anything besides the daisy 880 and the multi pump crossman. Shipped really fast, but the box had a giant hole in it. Looked like some one at ups just rammed there hand into the box to move it. Scope that came with it works very well, scope mounts-suck.
Things I would have changed: Sling mounts added, better scope mounts.
What others should know: Very nice rifle. Worth every dollor.
Things I liked: General construction, weight, fit and finish are good. The bundled scope isn't bad but the supplied mounts would not stay tight even with blue locktite. Retightened all after each bundle of 25 shots as this rifle has more spring recoil action than most mention. After a bit over 100 rounds of firing Beeman ultra magnum heavies (10.5g) the mounts became loose enough that the rear scope mount slid back and sheared off the pin that was supposed to keep it locked on the receiver.
Things I would have changed: Put a good strong 11mm to Pickatinny mount on the receiver first, skip the supplied scope mounts. You will need new mounts for the Picatinny rail but that is not an expensive proposition. The supplied scope is fine for the bundle cost.
What others should know: Had severe barrel droop from the start, well outside the vertical adjustment range of the Beeman-branded scope. I have a UTG 11mm dovetail to Picatinny compensator mount that I may have to use on this rifle, although I had planned to install it on my Browning Leverage but may have to use it here. The mount has only 4 screws to hold it to the dovetail so since I have no holes left for stop pins, I may end up trying JB Weld between the mount and receiver, hoping that will be a stable platform, since the sheared stop pin stuck in the receiver voids any chance at warranty repair.
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Is there a tune kit for this rifle?
It states the scope is not mounted?? is mounting hardware included? does the gun have a mounting rail? is it drilled and tapped for scope mounting? Obviously more info is needed on the scope issue.
If you look at the pictures it's got dove tail grooves to mount the scope rings to no drilling or tapping it's all set for mounting.
Yes, mounting rings are included.
what does it mean when it says that the scope is not mounted
It means the scope comes in the box, but it's not installed on the gun. You would need to do it yourself.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|