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Earn 150 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $179.99 Save $30.04 (16%)
as low as $14/month
Only 1 left in stock
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Cocking Effort||35-40 lbs|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
|Trigger Pull||3.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: Right out of the box I liked the quality of the stock and the way that it was packaged in the carry case. It was very easy to site in. Out of the box it was off by about 3 inches at 35 yards. Once sited in, the .177 was consistently hitting within the one inch center of the target at 35 yards. The .22 was not far off and needed very little adjustment to achieve the same results.
Things I would have changed: I would pay a little more for a better quality scope and better sites on the rifle. Sites are plastic and scope is functional but cheesy in construction.
What others should know: In siting in the rifle I used Polymag Predator 8 gr pellets. After siting the rifle in, I changed ammo to .177 H&N Sport Sniper Magnum pellets 15gr. These were very accurate and hit very hard. At 35 yards I was surprised that there was not a significant drop. I then tried H&N Rabbit Magnum pellets 16gr. Just as good as the Snipers. Last I changed barrels to .22, re-adjusted my scope and shot Exact Jumbo Diablo 16gr pellets through the rifle. I have to say that in reading other reviews where someone had reported scope issues and others where the machining was way off impacting the angle of the shot, I was worried. I did not experience any of these issues. I guess the gun that I received that was made in China was one of the good ones. I am very happy with this gun, the quality and the way that it shoots.
Things I liked: The look and feel of the rifle is nice. It is fairly easy to cock, but a ten yr old kid would need help. But that's not a bad thing. Its way too powerful for a child anyway. Changing the barrels is a easy swap, just need the provided Allen wrench. The stock of the gun is a nice stained piece of wood. The cheek wield is fair. Accuracy is moderate, has a nice pop hitting steel targets with .22 cal bullets. The safety is automatically set to safe every time you break the barrel down to full cock. The plastic sights have day glow neon looking dots, that are easy to see. The scope was easy to install. For the money i was satisfied. I wasn't expecting a match grade target rifle. I just wanted a hard hitting pellet rifle. It will pass through rabbit size game at 40 yrds no problem.
Things I would have changed: Throw away the scope, it's junk. The plastic sights are almost junk. The stock is thick and bulky in places that make it heavy and off balance. The barrel screw will come loose. I used lock Tite and solved that problem. It is loud, doesn't break the sound barrier, but has a noticeable report. The spring twang can be felt in your hands and recoil is low but noticed. I would definitely have pictured it having better scope/sight. The trigger creep and feel sucks. It's around 8lbs pull...that's a guess but I shoot alot and bet I'm within a pound.
What others should know: This rifle will group well out to 40yards or so.. Mine likes heavy pellets, premier shoot the best of any I have tried so far. Diesels untill around 400 shots and calms down and groups tighter. It it start out grouping well then starts having flyers. The barrel lock screw has came loose and your barrel Is moving around Everytime you re-cock it. Had the same problem. Thread lock will fix that. Good shooting
Things I liked: easy to cock and powerful. Although this air gun is made in china, it is a decent entry-level breakbarrel and is pretty accurate for a $150 rifle. Great for small to medium game hunting or just shooting cans. This rifle has great value for its price.
Things I would have changed: make the rear sight all metal, and put a better spring in it. Mine is starting to get spring twang, and I haven't had it for all that long. The bar joint has a bit of play to it also(at least mine does). Otherwise, I can't think of anything else to change.
What others should know: This rifle is pretty loud in .177 cal, especially if you are using low-weight hypervelocity pellets, like gamo raptors or PBA platinums, so if you are shooting in an urban area, heavier pellets are better to keep cops from knocking.
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Who makes these new non-Weihrauch Beeman rifles?
They are made in China
I have a beeman rs2 series Airgun, where do I get a mainspring for the same
Try there website at beeman.com or 1-800-227-2744.
Is this pellet gun shippable direct to me in Illinois?
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|